Audio Film Review: What is Afghanistan Good For in ‘Kandahar’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of audio film review for the new feature “Kandahar,” with Gerard Butler teaming up for a third time with action/thriller director Ric Roman Waugh. In theaters on May 26th. Oscarman rating: 3.5/5.0
Rating: 3.5/5.0

Tom Harris (Gerard Butler), is undercover for the Agency, stuck deep within hostile territory during the America’s war in Afghanistan. When an intelligence leak exposes his identity and mission, he must fight his way out. At his side is his translator (Navid Negahban), and together they must reach an extraction point in the Afghan city of Kandahar, all while avoiding the elite special forces unit tasked with hunting them down.

CLICK HERE for an interview with director Ric Roman Waugh of “Kandahar” by Patrick McDonald of

”Kandahar” is in theaters on May 26th. Featuring Gerard Butler, Navid Negahban, Ali Fazal, Bahador Foladi and Rebecca Calder. Written by Mitchell LaFortune. Directed by Ric Roman Waugh. Rated “R”

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