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A Navy navigator is shot down over enemy territory and is ruthlessly pursued by a secret police enforcer and the opposing troops. Meanwhile his commanding officer goes against orders in an attempt to rescue him. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Owen Wilson ... Lt. Chris Burnett

Gene Hackman ... Admiral Leslie McMahon Reigart

Gabriel Macht ... Stackhouse

Charles Malik Whitfield ... Capt. Rodway, USMC

David Keith ... Master Chief Tom O'Malley

Olek Krupa ... Miroslav Lokar

Joaquim de Almeida ... Admiral Piquet (as Joaquim De Almeida)

Vladimir Mashkov ... Sasha
Marko Igonda ... Bazda

Eyal Podell ... Petty Officer Kennedy

Geoff Pierson ... Admiral Donnelly
Aernout Van Lynden ... Aernout Van Lynden

Sam Jaeger ... Red Crown Operator #1

Shane Johnson ... Red Crown Operator #2 (as Shane Mikael Johnson)
Don Winston ... Red Crown Operator #3
Elizabeth Perry ... Red Crown Operator #4
Igor Hajdarhodzic ... Serb Spotter
Tarik Filipovic ... Serb Soldier
Peter Palka ... Serb Soldier at Lokar's Mansion
Todd Boyce ... Junior Officer
Kamil Kollarik ... Babic
Salaetin Bilal ... Ejup (as Salaudin Bilal)

Laurence Mason ... Brandon

Leon Russom ... Ed Burnett
Goran Grgic ... Technician
Ivan Urbánek ... Father in Minefield
Ismet Bagtasevic ... Muslim Passenger
Dragan Marinkovic ... Damir
Kamil Mikulcík ... Tiger #1
Vedrana Seksan ... Serb Anchor
Vladimir Oktavec ... Petrovic

Dorothy Lucey ... Dorothy Lucey
Greg Goossen ... CIA Spook (as Gregory B. Goossen)
Filip Nola ... Serb Soldier at Mass Grave

Bumper Robinson ... SCIF Technician
Ann Sorum ... Mom Burnett
George Davis ... Sky News Cameraman
Tom Mooney ... Carrier Commanding Officer
Mark Bocchetti ... Navy Rep
Lucia Srncova ... Muslim Girl
Daniel Margolius ... Muslim Teenager
Robert Franko ... Tiger #2
Lukás Hoffmann ... Tiger #3 (as Lukas Hoffmann)
Jared Chandler ... Piquet's Aide
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Dwayne Adway ... Additional voices (voice) (uncredited)
Ratko Mladic ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
John Moore 
Writing credits
Jim Thomas (story) (as James Thomas) &
John Thomas (story)

David Veloz (screenplay) and
Zak Penn (screenplay)

