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Rapid Assault (1997)

A terrorist creates a biological weapon in an abandoned undersea lab. A government operative is dispatched to confiscate the weapon and eliminate the terrorist. This lone Navy SEAL must ... See full summary »

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James Decker
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David Phillips
Lisa Mazzetti ...
Angela Strichman
Arthur Roberts ...
Capt. O'Reilly
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Lars Rynark
Harrison Ray ...
Marko
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C.O. John Carter
Ricky Worth ...
Talia
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Dr. Strichman
John Maynard ...
Admiral Harriman
Steve Barkett ...
Capt. Xavier
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Pennington
Janie Singer ...
Julie
Dave Wright ...
David
Kim Read ...
Secretary
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A terrorist creates a biological weapon in an abandoned undersea lab. A government operative is dispatched to confiscate the weapon and eliminate the terrorist. This lone Navy SEAL must undertake a dangerous underwater mission to stop a madman from unleashing a deadly toxin that could destroy the world. Written by IvanWong

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Where Civilisation Ends...Survival Begins

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Action | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and some brief language | See all certifications »
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4 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Missão Submarina  »

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Not that bad
11 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

People who watch B action movies and expect a great deal of attention to technical detail should have figured out by now they Shouldn't! I agree with the reviewer who mentioned that it wasn't a bad way to while away and hour and a half and not to expect the Rock (which I hated), Under Siege (Which I liked) and the Bond movies (which I haven't liked since I was 12 although I am glad Brosnan got his shot). I find the the "cheesy" low-budget jobs like this one to be much more fun to watch and I generally root for the heroes like Abell's character a lot more and a lot faster because they are usually more attractive in a variety of ways than the pretty boy Afflecks and gloomy Damons -- because these movies are for entertainment not an education into the mysteries of submarines and planes.


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