When a terrorist surfaces, the Chairman of the Joint Chief urges the President for military response. However, the President prefers to try negotiating. So, the General takes the President ... See full summary »

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(story) (as Jeff Wynne), (story) (as Rick Gitelson) | 4 more credits »
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Vice President Elizabeth Lane
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General James Metzger
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Senator Barklay
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President Mark Hayden
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Secret Service Agent John Vendome
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Kevin Lane
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Scott Davies
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Admiral Edward Fellows
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Krell
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Williams
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Hobson
Ken Roberts ...
General Erickson
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Col. Gardener
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Ben Harrison
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When a terrorist surfaces, the Chairman of the Joint Chief urges the President for military response. However, the President prefers to try negotiating. So, the General takes the President prisoner and launches an offensive of his own. And the Vice President is the only one who can do something about it. And the Vice President's a woman. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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8 March 1998 (USA)  »

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Loyal Opposition: Terror in the White House  »

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Released theatrically in South Korea. See more »

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General James Metzger: [to Elizabeth] I see that marine training is finally being put to some good use
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One World, One Spirit
Written and sung by Rick Springfield
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Hilarious
27 November 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Very very funny movie. Obviously not meant to be, but if you watch it with this in mind you will have laugh after laugh throughout the movie. It excels in its awfulness but the thought that someone actually put the effort in to create this dire movie is as funny as the script, the direction and the acting. Indeed it must have taken considerable talent to produce such a uniform and consistently appalling movie. I urge anyone to watch it and to enjoy the superlative ludicrousness of an orange vice-president saving the day from a mad general with possibly the most incompetent soldiers ever seen on the small screen. I look forward to such similar dreadful fare next time I am searching for a movie on a Monday afternoon.


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