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Murder at the Presidio (2005)

R | | Crime | TV Movie 2 May 2005
Based on the true story of the only homicide committed on the famed San Francisco Military base. A military Criminal Investigations Officer goes beyond his orders to get to the facts behind... See full summary »

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Based on the true story of the only homicide committed on the famed San Francisco Military base. A military Criminal Investigations Officer goes beyond his orders to get to the facts behind what appears to be a robbery-motivated killing. What he finds may well unravel his damaged mental health. Written by Anon

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You can't pull rank on murder.

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Rated R for some sexuality, nudity and violence | See all certifications »

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2 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Assassinato no Presídio  »

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Throughout the film the Lou Diamond Phillips character is referred to by military personnel as "officer;" a warrant officer is actually referred to as "Mr." See more »

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Mafia Suit: What've you got?
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Mafia Suit: Heh heh, man you always say that. Come on, open it up.
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Typical whodunit plot
20 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

The movie was fine as far as the genre goes. I prefer military themed movies to at least portray members of the military accurately. There is no way an Army officer in uniform is going to have any facial hair other than a mustache. Special Ops sometimes do have beards, etc, but not garrison stationed officers. The Motor Pool PFCs were too old to still be at that rank. If they were that bad of a soldier, they would have not been retained in the Army. Actors who are hired to portray soldiers should have a haircut to match the role. Lou D. Phillips introduced himself as a Warrant Officer, yet I heard him referred to as Lieutenant. I still haven't figured that one out yet. The movie wasn't bad, but this reviewer found the military inaccuracies glaringly distracting.


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