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Craig Alan ...
Strobe Walker
Leonard Oliver
George Nicholas ...
Madaglen
Gerald Fox
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Klaus
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Brock Towers
Mark Kristofferson
Judy Green ...
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Jacqueline Landau
Mel Davidson ...
Senator Murdock
Nick Nicholson ...
Pierre
Frank Juhas ...
Manolo
Ernie David ...
Bigman
Willie Williams ...
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10 out of 10 for the opening disco theme song.......
9 December 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

....although sadly, after such a joyous start the majority of the film struggles to deliver the requisite action goods.

The plot here concerns an anti American terrorist group headed by George Nicholas (Sakura Killers, Ninja in The USA) calling themselves People For Freedom who set about blowing up and shooting various folks for reasons best known to themselves.

Craig Alan who genre fans will instantly recognise as the hero in the infinitely superior Commander, stars as one of a group of hired mercenaries charged to wipe out the organisation.

Sadly, the action is for the most part, badly handled throughout with very little of any interest transpiring until the final twenty or so minutes. However, to be equitable, these final twenty minutes are great fun with plenty of explosions and gunfire exchanges with one especially cool scene featuring Alan charging down a hillside, leaping into the air and firing off his semi-automatic weapon (and subsequently killing some hiding soldiers) whilst in mid flight(!)

Certainly worth a watch but my advice is to skip straight to the final third of the flick; Trust me, you'll thank me for it.


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