When a WWII-era transport ship, reactivated and deployed in the Persian Gulf for black-op interrogations, falls radio silent, an elite Marine task force, along with an NCIS investigator and... See full summary »
When a WWII-era transport ship, reactivated and deployed in the Persian Gulf for black-op interrogations, falls radio silent, an elite Marine task force, along with an NCIS investigator and two scientists, are sent to apprehend the terrorists... Only to find a more devious enemy. Written by
When McCloskey is trapped in the barracks, the clock behind his head reads 9:52. Immediately thereafter, the clock in the mess hall says 3:35, and then 3:20 after Willets is called to the barracks. Then when Willets gets to the barracks, the clock by McCloskey reads 4:45. See more »
Even taking into account that this is low-budget, Black Ops is truly a horrendous pile of steaming crap. Watch this at your own peril. The film combines an element of supernatural horror and an action/adventure military flick, but fails on both counts.
There are better films that touch on the same current topic of Middle Eastern terrorism and the use of torture and extraordinary rendition. There are also numerous horror movies that are infinitely more satisfying.
The camera work and audio are crisp and professional-grade. The storyline, dialogue and acting are not.
1 star out of 10.
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