The Cold War has ended, and the Russian government has decided get rid of a deadly bioweapon sample by returning it to the United States, from whom it had been stolen. Officer Hendricks has been assigned to pick up the virus sample and escort it back to America via submarine. Along the way, however, a gang of terrorists hijack the sub in an attempt to launch a bioweapon attack on both New York and Moscow. Can Hendricks stop them before it's too late? Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Initially pre-sold under the title "Captured", the project originally had a different storyline. See more »
Dr. Christian wears Lieutenant bars, meaning she is an officer, but wears a pea-coat worn only by enlisted personnel. Also, rank is not worn on pea-coats as she is shown wearing. See more »
Attention all personnel. We are ready to load the virus.
You're gonna have a hell of a problem. All your friends are on permanent sick leave.
Sergei, Grotz, Yemen? Report.
Right names, wrong plane of existence pal.
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I haven't had this much fun with a Dolph movie since Showdown in Little Tokyo. I can't lie and say this is a good movie, but I can definitely say I found it to be a lot of fun. The absolutely cheese dialogue here is fantastic, it is full of memorable quotes that'll leave you cracking up after the credits are finished.
As for the movie itself, I don't think it deserves as low a rating as it got. I mean, it's certainly better than Silent Trigger, which has a higher rating. The story is shot full of holes, but who watches a Lundgren flick for its' story? The acting isn't all bad, though some people obviously just coast through their roles. All in all, it's just a bad action movie, but bad action movies need lovin' too.
Oh, and it has the greatest titular line ever.
Army dude: "Have you ever heard of Agent Red?"
Dolph Lundgren: "Sounds like a bad action movie."
Army dude: "I wish it was."
Good news, buddy, your wish came true
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