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Why in a rat's ass we got to give back our dog tags? Huh? Huh? I want my mama to have me sitting pretty, you hear me, boy? Sitting pretty in a shiny black casket back in Knoxville. Y'all ain't fixing to bury me out here in Puerto Rico. I'll tell you that much.
It's not Puerto Rico; that's in the Caribbean.
Whatever the hell it is! It's all Taco Bell city to me, boy! You hear me?
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If you pick this movie up expecting something new, you'll be heavily disappointed. The film carbon copies scenes from Predator, but less effectively due to its budget. There are some changes made to try and hide the obvious but they aren't positive in any way.
The soldiers are bland clichés and attempts to give them personality fail. One guy's main thing is that he constantly proclaims everything is "bull****" which is about as endearing as a crying baby at a restaurant.
At times, Kevin Sorbo looked bored. I can't blame him. At least this film probably paid his electric bill for a month. The only way I'd suggest you watch this is to keep a running tally of the moments mirrored from better films. Otherwise, save your money and time.
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