Major Nick Reed is an intrepid analyst for Army Intelligence. It's his job to locate a secret enemy base whose fighters - the dreaded Ghost Squadron - attack our bombers. Complicating his ... See full summary »
Major Nick Reed is an intrepid analyst for Army Intelligence. It's his job to locate a secret enemy base whose fighters - the dreaded Ghost Squadron - attack our bombers. Complicating his efforts is a chance meeting with his former love, Lt. Monica Tasty, and her current beau, Major Mitch Dunning. Can Reed find the fighter base in time for the 4th Armoured to attack? Will the Nazi learn our next target and send the Ghost Squadron to attack our bombers? Why do some women fall for the bad boys, completely ignoring the good responsible men right in front of them? Learn the answers in 'At War With Intelligence.' Written by
One of the maps on the wall of the Central Command Center shows Germany divided into East and West - which, of course, did not occur until after WW2 ended. Similarly, Berlin is misplaced on the map, shown as being almost on the German/Polish border. See more »
Pulling from old stock footage found circa WWII, and weaving it with new material that ties it all together, Military Intelligence pulls off an original feat. What's doubly unique, is that most "out of the box" ideas are half-baked, and the follow-up usually does it right. This filmmaker gets the idea right first time around. Not knowing what to expect going into the theatre, I became a little wary 5 minutes in when it seemed like the Narrator was going to be around for 80 minutes. Turns out, my fear was actualized. However, it wasn't valid. I came to love that Narrator, he became the main character, and the biting satire that brings all the pieces together was darn well written. I laughed harder during this movie than anything I've seen in two months, except Da Ali G Show. I was unsure how the filmmaker managed to craft a story from such a mish-mosh of footage. Must have been a daunting task. But the film is cohesive, entertaining, and even manages to take some original chomps at the current political situation using WWII ideologies as a foil. Brilliant!
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