Produced by
Stephanie Austin .... executive producer
Alex Blum .... co-producer
John Davis .... producer
Wyck Godfrey .... executive producer
Original Music by
Don Davis 
Cinematography by
Brendan Galvin (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Paul Martin Smith 
Casting by
Eyde Belasco 
Sheila Trezise 
Production Design by
Nathan Crowley 
Art Direction by
Ivo Husnjak 
Patrick Lumb (supervising art director)
Nenad Pecur  (as Neno Pecur)
Set Decoration by
Mario Ivezic 
Costume Design by
George L. Little 
Makeup Department
Joseph A. Campayno .... makeup artist: Owen Wilson (as Joe Campayno)
Fiona Connon .... key makeup artist
Katka Horska .... assistant makeup artist
Geraldine Jones .... hair stylist
Maja Lojanova .... hair stylist
Maha .... makeup artist (as Maha Saade)
Roisin O'Reilly .... assistant makeup artist
Viera Rajtárová .... hair stylist
Production Management
Charlie Davis .... post-production supervisor
Branko Jehlar .... unit manager
Dragan Josipovic .... production manager
Tom Karnowski .... unit production manager
Brano Kollar .... assistant unit manager
Christopher Bates .... production supervisor: additional photography (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daisy Cummins .... assistant director
Steve M. Davison .... second unit director
Hope Garrison .... second assistant director
Domonic Mandy .... second assistant director
John M. Morse .... second assistant director
Justin Muller .... first assistant director
Barbara Szomolanyiova .... assistant director
Scott Thaler .... assistant director: second unit
Scott Thaler .... second unit director
Rich Thorne .... second unit director
Peter Veverka .... first assistant director: Slovakia
Art Department
Bara Barova .... translator
Ismet Begtasévic .... assistant set decorator
Zuzana Cizmarova .... set designer
Vern Crofoot .... assistant property master
Romek Delmata .... illustrator
Ron Downing .... supervising property master
Damir Gabelica .... construction coordinator
David E. Harshbarger .... property master (as David Harshbarger)
Ladislav Markic .... set dresser
Julie Ochipinti .... buyer
Julie Ochipinti .... set dresser
Dalibor Vasica .... construction company
Sound Department
Craig Berkey .... sound designer
Craig Berkey .... supervising sound editor
Steve Bissinger .... sound effects editor
Derek Casari .... adr engineer
Melissa Deanne Ferguson .... auricle operator
Simon Firsht .... boom operator
Gary Gegan .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Getty .... dialogue adr assistant
Robert Getty .... group adr editor
Michael Haight .... adr supervisor
Michael Haight .... dialogue supervisor
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Matthew Iadarola .... supervising re-recording mixer
R.J. Kizer .... dialogue editor
Jeff Kushner .... dialogue editor
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist
Chuck Michael .... sound effects recordist
Ryan Murphy .... sound recordist
Steve F. Price .... background sound effects editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Ian Voigt .... sound mixer
Jay Wilkinson .... sound effects supervisor
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Adam Aldridge .... special effects technician
Nick Allder .... special effects technician
Jeff Clifford .... special effects technician
John Fontana .... special effects technician
Martin Geeson .... special effects technician
Garth Inns .... special effects supervisor
Jaroslav Kolenic .... special effects technician
Paul M. Leader .... special effects technician
Jeremy Lovett .... special effects technician
Mervyn Loynes .... special effects technician
Nigel Nixon .... computer video playback buyer
Melvyn Pearson .... special effects technician
Stefano Pepin .... special effects technician
Mark Roberts .... special effects technician
Arthur G. Schlosser .... snow effects technician
Terry Schubert .... special effects technician
Richard Stutsman .... special effects: second unit
Jozef Taptik .... special effects technician
Alastair Vardy .... special effects technician
Jirí Vater .... special effects technician
John Fleming .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Christian Argueta .... digital artist
Cosmas Paul Bolger Jr. .... visual effects supervisor
Giselle Brewton .... film loader: visual effects unit
Francisco Chaigneau .... digital effects artist
Audrey Chang .... visual effects editor
Daniel Aristoteles Collins .... systems/operations: Rhythm & Hues
Ken Dackermann .... digital compositor
Todd Daugherty .... render support
John Decker .... digital artist
Marcelo Dos Santos .... animator
Marcelo Dos Santos .... modeler
David Dozoretz .... visual effects supervisor
Steve Dubin .... miniature set supervisor
Kevin Edwards .... visual effects
Andrew Eio .... computer & video playback supervisor: Bionics
Tyler Foell .... 2D supervisor
Mark Freund .... visual effects supervisor: Pacific Title
Jason Gaudio .... visual effects editor
Ahdee Goldberg .... digital effects associate producer
Daniel D. Gregoire .... pre-visualization artist
Ben Grossmann .... wire/rig removal
Martin Hall .... compositor
Mike Hardison .... CG supervisor: Pixel Magic
Phil Holland .... scanning & recording operator
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor
Andrew Honacker .... digital artist
Kory Jones .... visual effects supervisor
Mark Kenaston .... digital artist
Kevin Kipper .... digital artist
Erik Lee .... CG animator
Euisung Lee .... animatics artist
Matt Linder .... lead compositor: 3D effects animator
Carlyle O. Livingston II .... model supervisor
Nathan McGuinness .... senior visual effects supervisor: Asylum
Ray McIntyre Jr. .... visual effects supervisor (as Raymond McIntyre Jr.)
Peter Menich .... senior CG designer
Bob Minshall .... visual effects
Eroc Moralls .... visual effects compositor
Peter W. Moyer .... visual effects supervisor: Digital Filmworks
Brad Moylan .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic
Terry Naas .... visual effects artist
Greg Notzelman .... lead animator
Marco S. Paolini .... digital compositor
Reid Paul .... digital effects supervisor
Liz Ralston .... visual effects producer
Gary Reisman .... digital artist
Marisol Rivas .... effects production coordinator
Karl Rogovin .... visual effects production assistant
David Santiago .... effects technical director
Gunther Schatz .... 3D visual effects artist
Stephen Sloan .... senior compositor
Andrew Soria .... visual effects
Ole Dieter Sturm .... computer graphic artist: Bionics
Rich Thorne .... visual effects supervisor
Garv Thorp .... visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title
Todd Vaziri .... digital camera shake specialist: OCS/Freeze Frame/Pixel Magic [us]
Matthew A. Ward .... animatic artist: POVDE (as Matthew Ward)
Gary Young .... model builder
Travis Baumann .... Inferno artist (uncredited)
