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Air Strike (2004)

R | | Action, War | Video 18 May 2004
A small US attack force is sent to an East European country to aid the government in neutralizing a powerful drug syndicate.

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Ben Garret
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Charlie
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Col. Blackwell (as Fredric Lane)
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Hanks
Ivaylo Geraskov ...
Ivan (as Ivailo Geraskov)
Assen Blatechki ...
Chicago (as Asen Blatechki)
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Garret (as Krasimir Vankov)
Ivo Tonchev ...
Perez
Atanas Srebrev ...
Cash
Piotr Ksheninski ...
Jenkins
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Walker
Tyrone Pinkham ...
Mst. Sgt. Franks
Kitodar Todorov ...
Anderson
Vladimir Nikolov ...
Jerry
Max Gonzales ...
Jr. Officer
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A small US attack force is sent to an East European country to aid the government in neutralizing a powerful drug syndicate.

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Action | War

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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18 May 2004 (Netherlands)  »

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Air Strike - Einsatz am Himmel  »

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Takin' You Down
Written by Bill Wandel (ASCAP)
Performed by Bill Wandel
Published by Spectrum Voyage (ASCAP)
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A very B class movie that could be done a lot better
21 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the cheesiest movies i have ever seen. They takes lines through out the movie from great movies like Top Gun, Comanche, and Fire Birds. The flight scenes are the worst I have ever seen in a movie looking like they used R/C Helicopters to do most of the stunts. How much did it take to make this movie? Couldn't have been much. As far as the ground stunts and explosions looks to much like computer generated. The actors did an OK job for who they are. If movie where to be remade i would spend a lot more money. Also it shows in the movie that the military was not consulted very much or they probably would not have signed off. Just goes to show that anybody with a little bit of money can try to make a movie although not a very good one


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