The U.S. Navy selects from its ranks a small group of persons to send through unadulterated hell. If they are able to walk at the end of this period, they become "Navy Seals". Brian Del ... See full summary »

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Michelle Hughes
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Brian Del Piso
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Louellen Peterson
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Lucas Hughes
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Richie Guttierez
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Charles Bromwell
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Lance Surrey
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Stan Tsitas ...
Pantoli
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Dowd
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Worley
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Rose Guttierez
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Tammy
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The U.S. Navy selects from its ranks a small group of persons to send through unadulterated hell. If they are able to walk at the end of this period, they become "Navy Seals". Brian Del Piso (Gil Bellows) is a member of class number 195 and seems to have a death wish. He falls for the wife of his commanding officer, Lucas Hughes (Jay O. Sanders). Michelle Hughes (Nicollette Sheridan) was a Navy brat and is now Lucass gorgeous wife. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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Action | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for sexuality and strong language | See all certifications »
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26 November 1995 (USA)  »

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Almas de Aço  »

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In her shower seen, Nicolette Sheridan is surprised by her husband opening the shower door startling her. She jumps and you can see that she is wearing an orange bikini top. See more »

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Rahman: Destiny is not a matter of chance; it's a matter of choice. It's not a thing to be waited for, it's a thing to be pursued. You are the master of your fate; the captain of your soul.
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A Few Good Men. . .err, sorry, wrong service. . .
15 October 2000 | by (Arlington, VA) – See all my reviews

The paper-thin story of a cocky young naval officer who discovers himself and has an affair with the beautiful, betrayed wife of his commanding officer is just a smokescreen. The real interest in this movie is its surprisingly credible and detailed portrayal of Navy SEAL selection and training, which was far more authentic than the later and often silly "G.I. Jane".


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