Without tanks or air support, a corporal and his team must muster all the courage and firepower they can to fight their way across war-torn Afghanistan and shepherd an important anti-Taliban woman to safety.
A Navy navigator is shot down over enemy territory and is ruthlessly pursued by a secret police enforcer and the opposing troops. Meanwhile his commanding officer goes against orders in an attempt to rescue him.
An ex-marine returns to Vietnam when he learns his former mercenary partner whom he thought was killed is being held by a sadistic general. Contains extreme violence, including torture, and... See full summary »
Thomas Ian Griffith,
While on an unsanctioned, covert mission in Africa, a small team of S.E.A.L.s uncovers intelligence pointing to the imminent sale of a massive quantity of weapons grade uranium. Now, with no mission prep and zero support, they have less than thirty six hours to fight their way past a ruthless warlord's army guarding this secret mining operation, hidden deep in the treacherous Congo, in order to secure the yellow-cake and expose the unknown buyer. One of America's greatest threats is about to obtain the final piece in becoming a true nuclear power and only Seal Team Eight can stop them.Written by
During the raid at around 21 mins one of the men asks for a mirror, and then says "I saw this in a movie once" and proceeds to stick the mirror around the corner the of door to spot the enemy. This is referencing the movie Saving Private Ryan which 'Tom Sizemore' was in and participated in the mirror scene in that movie. See more »
When Zoes gun shot wound is being taken care of, he starts to put the last clip under her arm, and in the next shot he is putting the clip on the side of her arm. See more »
This movie was sort of special. The only way to review this movie is by list points.
Here's what's wrong with it: Hand signals/commands are often wrong and extremely overused. Too many GoPro camera shots. Cliché'd soldier lines. Cliché'd scenarios. Extensive use of weapons with total disregard of gun mechanism reality. Blow stuff up first and then ask questions. Highly unprofessional & childish tactics. HQ felt like a LAN-Party and not as official intelligence center. No characters are even remotely likable. Cheesy drama (Soldier dies). LOL Entire movie feels like White Boys vs Nigros. That's how political incorrect that movie is.
The good thing: Blow stuff up. A lot of it. And millions of rounds of bullets. Like rain. Or a hailstorm.
It's nothing compared to any other military movie, because this one, is cheap in every regard. If you like Call of Duty rip-offs and those sorta indie FPS video games, you will watch this, for sure, yet you will shake your head at how ridicules this movie was. Nevertheless, if you like bullet rain and bombs blowing up, give it a try.
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