That's how I feel with Top Gun cause I'm and Air Force Vet, F-16 maintainer
I totally get where he's coming from. Nothing drives me crazier than seeing a character in a movie light a cigarette, take like two drags, then toss the whole thing on the street. Like MOTHER FUCKER! YOU JUST THREW MONEY ON THE FUCKING GROUND!
I can't wait for the next CoD to have a 48 hours mission about making PowerPoint
Surprise, movies are not true to life.
The military runs on MS Office... I am scared now! 0o
Biggest thing that bothers me about military movies is the goddamn shitty berets. You'd think they'd spend some time forming them before wearing them, especially since production times are so long.
so im in the air force right, obviously not a navy SEAL but listen to what he says because its all true. especially the approval part. im redoing a program right now and I need to submit new appointment letters and it really got kicked back Friday because it has the wrong letterhead..... the military is the hardest easy job youll ever have
Who knew! I guess we're all power point rangers no matter what job or branch!
' DUNKIRK' ..... best war film yet made. And yes. The beginning of 'saving private ryan' is incredible. But spielberg did sit down with the veterans and listen. A great move that certainly came across in those harrowing opening scenes.
Full metal jacket.
So what happened to Savin private Ryan
I'm a gun guy and a military history buff, but I'm not an asshole, so when I see inaccuracies in a movie, I don't ruin it for everyone else. I'm also a gear head, etc., but I still do not ruin the related movies for other people. Andy just seems like a childish asshole.
I'd hate to be so anal that an inaccuracy in a fucking MOVIE would cause me that much distress
I remember having to justify in my mind that that dude with the open bolt in Sicario had an
i wonder how many beach landings under enemies who had 5 years to dig in?
Id like to know this guys opinion of Act of Valor. That was supposed to be the only movie ever filmed by a big time Hollywood production company that had ACTUAL ACTIVE OPERATORS as the stars.
I'm surprised. Shocked. He was in real action and he can talk about this so casually. I've met a lot of soldiers. They can't talk about it.
I mean- open bolt firing system🤷🏼♂️
“Platoon” - The M60 is visibly loaded with bottleneck blanks.
On the flipside, if you wanna watch overdone technical nerdery in regards to combat tactics, watch the stairwell clearing scene in a Hong Kong movie called PTU. Its like, ok, we get, these 5 assholes can clear a stairwell. You don't need to show this whole process to us in real time. That movie didn't have enough glam haha
I really wish you guys would have asked about the movie 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
Platoon is good
WP grenades work LOL
Nice hat one of the top Companies in the US. BRCC represented!
happens with people playing music as well. takes me immediately out of the scene.
but i think Act of Valor is nearly to realism :-)
Should have talked about generation kill hbo mini series
Green zone with Matt Damon is pretty good he Lily has his rifle the entire movie just like one or two scenes when he doesn't
Act of Valor
This is a guy who talks way too much.
Back when i was in the army i worked in a joint unit with navy guys and airforce guys and ill never forget when we had an issue with one of our aircraft refueling and i had to make a powerpoint to explain to this 2lt how air refueling works for their own asset.
If this guy is the real deal, how is it that he didn't mention the spoon thing. Show the spoon thing man.
How to kill someone with a spoon.....;)
therealshizlow what do you mean? :D
I feel for this man. I work in the Cyber Security field and every time I see a scene in a movie that involves "hacking", I want to throw my tv out the window. Because 99% of the time it's wildly inaccurate.
This is why I go to the movies by myself.
His breakdown of how they plan is fascinating.
Drives me crazy to see non-musicians in movies, especially guitarists, in performance scenes.
Yeah it's usually pretty awful... Bradley Cooper did I decent job, but he also practiced guitar for like a year... But you can still tell he isn't playing most scenes
Well, when I see the movies that involve gambling, thats exactly how I feel, and I remember thinking at a time "the real spies and agents must have fun watching James Bond" now I know I was right...
Men of honor was pretty accurate
In the Army now
Seems like movies that are based on Navy SEALs always make the training aspect of it seem like it's easy and everyone can do it, which is a lie. There is a reason why less then 10k men have actually made it thru the 6 month training program. The fail rate is well over 80% in each class. You get 300 men trying out, maybe 25-30 of them make it to the end.
nobody: joe rogan: really?
Nearly 2K people are like, "This muhfuckr is wrong!! I'm hard as fvck to kill in Ghost Recon!" 😆
What about the TV show Seal Team? Not every episode, but sertent things in it. Is anything accurate in the show?
Lol this guy needs to chill. It's not as if the rest of the population is sitting there thinking these movies are uber realistic. I play a little guitar but I'm not gonna walk out of the theatre if Joaquin Phoenix places his fingers wrong in walk the line.
leetledrummerboy He’s being hyperbolic man, I don’t think he actually walks out of the theater lol
i understand what he means though. Every time i watch a movie about bootcamp or anything military related i cant help but cringe, its all cheesy and over acted. Once youve been through it its hard to watch other people pretending to be there.
