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I am proud to say that somebody finally produced a U.S. Seal movie (there have been 3 of them now!) that was actually worth anything. The first one was a complete sham and the second movie was absolutely the worst movie I have ever seen. But don't kid yourself, this is still a terrible movie.
The fascination with beginning the movie with a LONG underwater scene has apparently not changed. The underwater fighting was bad in many ways, so lets go ahead and get it out: the audio was obnoxious at best, and was obviously the same clip of "I've got him!!! I need help!! (grunt, grunt)" on a loop for about a minute. You also couldn't tell who was on what side nor was the action particularly interesting - characteristics VERY COMMON with the original two. Pay close attention and you'll notice they go into the same hatch they went in the second movie! The whole reason the team fought underwater was because they were spotted from shore, well here's an idea - next time don't use a HUGE boat with 5 motors to "silently" approach the target.
Somehow they end up in Albania and shoot a few UN soldiers (you would think that might anger the UN) and steal their truck. They then decide to raid a camp using the worst tactics - instead of attacking at night, they wait until broad daylight and about half the team dies. I won't bore you with the rest of the plot but honestly this movie had the LAMEST ending of all 3 movies. It is HILARIOUS to watch a small rubber boat blow up an entire tanker (akin to the jeep blowing up half the port in the second movie, or the car exploding in midair in the first).
-The whole "Senators Son" plot simply did not work, not to mention it is hardly original.
-When the head SEAL tells his commander he won't take the Senators son, he keep lowering his head between his shoulders until he looks like a complete moron, and he keeps saying "suh. no suh, I won't take him suuuuhhh.) VERY ANNOYING.
-A problem this movie shared with the second one was VERY POOR DVD quality. Everytime a truck goes by it JERKS by, you can clearly see it go frame by frame in an unrealistic manner. The dubbing was also poor and frankly most of them had annoying voices in the first place.
At least the second one was funny - this was just stupid. DO NOT WATCH
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