Meant as a companion piece to the great 2010 documentary Restrepo, Sebastian Junger’s follow-up seems like well-worn territory. While Restrepo felt fresh and honest, Korengal feels stiff and misguided. The subject matter is compelling, but less impactful than the documentary that preceded it. A gorgeous film to watch (thanks to the late Tim Hetherington), it sheds some new light on the same subjects of Restrepo but ultimately it is kind of a useless movie.