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Airborne (1998)

R | | Action | 23 July 1998 (Canada)
Bill McNeil heads a black ops team called "Mach 1" called in to retrieve a cannister of deadly viral agent which was stolen from the government by an arms dealer. The team retrieve the ... See full summary »

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Romeo Cortez
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Mr. Samuels
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Don Allison ...
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Bill McNeil heads a black ops team called "Mach 1" called in to retrieve a cannister of deadly viral agent which was stolen from the government by an arms dealer. The team retrieve the weapon but the team is setup. Bill knows a traitor is behind things. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Airborne - Bete, dass sie nicht landen!  »

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A number of the characters are named after 'The Lisbon Lions' - Celtic Football Club's 1967 European Cup winning team: Captain Billy McNeill, midfielder Bobby Murdoch, defender Tommy Gemmell and goalkeeper Ronnie Simpson. See more »

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At the end of the movie McNeil is riding on top of limo. Close up shots show McNeil standing, but long shots are of stunt man who is kneeling, and rising. They jump back and forth several times in this scene. See more »

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Edited into Supreme Sanction (1999) See more »

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Laughable!
6 April 2004 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This film suffers horrendously from its direction "Julian Grant" , and its incompetent lead, Steve Guttenberg, who's putting a solid effort to win a Bruce Willis look-alike contest! The writing is reckless Hollywood action thriller; Sean Bean --whose one of my favorites-- David Fraser, and Kim Coates give a decent performance. The film is definitely below average. 3 out of 10! I wonder what Hollywood studios thought, actually giving the go ahead, to weak director such as Grant. And I'd say to Sean Bean "what were you thinking even considering participating in a film like this, after such great films like GoldenEye, Ronin, and Patriot Games!


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