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Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol (2000)

An elite commando unit must rescue a captured peacekeeping force from a ruthless international arms dealer.

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Capt. James Wellford
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Sgt. Mike Morton
Bentley Mitchum ...
Sgt. Don Nichols
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Ivan
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Youssef (as Zev Revach)
Michelle Kapeta ...
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Orr Malka ...
Tamil
Uri Gavriel ...
Abu Nimer
Jonathan Cherchi ...
Saaid (as Jonathan Churchi)
Yaacov Gvir-Cohen ...
Jabbar (as Jacob Gvir Cohen)
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David Menachem ...
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Robinson Nwokejiodi ...
Nubian
Raida Adon ...
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Rinan Haim ...
Archeological Dig Duy (as Renan Haim)
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An international peace-keeping force is trying to keep relations between two Middle-Eastern nations from exploding into open warfare. When one of the patrols disappears in the desert, a group of soldiers from different nations is thrown together to go look for them. After being fired upon by some Arab soldiers, the patrol discovers that one of the sides has smuggled a nuclear weapon and is planning to use it to bring the fighting to its ultimate end. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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When the two men are hanging from the rope above the cave chamber during their descent and communicating using radio clicks with the team on the ground inside the cave, their position changes between shots, once going from lower to higher. See more »

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All American Zeros
20 July 2004 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

All I can say is thank whatever God is out there that this wasn't produced/released after 9/11. Once again, Yoram Globus is back clawing his way back to his original fervid 1980's stature that made (Up)Chuck Norris what he is today by trying to cash in on the direct-to-DVD movie serial craze of the 21st Century! So what if cousin Menahem isn't on for the ride? So, like the action fan girl shmuck I am, I decided to skip Delta Force II since I think Billy Drago's crowning moment was in The Untouchables playing the sadistic cool cat Frank Nitti brandishing a nickel-plated pistol (by the by I saw it on Ebay for around $400), but those white suits Armani had him in made him look like the lovechild of Ed Gein and Cab Calloway. But it looks like once again, video covers are deceptive (great marketing strategies BTW) and you think well that Brit (took his cockney accent for Aussie) has some impressive biceps, Norris' son MIGHT have picked up a few pointers from dad, and Mitchum's grandkid looks like someone I could bring home to mom, and after 90-odd minutes you're left wondering why the f*ck I wasted my $3.50 on this when I could have had some Haagen-Dazs. Not even John Rys-Davies was able to woo me to say this bit of drek was mediocre! The characters were as developed as paper dolls (won't even get into the Greek actress playing the medic), the script was probably thought up after somebody finished reading Bravo Two Zero, and it makes you wonder if this is Globus' pathetic hackney attempt to bridge the gap between Arabs and Israelis and lure Hollywood to the hellish Mid East. Nearly ALL the Arabs were portrayed by Jewish people (my BF is Jewish so I know what I'm talking about). Also, you have think about these actors, I mean they must be destitute or something to take lead roles in movies like the DF and U.S. SEALs series. Or Bentley and Mike's acting attempts are that sincere w/o having to lean on their famous father and grandfather. As for our leading man, I know he's got a wife and 5 kids, but don't all California martial-arts champs open up their own dojo chains and get hired by the studios to choreograph stunt sequences? All I can say is the nuclear missile looked like the cardboard boxes it was built from, the pyrotechnics were borderline, the CGI was something a 12-year-old can put together on a PC, and the most expensive thing in the whole production had to be John Rys-Davies chess set. Also, I'm confused was this action or comedy? Because the post-battle bios made little sense to me.


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