Brandon Craig .... render supervisor (uncredited)
Patrick Denver .... model builder (uncredited)
Ivan DeWolf .... digital artist (uncredited)
Lindsay Hallett .... visual effects producer: Asylum (uncredited)
Owen Hammer .... digital compositor (uncredited)
James David Hattin .... digital compositor: OCS Freezeframe/Pixel Magic (uncredited)
Edward Helmers .... digital artist (uncredited)
David Jones .... visual effects supervisor: Asylum (uncredited)
Brian Pohl .... animatics artist (uncredited)
Andy Tamandl .... digital artist: Hammerhead Productions (uncredited)
Everette Webber .... digital compositor: main titles (uncredited)
Marek Bakic .... stunts
Rastislav Benza .... stunts
Marek Borik .... stunts (as Marek Boric)
Steve M. Davison .... stunt coordinator
Kiante Elam .... stunts
Monika Fiserova .... stunts
Vladimir 'Furdo' Furdik .... stunts (as Vladimir Furdik)
Lance Gilbert .... stunts
Troy Gilbert .... stunts
Peter Hric .... stunts
Roman Jankovic .... stunt actor
Miroslav Kadlecik .... stunts
Shawn Kautz .... stunts
Rastislav Kotula .... stunts (as Ratislav Kotula)
Gustáv Kyselica .... stunt coordinator: Slovac Republic
Branislav Martinak .... stunts
Jaroslav Medvid .... stunts
Ivan Mica .... stunts
Lubomir Misak .... stunts
Lubomir Misak .... utility stunts
Peter Olgyay .... stunts
Peter Plazak .... stunts
Juraj Pospech .... stunts
Robert Powell .... stunts
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunts
Shawn Robinson .... stunts
Erik Rondell .... stunts
Michael Sandala .... stunts
Stanislav Satko .... stunts
Miloslav Sulda .... stunts
Marek Toth .... stunts
Martin 'Mato' Uhrovcik .... stunts (as Martin Uhrdvcik)
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunt double: Owen Wilson (uncredited)
Dirk Vahle .... stunt pilot (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Victor Abbene .... gaffer: carrier unit
Ciarán Barry .... camera operator
Matthew Berner .... assistant camera
Barry Berona .... first assistant camera: aircraft carrier unit
Robert Binnall .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dean Brkic .... best boy electric
Charles John Bukey .... key grip
Václav Cermak .... rigging best boy
Karel Charvat .... grip
Sean P. Fickert .... grip
Ian Foster .... camera operator
Dave Freeth .... libra technician
Sandro Garcia .... video assist operator
John Gazdik .... camera operator: VistaVision
Rasto Gore .... rigging electrician
Alice Gu .... assistant camera
Samir Kadric .... electrician
Branko Knez .... assistant camera
Michael Landsburg .... dolly grip: second unit
Robyn Link .... camera loader: re-shoots
Jeff Lynn .... assistant camera
Michael McDermott .... gaffer
David B. Nowell .... aerial camera operator
Robert Palmer .... second assistant camera
Jaromir Sedina .... Steadicam operator
Jaromir Sedina .... camera operator: "b" camera
Sascha 'Sash' Seitz .... second assistant camera
Alex Soria .... video assist operator
Paul Szopa .... assistant chief lighting technician
David Blue Thompson .... lighting technician
Paul Toomey .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Eric Turner .... assistant camera
Jürgen Vollmer .... still photographer
Dale White .... second assistant camera: "a" camera, aircraft carrier unit
Richard Brooks Burton .... aerial first assistant camera (uncredited)
Ian Speed .... libra technician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Johnny Gidcomb .... adr casting
Lenka Stefankovicova .... casting: Slovakia
Sheila Trezise .... casting: UK
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carlane Passman .... assistant costume designer
Stana Slosserova .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Josh Campbell .... assistant editor
Paula Greatbatch .... assistant editor (as Paula Suhy)
Jamie Keeney .... assistant editor
Dawn Michelle King .... assistant editor: avid (as Dawn M. Gerrior)
Jim Passon .... co-color timer
Marypat Plottner .... first assistant editor
Pablo Prietto .... assistant editor
Chris Regan .... color timer
Music Department
Brian Bulman .... music editor
Lori L. Eschler .... music editor (as Lori Eschler Frystak)
Mike Knobloch .... music executive
Joe Lisanti .... music editor
Erik Lundborg .... orchestrator
Larry Mah .... scoring mixer
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
David Sherr .... orchestra contractor
David Sherr .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Zdravko Plese .... transportation manager
Other crew
Brooke Brooks .... assistant: John Davis
Rob Caves .... production assistant
Jared Chandler .... technical advisor: military
Mary K. Fanto .... clearance coordinator
David Fencl .... armorer
Emilio Puyol Fernandez .... helicopter pilot
Danica Fleischerova .... assistant production coordinator (as Danica Matulayova)
Stephen French .... assistant: John Moore
Gary Gillingham .... production controller
Karen Golden .... additional script supervisor
Kristine Greco .... script supervisor: effects unit
Alex Hamilton .... production coordinator
Jody Hart .... production assistant
Zeljko Hren .... caterer
Kristina Kavaliunas .... assistant: Stephanie Austin
Tomas Kelemen .... assistant: Stephanie Austin
David M. Kennedy .... technical advisor: military
Melissa Kinnicutt .... assistant production coordinator
Stefan Krisak .... helicopter pilot
Villiam Krivac .... helicopter pilot
Clay Lacy .... pilot: Lear Jet
Michael Lichtenegger .... assistant production coordinator
Marek Mackovic .... set production assistant
Zdravko Madzarevic .... location manager
Rob Meisenholder .... first assistant accountant
Christie Morgan .... helicopter pilot
Steve Newman .... unit publicist
Sandra Odelga .... production coordinator
David Paris .... aerial coordinator (as David W. Paris)
Nada Pinter .... script supervisor
Thell Reed .... aerial weapons specialist
Rick Shuster .... pilot: picture helicopter
Michael Stromberg .... helicopter pilot
Mark Sussman .... additional voice
Korin A. Tarin .... post-production accountant
Jose Luis Tejero .... helicopter pilot
Nancy A. Terriberry .... second assistant accountant
Eric W. Thompson .... production lawyer
Jiri Tichacek .... assistant accountant
Dirk Vahle .... pilot: picture helicopter
Monnie Wills .... assistant: Wyck Godfrey
Richard Yates .... helicopter pilot
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc .... pilot: picture helicopter
Peter Ziak .... production assistant
Viera Zvonarova .... assistant to production coordinator
Robert E. Phillips .... production assistant (uncredited)
Sascha 'Sash' Seitz .... skydiving unit coordinator (uncredited)
Trevor Stasik .... production assistant (uncredited)
Drago Sumonja .... adr (uncredited)
Philip M. Strub .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for war violence and some language
106 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

