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The Elite (2001)

After the murder of their families by a terrorist bomb, five young adults are trained as a hi-tech, anti-terrorist team with a mission to search and destroy high-profile terrorist groups.

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Avi
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Lena
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Ashe
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Jason
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Joel
Keith Brewer ...
Keith
Derek Brewer ...
Derek
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McKay
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Griffin
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Tanner Gold
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Nayo
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Elaine
Saida Pagan ...
News Reporter
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Talk Show Host
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Colonel Shaw
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Storyline

Five kids survive a airplane terrorist attack. They are trained from childhood to become an elite team of anti-terrorist fighters. When they are assigned to find out what happened to a batch of chemical-containing land-mines they find themselves facing the same men that brought down the flight which killed their parents. The fight becomes personal and they disobey orders to stop a missile launch against a computer convention crowd in Athens. They board a hijacked war ship and, retaining minimal wounds, prevent the attack. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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28 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Codename - Elite  »

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Goofs

One unfortunate sailor appears to be shot to death twice, and then finally taken prisoner and imprisoned below decks. See more »

Quotes

Keith: Never hit a lady
Derek: Unless she hits first
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Edited from Species (1995) See more »

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Stunningly terrible
30 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Incoherent from the very beginning, I felt as if I was watching something computer generated, not unlike the Cox Cable commercials starring the exceptionally hideous "Digital Max." Imagine my surprise when I came to IMDb and saw an actual cast listing.

Needless to say, I didn't get far, but I did see enough to realize that the movie could possibly serve a higher purpose - as a tool for court-ordered evaluations in competency hearings. If a person can sit through this film, a guardian should absolutely be appointed to make all important decisions for the individual in question.

And be forewarned, there have been no scientific studies: it's just possible that someone in full command of his faculties might begin watching, and in the course of the experience, become impaired.


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