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I seriously doubt that anyone can make sense out of this muddled mess of a movie. There is only one redeeming quality of Delta Force Commando II, and that is Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica). He is a very good actor, even in bad movies like this. The plot involves something to do with retrieving nuclear missiles , and hunting down a terrorist in the middle eastern desert. The plot is difficult to determine, even after reading the back of the video box. Evidently this is an Italian production, or something like that. Other than Richard Hatch and Fred Williamson, I couldn't place any of the other actors. The editing and pacing of this film is so confusing, it is hard to keep track of it all. Forget keeping track, it's hard enough to keep interested long enough to care. This is a low-budget foreign film that will probably never,ever be released on DVD, thank God. I haven't seen any of the other Delta Force Commando movies, but perhaps they're better than this one. One can only hope, at any rate. This was very unenjoyable from start to finish, and leaves you feeling wasteful of the 100 minutes you invested in this movie.
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