According to the beginning of the movie, the Cincinnati Accords ended the war in Bosnia. This treaty is loosely based on the real-life Dayton Agreement that ended the war in Bosnia in late 1995. Ironically, the Cincinnati Accords required NATO forces to withdraw from Bosnia, while the real-life Dayton Agreement allowed a large NATO force to be sent to Bosnia to help ensure the peace deal.See more »
Revealing mistakes: An ejection seat disappears near bottom left corner of the screen after the pilots pull their chutes - the seat falls, then disappears before leaving the frame.See more »
Admiral Reigart:[to Burnett] Unless we're parked in San Diego Bay, you're at war every time you step on this boat.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Cast Away (2000)See more »
The Rescue BluesSee more »


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28 out of 53 people found the following review useful.
An average action movie that is slightly offensive in its exploitative attitude to a terrible conflict, 9 November 2004
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Lt Chris Burnett is a US Navy navigator working on a NATO mission around Bosnia. Bored with routine in the Navy and fed up flying uneventful missions to survey the peace, Burnett annoys his CO one last time by putting in his notice to quit and return to civilian life. Of course his reward is to be put on a mission on Christmas Day doing routine reconnaissance. An error in the intelligence data leads them over an no-fly zone where they see a convoy of Bosnian soldiers who should not be there and, in the process of recording them, they are attacked and shot down. Separated form Burnett, the pilot is captured and killed, leaving Burnett to evade capture for as long as he can until he can be rescued.

