Flesh Wounds: On a remote US Army facility, a group of scientists conducting top secret weapon experiments, vanish. An elite covert ops team, commanded by Lt. Tyler (Kevin Sorbo), is tasked...
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Flesh Wounds: On a remote US Army facility, a group of scientists conducting top secret weapon experiments, vanish. An elite covert ops team, commanded by Lt. Tyler (Kevin Sorbo), is tasked with recovering the missing personnel within 24 hours. Written by
As someone who considers himself an unofficial movie buff (I spend 95% of the time I have control of the TV on one of the 20 or so movie channels I subscribe to), this was absolutely awful. Without repeating much of what has already been posted by previous critics, it was a horrible copy of the 1987 movie Predator. Not a re-make, but a copy of the overall plot and much of what happens throughout the movie.
The video quality, acting and even props were awful. I agree with a previous critic when he said the person in charge of making this movie should never be allowed to have any part of the making of any movie although I would add unless he provides janitorial services for a halfway decent production company. At one point, when the good guys are using what is probably supposed to be a .50 caliber machine gun, the prop has no ammunition feeding device, no empty shell casings being ejected and no muzzle flash. Just the sound effect.
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