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Militia (2000)

An ATF agent goes undercover to retrieve stolen anthrax missiles.

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(as Jay Andrews)
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Ethan Carter
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Julie Sanders
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William Fain
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George Armstrong Montgomery
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Dep. Dir. Anderson
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Bobbi
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Staley
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Tegley
Dean Hallo ...
Major Wilson
Bill Langlois Monroe ...
Nelson (as William Langlois Monroe)
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Col. Jim Donaman, Ret.
Shawna Casey ...
Rebecca Fain
Curtis Blanck ...
Jimmy Fain
David Dunard ...
Billy Joe Stevens
Billy Rieck ...
Doug Stevens
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An ATF agent goes undercover to retrieve stolen anthrax missiles.

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Action | Adventure

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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17 October 2000 (USA)  »

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A Irmandade  »

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Effects footage involving the theft of the anthrax and destruction of the building was taken directly from Terminator 2 (1991). See more »

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In the pickup chase seen after the bar in Needles, the rear window of Carter's truck is shot out, but later appears intact. See more »

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References Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990) See more »

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You get what you expect...
8 August 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Man, it kills me to see the direct-to-video fare that Jennifer Beals has been starring in recently. This predictable grade-C flick is passable only because it rarely takes itself too seriously. Jim Wynorski is the master of camp mediocrity, and so we see Fredric Forrest spoof his "terrorist looney-toon" persona that was hysterical but chilling in Falling Down, and Stacy Keach and Dean Cain try their hardest to not let us know they'd rather be anywhere else than on the set of this movie. That brings us to Jennifer. Why, oh why, is this gorgeous actress with passable chops whiling away her time in trifle like this and Turbulence 2 (or was it 3?).

Anyway, I watched it all the way through and if you ask me next week about "Militia" I promise you I won't remember ever having seen it. In the meantime, Corkymeter rates Militia 2 (out of 5) stars. (Yes, it rates higher than "Woo" because it knows it's piffle). Jennifer, Jennifer, Jennifer...


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