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There have been some very good Korean War flicks..."Target Zero" really isn't one of them. Instead, the film is pretty dull...as well as ridiculous.
The film begins with a small band of American soldiers finding a hot blonde (Peggy Castle) as they try to get back to their unit. This part of the film really annoyed me, as the well-coiffed lady NEVER would have been in this situation and it seemed beyond just a bit contrived. Soon, they come upon a British tank and its crew and a bit later they come upon an American Lieutenant and some more men. Together, this rag-tag group of men...and a woman...need to fight their way back to safety.
This film seemed pretty dull and offered little in the way of excitement. It also had some silly dialog and never seemed the least bit credible or interesting.
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