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Despite this noble intention to create palpable tension — and dialogue — between two strangers, Dwain Worrell’s script repeatedly falls short.
An effective, albeit somewhat artificial, exercise in suspense, The Wall derives much of its propulsion from Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s grunting, grimacing performance as a wounded US soldier squaring off with an unseen Iraqi sniper.
While one can admire the commitment, technique, concentration and stamina required to keep the pressure cooker at maximum temperature, it still feels like an exercise, one so dramatically monotonous and tonally high-pitched that you want to escape almost as much as the characters do.
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- Nicholas Irving, former US RANGER Sniper and author of The Reaper is a technical advisor on this project. Irving was nicknamed "the reaper" during his tours of duty in Afghanistan
- When Isaac is hiding against the wall, you can see tally marks on the wall behind. A few moments later, he makes those tally marks.
- [first lines]
- Matthews: Jesus. There's nobody fuckin' out there, man.
- Isaac: Less he's a pro.
- Matthews: A Haji?
- Isaac: I'm just saying, maybe.
- [sighting through his scope from a bush]
- Matthews: Nothin'. Hit n' run. Whoever it was they're gone. War's over, he got the memo.
- Matthews: Ize?
- [bird squawking]
- Matthews: Allen? Ize!
- [on his radio]
- Isaac: What?
- Matthews: We got no movement, not a sign of a shadow... How long we been here, man? 18, plus?
- Isaac: 20.