When the guards attempt to confiscate Aldrich's cigarettes in the execution chamber the guard to Aldrich's right is wearing a balaclava which covers his mouth. When the camera cuts back the guard to Aldrich's right is wearing a ski mask that covers his whole face except for his eyes and mouth. There's no indication that Aldrich turned to face the other guard around since the entry door is still behind his left shoulder. See more »
Not bad for a TV movie. The only thing that prevents this movie from being pretty good is the acting, which is pretty bad, and the fact that the dialogue could have been written by a nine year old. The late Trevor Goddard as usual was good in the role of the badass of the group, but if you notice, it looked as if someone had a little bit of fun with this casting. I mean, let's look at what he have here. To play the marines let's get a former child star, a former rock star, a stunt girl, the long lost Arquette, two Mortal Kombat actors, and well, Parker Stevenson. I especially liked the fact that everyone singled out the black guy as the killer...uh oh.....
Besides that, the plot had an interesting idea and is pretty good for a late night flick if you can't sleep.
5/10 for decent made for TV action.
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