First of all, lets make it clear that this is not the film to come to if you are expecting anything intelligent or worthwhile about the conflict in Bosnia; if that is your aim then I would suggest maybe Saviour as a starting point but certainly not this film. However if you want a standard action movie that happens to use the bleak washed out colours of a war zone to add character as well as using the war to make lots of things go bang then this should do you – as long as you can stop your brain from thinking about the morals of using such a conflict to make a flag-waving, simplistic piece of Saturday night entertainment. The plot aspires to being some sort of serious piece about the conflict based around an action movie but it is nothing of the sort. Instead the conflict is very simplified for the purposes of leaving our brains free enough of worry and moral concern for our fellow man to be able to just enjoy things going bang. The plot sees an American soldier evade the bad guys with the aim of defeating them against the odds – it doesn't matter who the bad guys are because they are a device rather than real people – they could have been black (Black Hawk Down), Muslim (The Siege) or French (SWAT) but here they happen to be Bosnian. We don't need to worry too much about this because the film doesn't really do anything with them other than use them as the baddies to the blonde and clean cut Burnett's goodie.

I'm sure I'll get bashed as anti-American for saying things like that but that is not my intention and I'd like to think I'm just being objective; lets be honest, this is just an action movie and shouldn't be looked on as anything more. However even judged on the standards of action movies this is only an average affair, with a plot that destroys its own tension by making Burnett increasingly bullet-proof as the film goes on, leading to a climax that reminded me of the laughable ending to Rambo 3. It does have tension early on but it has blown it by the ending, and the simplistic approach to a real war is hardly helpful. The direction tries to cover the gaps by using advertising gimmicks of jump cuts and freeze frames – they aren't a replacement for content but at least they make the film a bit more interesting. Ignoring the morals of it, the use of the frozen war zone does create atmosphere really easily and it was used well.

With Hackman too old to be repeating his Bat-21 role, Wilson steps up and, aside from his usual comic stuff at the start, plays it pretty straight and has clearly aimed to be nothing more than an all-American kid just doing his duty. He aims for this and this is all he does which, in an action movie, is fine – however I kept thinking of Denis Quaid and thought how much braver he was in his choices. Hackman must have done about 2 or 3 weeks work on this film given 95% of his scenes are in one main location; he is OK but really just phones this in. The support cast is interesting in regards the Americans (people like Keith and 24's Almeida) but no effort is made on the side of the 'enemy' who are simply goons and baddies from the get go. Again it all works fine in a dumb action movie but the real setting in such a terrible conflict made me hope for more than just action fodder.

Overall this is an average action movie with a bullet-proof hero taking on baddies who look different (black, Eastern European, Muslim, whatever) to bring good to the world of evil. On this level it is nothing special although it has some nice touches of style along the way but gets silly as it comes to the end. However morally it had a responsibility to really use this stage to do more with the conflict than just use it as a backdrop. Sadly it just paints everyone as the baddies and only looks for the emotion of cheering 'our guys' on rather than feeling anything for the real people or real country. Saviour may be bleak and depressing as a film but my god it is easier to stomach at times than this was. If you want things going bang then it should do you but you'd best try to switch off your brain, morals and heart before you start watching it.

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