Jarhead 3: The Siege

Synopsis: Corporal Evan Albright (Charlie Weber) joined the elite Marine Corps Security Guards to save the world and see some action-not necessarily in that order. But his first assignment, protecting a U. S. Embassy in a seemingly safe Middle Eastern capitol, relegates his unit to wrangling "gate groupies" protesting outside the compound and honing their marksmanship by playing video games. So Albright and his team are caught off guard when well-armed and well-trained militants launch a surprise attack aimed at killing an informant in the embassy. Heavily out-gunned, they will have to muster all the courage and firepower they can as their once routine assignment spirals into all-out war.
Genre: Action, Drama, War
Director(s): William Kaufman
Production: Universal 1440 Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.3
R
Year:
2016
95 min
301 Views


EVAN:
"See the world,"

they say. I left

one sh*t hole for another.

I was gonna be number one,

kick some ass,

show 'em how it's done.

Then dust off with

bigger fish to fry.

It's funny how

when you think

you know it all,

that's when you know

you don't know sh*t.

(WOMAN SPEAKING

ARABIC OVER PA)

Corporal Albright?

How'd you guess?

Corporal Hansen.

Welcome to the

Kingdom, brother.

You good to go?

100%

Follow me.

No Humvees?

Nah, man, this ain't fleet,

we roll low profile here.

Makes the locals

a lot less jumpy.

Makes sense.

So where are you

from, Albright?

Indiana, originally.

You?

Everywhere.

Old man was a lifer,

spent 12 of his

20 as an MSG.

No sh*t?

So growing up in the corps

wasn't enough for you?

What can I say, man.

I'm a devil pup,

it's in the blood.

(BLEATING)

(LAUGHING)

HANSEN:
Here we are.

Home sweet home.

(CROWD CLAMORING)

What the hell?

I thought this

place had cooled off.

HANSEN:
You should've

seen it a year ago.

Ah, don't worry, it's

the same faces every day.

They're all bark

and no bite.

Sh*t does hit the fan,

these dudes are

the twirling in the blades.

The local Royal Guard.

They man the perimeter,

anything outside of that,

that's their rodeo.

(MOHAMMED GROANING)

Yo, dawg,

what's crackalacking,

homes?

Mohammed, my man.

This is Albright.

He's joining the squad.

Welcome to

the crib, chief.

Anything you need,

you let this guy know,

I hook it up, okay?

I got more

connections

than the Internet.

Appreciate it.

Get the f***

outta here.

(CHUCKLING)

Peace out.

HANSEN:
Here we are.

Home sweet home.

EVAN:
If you say so.

You ever have

any trouble here

aside from them?

Not since

the Ambassador helped

the rebels turn

this place around, no.

They don't call

him the "peacemaker"

for nothing.

He managed to convince

everybody in

the sandbox to play nice

and so far

it's been working.

You never Know,

y'all could be in

for a smooth tour.

What about

that mall bombing

that's all over the news

a few weeks ago or whatever?

That was like 200

miles north of here.

It might as well be 1,000

if you ride around on a goat.

Get his big ass.

Get his big ass.

Get it. (WHOOPING)

Damn!

That's how we roll.

We do have this kind

of trouble, though.

Evan Albright.

The new guy.

Good to meet you.

That's Ski

over there.

What's up?

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

How y'all doing?

Evan here.

Your new bunkmate.

Oh, sh*t. Hey.

How you doing, man?

Ray Lopez, Los Angeles.

Good to meet you.

Yeah, good to meet you.

Quantico must

really be scraping

the bottom of

the barrel these days.

Look, you gotta

excuse brother

Stamper here, okay?

He goes straight

for the throat.

Come on, man.

Let me show you

your new digs.

Ignore these fools.

Hey, tell your

sister I said hello.

(SUNSHINE CHUCKLING)

Hey.

Hansen,

you're up, man.

Au right.

Well, it ain't much, man,

but mi casa es su casa.

I've had worse.

(CELLPHONE RINGING)

(BEEPS)

Hello?

Hey, baby.

Yeah, yeah, I Know,

but, baby, I told you,

you gotta handle

your moms, all right?

Yeah, yeah,

I Know, but

I'm working.

I hear my CO

coming, I think.

Lopez, let's go!

Get in formation!

Yeah, you see?

I'm sorry,

baby. I gotta...

Yeah. I gotta go.

I gotta go.

All right, baby,

ya est. Si,

te amo. Bye.

(CHUCKLING)

Okay. You, bro, you,

you get Lakers

tickets, man.

Come on, man,

you gotta get changed.

We gotta go check you in.

Yeah, so,

Gunny beats to a bit

of a different drum,

but, you know,

if all hell

breaks loose,

he's the guy you

want riding shotgun

to go and fight the devil,

if you know what I mean?

You name the Suck,

he was there.

Falljah one and two,

Helmand with MARSOC for,

like, two tours.

Yeah, I mean, like I said,

he's one bad motherf***er.

Yeah.

Yeah, our new guy

coming through.

Albright. How was

the ride in?

It was good to go,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Well, I'm sure

Hansen's just

happy not to be

the new guy

himself any more.

I'll leave you

two at it.

I read your file.

You're a good Marine.

Strong marks.

A real

hard charger.

I'm just another

Marine looking

to serve his corps

and his country,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Don't give me

that sh*t.

You're good and you

Know it, otherwise

you wouldn't even be here.

You're still

thinking of going

Force or MARSOC?

Maybe. After this.

Yeah, I get it. You wanna

be the real deal,

high-speed operator.

Rock star commando.

Test yourself,

see what you're

made of, right?

I'm just looking to

serve this country,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Well, in the meantime,

I need to know

that your head is

where it needs to be,

in the here

and in the now.

Roger that,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Look,you

gotta remember,

it is a privilege to

get to come and workin

places like this, Albright.

So, do yourself a favor,

experience the culture

and find out what

it's all really about

instead of what some

corporate-funded

media is selling

to keep you in

a constant

state of alert.

It is important

to maintain

good relationships.

We're not just the face

of the Marine Corps here,

we are the face of

the entire US of A.

Understood,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Good. Dismissed.

Dismissed, aye-aye,

Gunnery Sergeant.

Good afternoon,

Gunnery Sergeant.

So you wanna tell

me why I'm in blues

and you're not?

You'll see.

Well, welcome

to Post One.

The only secure

way in and out

of the chancery.

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