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Possibly with all the enlisted personnel but definitely with MCPO Boytano at the end, the insignia on his cover (hat) is showing that of an officer. He should have insignia matching that of his rank and no gold bar around the rim. See more »
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America saved the world again !! still not that bad
expect nothing while renting it , you may enjoy it .
Not the same story as the first one , the guy is not lost and alone
this time .
lot of already seen before cliché - camera light while in north Korea
make you think this country is lifeless and evil , yet the mountain and image are spectacular . but nothing new .
the camera shake way too much ( as most of DTV movies ) , and some
unnecessary background , camera effect make the movie hard to follow sometimes .
slowdown action ( dtv cliché again ) - the plot has a lot of whole
but still enjoyable , base on the 2004 event in north Korea ( making the plot more realistic about what wouold have happen ) still not that bad . i must say i enjoy it . the filming location were great and despite that the camera light was to give north Korea a lifeless look ...... the sight and mountain are great throughout the movie .
ill give it a 5 or 6 out of 10 . but don't expect something new , a
mixe of sum of all the fears , behind enemy line ( visual effect ) , tears of the sun etc... and other America saved the world movie . classic Hollywood cliché .
-in 1995-1996 ... "america saved the world" movies were meant to be "america saved the world " , but now .... they are trying to disguise it while the headline is still the same . assume it at least .
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