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American Force 2: The Untouchable Glory (1988)

Untouchable Glory (original title)
| Action | 1988 (UK)
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Teddy Benavidez ...
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Bella Flores
Patrick Frzebar ...
General Karpov
Ronnel Galvez
Jose Garcia
Pierre Kirby ...
Timothy Macdonell
Martin Marfil
Rafael Martinee
Nello Nayo
Renato Sala
Bruce Smith
Divina Valencia
Robert Weber
John Whitney
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This film goes under a number of alternative titles depending upon which country it is found in and additionally, which distribution company is marketing it. The alternative titles include: American Force 2:The Untouchable Glory, Ninja Untouchables and American Eagle See more »

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Hugo: You are Brian O'Riley, if I'm not mistaken.
Brian O'Riley: And you are...?
Hugo: I am your worst... nightmare.
Brian O'Riley: I guess Karpov sent you to kill me, huh?
Hugo: That's right. Phui! You don't look so tough to me.
Brian O'Riley: [points his finger in anger] Don't judge a book by its cover! - You'll be needin' some weapons.
[They fight briefly, and Hugo is thrown off a cliff to his death]
Brian O'Riley: Hm! What a useless guy!
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Commando cut & paste!
6 June 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Yep, it's cut & paste time again!

Here we have the story of the dastardly KGB General Karpov who intends to build a Russian missile base in the middle of a small Indonesian village. Why? Well, apparently it's a good location (eh?!) Needless to say the local villagers are none too impressed with this proposal though and set up a rebellion movement calling themselves The Untouchables to oppose said plans.

To aid them, they also enlist the help of an American Special Forces agent, Brian O'Riley who is charged to take care of Karpov and his henchmen who go by such names as Hugo, Samson and Nero….okayyyy….. To complete the team, Brian's fellow martial arts expert friend, The White Tiger joins the fray.

To be quite frank the main body of this film, an Indonesian crime flick of sorts, is pretty much an interminable affair throughout and is best watched with one's finger held firmly on the fast forward Button. However, all is not lost for the newly edited in scenes featuring Brian and Tiger taking on Karnov's cronies are luckily highly entertaining! In one such sequence Brian takes on Hugo in one to one combat and after giving him a sound pasting dryly comments, 'What a useless guy.' (!!!)

All in all, aside from not nearly enough scenes featuring O'Riley and his absurd commando antics, this is typically sound (demented) IFD fun!


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