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Kayley Sage over 2 years ago
I enjoyed this so much more than I thought I would. It's not just fun, it's str8 up funny
Kam-Hung Soh over 4 years ago
Pleasant diversion but can't see the point.
Ryan Boucher almost 6 years ago
Mario Schievenini over 6 years ago
Didn't get all of the idea. Average.
Derek Cutlip over 6 years ago
Held out for a long time but I think the trailer undersold it. Good movie. Good story.
Nate McBean 7 years ago
Talk about a strange movie. US Army + Psychic Powers + Goats.. (DVD 6/15/2010)
Lina Madita 7 years ago
A bunch of crazy, mustache wearing guys. Loved it. :D
Liam Crossey 7 years ago
Cerebral in a sense as well as witty and crude. The Force is with McGregor's performance.
Kraig Brachman over 7 years ago
Not perfect but a fun movie with plot and characters you can relate too.
Stephan Anescot over 7 years ago
the writer is great, the book is good, the movie is a disappointment. read the book.
Todor Mollov over 7 years ago
This film is like a gun in your face. But the trigger is never pulled.
Luis Uribe over 7 years ago
One song: More than a feeling!
Anthony Kozlowski almost 8 years ago
Has a lot of cool, yet wasted ideas.
Bandi Dexter almost 8 years ago
Jake Barlow 8 years ago
Stephen Peck 8 years ago
What the.....?
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Ana C.M. over 2 years ago
The Men Who Stare at Goats is a 2009 comedy war film directed by Grant Heslov and written by Peter Straughan and released in theaters on November 6, 2009. It is based on the book of the same title by author Jon Ronson, an account of the investigation by Ronson and John Sergeant into attempts by US military forces to use psychic powers. The film follows Ann Arbor Daily Telegram reporter Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor), whose wife leaves him for the newspaper's editor. Seeking an escape, Bob flies to Kuwait to report on the Iraq War and to prove to his wife and himself that he is a man. However, he stumbles onto the story of a lifetime when he meets a retired Special Forces operator, Lyn Cassady (George Clooney), who reveals that he was part of an American army unit training psychic spies (or "Jedi Warriors") to develop a range of parapsychological skills including invisibility, remote viewing, and phasing. The back story is told mainly through flashbacks. In 1972, U.S. Army officer Bill...
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