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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Both Michael Biehn and Bill Paxton appear in this film together, 4 years earlier they also appeared together in Aliens (1986). See more »
When Hawkins jumps off the bridge, Curran backs up his Jeep to toss the shirt over the bridge. He gets up to the camera and the passenger side taillight lens is clearly broken off. In the next scene where the men leave the church, Hawkins gets dropped off and the guys leave in the Jeep, with the taillight intact. Since Hawkins gets dropped off soaking wet, and since Curran had to get ready for the wedding, there was no time to get the light fixed. The broken taillight reappears as Curran arrives at the restaurant. See more »
[Curran and Hawkins are arguing over Graham's death]
ALL RIGHT! I did it. I FUCKED UP! I fucked up and he is GONE! And there isn't a damn thing I can do about it! So what the hell do you want from me, HUH!
[Curran walks away without answering]
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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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