'Tears of the Sun' Creates Its Own Genre The latest action movie, Tears of the Sun, finds actor Bruce Willis portraying a veteran officer of a Navy SEAL unit in Africa who finds himself conflicted between following military orders and his own conscience. Los Angeles Times and Morning Edition film critic Kenneth Turan says the film is actually a humanitarian action flick.
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'Tears of the Sun' Creates Its Own Genre

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'Tears of the Sun' Creates Its Own Genre

'Tears of the Sun' Creates Its Own Genre

'Tears of the Sun' Creates Its Own Genre

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The latest action movie, Tears of the Sun, finds actor Bruce Willis portraying a veteran officer of a Navy SEAL unit in Africa who finds himself conflicted between following military orders and his own conscience. Los Angeles Times and Morning Edition film critic Kenneth Turan says the film is actually a humanitarian action flick.