"Stop-Loss" is a War Movie for the Soldiers 

It's been a decade since filmmaker Kimberly Peirce debuted with Boys Don't Cry. That film, about a young woman in the rural Midwest posing as a man (Hilary Swank, who won an Oscar for her portrayal), would mark Peirce as an unlikely choice to helm (and co-write) a project like Stop-Loss, about a trio of macho soldiers from Texas who have come home from a tour in Iraq ...

Read the rest of Chris Herrington's review of Stop-Loss.

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