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Christian Slater's birthday is August 18th, the same as the character he plays in this film, Craig McCenzie. See more »
During the opening credits a satellite zooms in on the region between Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iran. Rugged mountainous terrain is revealed, but there is actually only desert in that area. See more »
[talking by radio while surveilling]
Okay, Miss Mike, you're in.
Watch your ass.
[sneaking into a stronghold, disguised wearing a burka]
Definitely Taliban presence here. Not a lot, but they're here. Over.
If you see Bin Laden, you can give him a big New York kiss. Then chop his nuts off. You can wear them as earrings.
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Written by Stephanie Bailey, Christian Bland, Kyle Hunt, Alexander Maas, Jennifer Raines and Nathaniel Ryan
Performed by The Black Angels
Under License from Death Song Publishing (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Light in the Attic Records & Vector Management Group See more »
All things considering, this movie really isn't anything too bad.
Seriously, this movie could had been a lot worse. At least its not being one of those cheap looking B-action movie flicks. It actually is a technically pretty well made movie, with of course also one truly great cast in it.
Believe it or not but this movie actually stars Sean Bean, James Cromwell, Ving Rhames, Christian Slater and Dominic Monaghan all in one special soldiers of fortune team. A cast list every movie would and also should be jealous of. No idea why they did this movie but I guess they need a paycheck like this, every once and a while. it was also great to see Colm Meaney as in the villain in this movie. It's funny but I was wondering not too long ago what Colm Meaney was up to now days, since I hadn't seen him in anything for years now. And then boom! His face popped up in this movie, still looking the same as 20 years ago.
Storywise, the movie was really dropping the ball toward its end, which was a shame since I really was with the movie at first. It has a ridicules concept but at least it got presented convincingly enough, also thanks to its fine actors of course. After a while you'll start to realize the movie isn't going anywhere anymore with its story. It's as if half way through they threw away the script and decided to put in some simple action sequences instead. I truly think that this movie and its story had far more potential in it, so that's truly a big waste.
It's not a particularly spectacular or involving genre movie to watch but it at least isn't boring or offensively bad, in any way or form. It's definitely being a better movie than just the average B-genre movie attempt and I hope that director Maxim Korostyshevsky continues making movies and who knows, maybe one day he'll have his big breakthrough, which seriously isn't anything unlikely, since you can definitely tell the right skills and talent are there. All he needs now is a more decent script and a bigger budget to work with.
Not a great genre movie but a good guilty pleasure.
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