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Mercenaries (2011)

Andy Marlow, an ex British S.A.S serviceman turned mercenary, is sent into the Balkans after a military coup has arisen to rescue a U.S ambassador and his aide.

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Andy Marlow
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Beatrice
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Callum (as Rob James-Collier)
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Ambassador
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Olodan Gragovic
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Vladko
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Dragan
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Radovic
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Zac
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Lucas
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Colonel Torida
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Anton
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Ivano
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Harry
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Andy Marlow, an ex British S.A.S serviceman turned mercenary, is sent into the Balkans after a military coup has arisen to rescue a U.S ambassador and his aide.

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They Always Make You Pay

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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27 January 2012 (UK)  »

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A very slow and uninspired war movie about a hostage rescue after a military coup. Seemed flat, not interesting. I say C-
31 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

"No Andy...they are wrong." After a military coup occurs in the Balkins the U.S. ambassador is in trouble. An ex S.A.S. serviceman is picked by Colonel Tourida (Zane) to lead a rescue mission. I have to admit that I like war movies, but like the new batch of western movies lately they seem to be either really good or really bad. It seems that some people assume that if you put a guy in cameo with a gun in a movie people will flock to it regardless of plot. I am not one of those people. To me just because it's a war movie doesn't automatically make it good. This one was very slow and didn't seem to have a point. I lost interest quickly and started to forget what I saw. By the end I was just glad it was over. But on the other hand not everyone thinks like me and many will like this. I just couldn't get into it. Overall, compared to the recent war movies like "Beneath Hill 60" and "Age Of Heroes" this is not nearly as good. I give it a C-.


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