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John Patrick White,
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Air Force courier Nick Corrigan is sent to deliver a message to a nuclear missile base in a remote corner of the midwest. Unbeknownst to him, however, a gang of terrorists have taken over the base in the hopes of launching the missles at all of the nation's largest cities. In a panic, they lock Nick in the base, thinking to keep him from interfering with their plans. Little do they know, however, that Sgt. Corrigan is a former Special Forces soldier who is more than capable of shutting them down single-handedly. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Predictable yarn about bad guys seizing control of a dreadful weapon and threatening to use it. Fun to watch if you can ignore the acting.
I never watched Don the Dragon Wilson's fights so I will take it on good faith that he was/is real good at it. Did he think he would be the next Bruce Lee? Hey, good attempt, but no cigar.
I remember Steve Garvey when he was in the National League as an L.A. Dodger and San Diego Padre. He was real good as a baseball player too! He had political plans after retiring from the NL; did they fall through that he had to resort to this low budget yarn?
Robin Curtis was great as the new Lt. Saavik in Star Trek III and IV, plus numerous guest appearances on popular T.V. shows. Was her career really winding down at this point?
Obviously this was light years from even being close to Academy Award Material. It was fun to watch, but it's just sad to see some players who were good in their previous acting gigs, fighting, or sports careers to star in such a film.
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