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The Secret Force (1995)

| Action, Crime, Drama
Three Vietnam vets are targeted by the government in a top secret project that turns normal men into terminators. When Leroy is caught after slaughtering a restaurant full of people he is ... See full summary »

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Marty Smith (as Jeff Weston)
Kimberleigh Stark ...
Susan Smith
Graham Clarke ...
Alex Fenter
Greg Melvill-Smith ...
Skully Ball
Yvonne Banning ...
Judith Cassavetes
Frank Notaro ...
Leroy Jagger
Patricia Boya ...
Margie Cassavetes
Olivia Mears ...
Leroy's Counsel
Ronald Ford ...
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Andre Roothman ...
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Jeff Fannell ...
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Dale Cutts ...
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Three Vietnam vets are targeted by the government in a top secret project that turns normal men into terminators. When Leroy is caught after slaughtering a restaurant full of people he is happily sentenced to death. When the government comes to Leroy's friend, Marty's house for questioning, Marty slowly soaks in what is happening around him. Realizing his friends were being programmed to kill, and ties with Leroy make him next, he and his wife, Susan embark on a dangerous mission to save Skully, one of his friends from the war, while trying to find the reason behind the conspiracy. But Marty is constantly haunted by the nightmare he faced in Vietnam. Will saving his friends once again bring him to peace? Written by spyguy88

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Ready to die. Programmed to kill. They were...THE SECRET FORCE.


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Marty: C'mon, Skully. That was a bad war we fought back there. We don't wanna fight another one here.
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Quite simply, the most boring film I've ever watched.
13 December 2005 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

But I learned a fair bit:

  • If you only have enough dialogue and plot to cover a 2 minute long
cartoon, don't worry. You can just get every character to repeat every line three or four times and take long pauses in between the words. The audience won't find this tactic really annoying, even after 85 minutes. (You'll note that I'll be referring to this point regularly throughout the review.)

  • Women who are in the same room as a police mini-interrogation need to
ask someone else who was there to find out what was said.

  • American cops drive South African police vehicles. In fact, the whole
film is guilty of trying to pass off South African locations as American.

  • Government officials target small groups of Vietnam war friends for
mind-control, so that they will randomly mow down civilians. What purpose this achieves is unknown.

  • Crazy, shrieking women actually do know everything about what the
Government is up to.

  • Top secret government experiments are carried out in standard
hospitals. No military or police are ever present to ensure any secrecy.

  • The tagline and title of a movie do not have to have anything to do
with the events of a film.

  • When the back of the video case talks about a Rambo-style arsenal, it
really means just one shotgun.

  • Police allow a highly-armed mentally insane man to stand around while
they get one of his untrained friends to try and talk him out of killing people. Apparently this is standard protocol if the friend asks politely.


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