The Outpost

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Based on true events. A team of U.S. soldiers stationed at the deadliest outpost in Afghanistan are relentlessly attacked by an overwhelming force of Taliban insurgents. Their fight for survival is the ultimate display of American valor.


  • Orlando Bloom
  • Scott Eastwood
  • Caleb Landry Jones
  • Milo Gibson
  • Bobby Lockwood
  • Jacob Scipio
  • Jack Kesy
  • Celina Sinden
  • Taylor John Smith
  • Alexander Arnold

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  • Based on the Battle of Kamdesh where US Army Combat Outpost Keating came under attack from hundreds of Taliban Fighters. The result of the battle was a pyrrhic victory as most the the outpost was destroyed and 8 Americans were killed and 27 were wounded but Taliban forces retreated due to heavy casualties. Over 150 Taliban fighters were believed to have been killed during the battle. Staff Sergeant Clinton Romesha and Staff Sergeant Ty Carter both received the Medal of Honor in 2013 for courageous actions during the battle.
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Jul 2, 2020

The Outpost really is not a movie of wit or soaring inspirational speeches, but of no-holds-barred emotion. A story of young men in their 20s, with dreams and loved ones back home, who had the courage to risk it all for each other.

Metacritic review by Johnny Oleksinski
Johnny Oleksinski
New York Post
Jun 30, 2020

While lacking the technical virtuosity of Sam Mendes' 1917, for example, the movie nevertheless does full justice to its stirring true-life tale of the 2009 Battle of Kamdesh — despite an obviously low budget.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Jun 29, 2020

A riveting combat movie that aims to put viewers alongside American soldiers in the midst of one of the bloodiest battles in the long-running war, “The Outpost” takes the measure of what a few dozen men endured and finds heroism not in enemies killed but in compadres saved.

Metacritic review by Steve Pond
Steve Pond