CultBag

avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
avatar
Osprey Packs Backpack
$103
Remove
Subtotal
$103
avatar

  • CAT'S PICK
  • June 1, 2023
  • 347 0
6.8
CAT INDEX

Kandahar

CAT'S PICKS FILM
Cult Critic Kandahar

Director: Ric Roman Waugh

Writer: Mitchell LaFortune

Starring: Gerard Butler | Navid Negahban | Ali Fazal

Genre: Action | Thriller

Interest 0


Tom Harris is your go-to person if you want to solve a global issue while keeping things under wraps. He's the sort of CIA dark operations specialist who inspects, plans and consistently finishes a given mission with accuracy.


Naturally, that skilled delivery comes with its own set of issues. It indicates that he is in high demand. His marriage was pretty much destroyed by his constant travel to unknown locations. Additionally, it is having a negative impact on Tom's relationship with his young daughter. His ex-wife has already advised Tom that he should not miss the event because she is about to graduate from high school.


Tom wraps up the mission and makes his way to the airport after running out of time and ruining the Iranian nuclear program. However, Tom's subsequent flight is postponed while on a layover in Dubai. Goodness, and he gets a call from an employable companion, Roman, who could possibly have had something to do with that scratch-off.


Tom and Mo, his local interpreter, form a friendship during the brief, intense, and frantic time they spend together. Mo, his companions and his relatives have all endured on account of American activities, however he actually gives his trust to Tom. For one another, the two men risked their lives.


When looking for a good war movie, you typically look for intense action, a worthy cause, and heroes to root for. Furthermore, that is, indeed, somewhat, somewhat, nearly what you get with Kandahar.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *