I can't tell you how many films I see everyday that are inauthentic with bad storytelling and acting. Besides the budget constraints, Point Man had as much authenticity that I've seen in a very long time and now reading the trivia it makes sense. Good work! Casper was phenomenal.
Point Man (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Point Man (2019) 1080p
Point Man is a movie starring Acorye' White, Matthew Ewald, and Jimmy Ace Lewis. Set in Vietnam in April 1968 - three months after the tide-turning Tet Offensive and one month after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. -...
IMDB: 4.82 Likes
- Genre: Action |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.37G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 87
- IMDB Rating: 4.8/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 56 / 252
The Synopsis for Point Man (2019) 1080p
Set in Vietnam in April 1968 - three months after the tide-turning Tet Offensive and one month after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. - Point Man is the story of a U.S. Army fire team fractured by racial tensions, moral crises, and the crushing pressures of combat in a war nobody wants to fight. Andre "Casper" Allen, a rough-edged ideologue, finds his radical politics put him at odds with the squad's machine gunner, Silas Meeks. When their search-and-destroy mission in the Mekong Delta goes terribly wrong, both men find themselves pitted against each other and their recalcitrant platoon commander, Lieutenant Sutter. Point men die like flies in the bush, and as loyalties dissolve every step forward comes with a price.
The Director and Players for Point Man (2019) 1080p
The Reviews for Point Man (2019) 1080p
Outstanding, sinplyReviewed byMoviecritic1962Vote: 9/10
It's an indie movie sure but the awards it's won (including for the acting) are well deserved. It's authentic and original. It captures the theme perfectly while mainting authenticity. All in all a beautiful story framed by an amazing cast and crew
This is the usual useless American film on Vietnam that totally misses the point about that war. It looks at insignificant details, and misses the bigger picture, i.e. that it was an unjust, illegal war of aggression, in which the victims were the Vietnamese civilians and soldiers.I am still waiting to see a film on Vietnam that contextualises this dirty war in the right and logical way and shows it for what it was: an imperialistic war of aggression, like many others after that (Afghanistan, Iraq, Lybia, Syria) which Hollywood keeps on depicting without any regard for the truth and for the countries that have been devastated by the brutal barbaric aggression of the U.S.A. and its client states.For this reason, not for cinematographic or techincal ones, I give this film 1 star and regard it as crap. Anyone with some intellectual honesty should avoid this piece of American imperialist propaganda- as well as most Hollywood productions on the subject.