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While rescuing an American air crew captured by Mid-Eastern terrorists, Lieutenant Curran and his team of Navy SEALs discover evidence that the terrorists have come into possession of dangerous high-tech weapons. Written by
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'Chief Dave' one of several real-life SEALs who would later play themselves in the film 'Act of Valor' cites this film as his first introduction to the world of SEALs and inspired him to join them. See more »
During the flight from Cyrpus to Lebanon, just 250 km ESE of Cyprus, the sun keeps changing position. In many of the scenes the sun is on the horizon forward and slightly on the port side of the aircraft, meaning the sun is in the east (dawn). When the rear door opens the sun is astern, i.e, in the west (dusk). See more »
Lieutenant, you guys are incredible. Thank you.
There's no reason to thank us because we don't exist. You never saw us. This never happened.
One more thing: you're welcome.
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The film was better than I expected, I didn't think I'd enjoy it that much. I only bought it because I knew Michael Biehn was in it, but I really enjoyed the film. The highlight being when Biehn has had the morphine, he is a joy to watch in that car chase. Charlie Sheen's character was annoying and Bill Paxton was wasted. A good blast!
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