What about Stripes?
Rob Oneill...who was on the BinLaden raid said he thought the gun battle in Lone Survivor was a good representation of fighting in Afghanistan....(Oneill won a Silver Star for a battle he was in in Afghanistan.....Real Seals trained the actors to shoot....so maybe Andy is a little bit too critical....Saving Private Ryan...Band of Brothers...what about Act of Valour.....plenty of movies are pretty accurate
Hey what about act of valor
Hacksaw Ridge was dope
one of my team is former military and always wear black rifle coffee company clothing. i really should look it up
Joe “I’m too ADD for that” Rogan
i always laugh when 4 stroke motorbikes get dubbed over with a 2 stroke engine. or when people never say goodbye before hanging up the phone. people asking for 'a beer' when in reality the bartender would be like 'yeah, what kind?'
That bothers me too, when a gun has too many bullets and they never have to reload unless it's to create suspense
*You should have asked him about Dunkirk. It was so boring that it might have actually been a good portrayal of real life. It worked for some people, but not for everyone. Very unique movie though.*
5:20 same with blunts
All of those Mark Boal movies (Hurt Locker, ZDT, Triple Frontier) are a load of crap, on an extremely BASIC level. For somebody so interested in making military movies, Boal could at least hire a military advisor that knows what a MOS or UCMJ is
The end statement is 100% correct my unit and myself have spent the last 10 months working on 2 course of actions for a fake section of a battle on N. Korea. It’s crazy what gets kicked back and why
A Viet vet told me Hamburger Hill and Platoon were the most realistic war movies he`d seen.
wow gun tactical gun expert
The shit that gets on my nerve is when a REAL NAVY SEAL calls CIA officers"agents." Yawn.
Joe Rogan at 3:20????????
Black hawk down was my favorite kid movie . Still in my top 10 ..
Colby ain’t so bad when he drops the gimmick...
That guy doesn’t really smoke😂😂😂
All movies are dramatized, some countries actually put a statement up in cinemas when they show a movie that's based on a real life story. And they say that even though it's a true story it has been dramatised.
The shootout in Heat is good.
Wish he would have talked on 13 hours. Im curious (ik its private contracting not seals but still)
I wanna know how he feels about Apocalypse Now
generation kill is a show but it definitely is very accurate in my opinion if any vets wanna tell me how accurate generation kill actually is I would appreciate
They're freakin' movies.. no shit.
Can't stand seeing an actor cycle the action of a gun and eject a round.
art is not reality guys
brah they dont catch starbucks cups in time pieces.
wait so gi jane isn’t realistic. i mean marine/seal all hard core
I freaking love how the first question he took the deepest breath ever!! Like godamnit you asked the question
Most of the Michael Mann movies have pretty accurate gunplay. Heat, Collateral, even though Miami Vice sucked, the way they moved and handled the weapons wasn't terribly unrealistic.
I need an animation of soldiers just doing office work all day 11:00
Nice brcc hat. I have one of their mugs
too bad the coffee tastes like shit but it's a military bro brand so everyone loves it :p
Andy should watch jarhead.
Joe “Really?” Rogan
My favorite one is the Red Dawn reboot. There's a sniper who has the scope cover down over the lens
If I'm correct it was a lens shroud not a cap a shroud conceals glair an doesn't give ur position away
WHAT ABOUT ANAL SEX AMONG YOU, STAGED AS WELL?
Keanu reloads *frequently* in John Wick. But Sicario is fucking amazing, too.
Is like baseball movies for me seeing the swing and fielding the ball wow
Coach Frank Perez that shit drives me nuts. Movie star has weak bullshit swing but hits it a mile
why watch movies at all though without knowing before hand that its a movie? lol i mean they do absolutely everything in movies for pure entertainment. what fun is a grenade when its just a poof of dust? thats not going to get views and good ratings lol its all about the action and adventure that you don't get in real life. thats what movies are for, its about the journey and you just don't get that when you make a movie based on realism. Andy Stumpf seems like an intolerant asshole and i can't imagine it would ever be any fun to hang around such a negative nancy lol
Great Interview. He's spot on & he was a seal. I was Army infantry. I could've added, inspections on gear. Cleaning 11B(buffer) Bullshit formations 3x's a day minimum. Then dumb missions given by suits at the top. Best one I ever did. Painting over graffiti in the middle of sector right outside Sadr city
then when you're in garrison you get to pick up trash and pull gate guard duty. looooool
It makes sense how that stresses him out. That one stupid mistake could be life or death in his world.
Suspension of disbelief guys do we bitch about football and boxing in movies?
kajaki is up there with the best war movies
11:33 ... basically when they get there they kill because we know how to kill very well. What a professional way to say that.
Saving Private Ryan, band of Brothers, Pacific and probably Black hawk down got to be the most accurate I would think.
What about SEAL Team? Not a movie, but addresses quite a few things in this video.
Generation Kill seems accurate to all the logistic bullshit he was talking about