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Like what Moe said, their relationship never worked out. it's pretty obvious Dean loves Cindy so much that he would do anything for her(example: marry her even he found out the daughter isn't his. He also begged her if he can do anything to make things better.) On the other hand, Cindy is selfish to me, notice whenever she doesn't like something, she says ...
You've also had several hours (and no stress) to devise an alternate plan. As I recall, there wasn't really much chance of escape. They had to hunker down and get the job done, and it wasn't just for themselves. There were other troops that could be at risk if they failed. At that point, you're thinking about taking out as many people as possible so your ...
If you have observed the movie closely you can see that, he has seen so much death that he is not afraid to die, but he is afraid to die not in his home which is his tank. He says near the end of the movie "if I die is better to die in my home" he refers to the tank. That's the motivation for not taking cover even though enemy troops are on their way.
I have not seen the movie, but if I could guess it would be because he either thought he could kill the sniper, though I doubt that, or so that the rest of his unit, if there were any left (again, have not seen the film), could escape to better cover as the sniper would be hiding so as to not take a .50 cal round to the face. As a commander, he may also have ...
The Question was "Any Questions?" (at 7:47) and the Answer was "No!" (at 1:28:07). You can see the whole movie here.
Remember what happened with Rita, that the aliens had fooled her at VERDAN, that people were thinking that they had won at verdan.... But the aliens were testing out human power I think that the same thing had happened with CRUISE too, maybe again the aliens aren't dead.
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