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Operation Terror (2012)

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CIA agent Aaron Delgado works with a team of agents and engineers to implement a plan to attack the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, pinning the blame on Muslim Terrorists.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Brand ...
Aaron Delgado
George Poole
Phillip Singer
Chuck Griswold
M.O. Onjoray ...
James McCollough
Robert Stilwell ...
Harvey St. Claire
Chase Jordan
Randy Fratkin ...
Ray Donovan
Danny Grossman ...
Charlie Getz
Mikos Zavros ...
Sam Hall
Michael Goldberg
Dave Francini
Dick Cheney
Cole J. Porter ...
Horace Humphrey


James McCullough, from the mysterious "Council", assigns CIA agent Aaron Delgado to implement a plan to attack the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and pin the blame on Muslim Terrorists. Delgado and fellow agents, Phillip Singer and Chase Jordan, work with a group of unsuspecting engineers to develop unmanned jets to hit the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. The CIA agents have to deal with an increasingly suspicious George Poole, the lead engineer working on the drones. Also the Army and the FBI begin to uncover the plot, forcing Delgado to shut down their investigations. On the day of the attacks, Delgado becomes livid as the media reports on the destruction of WTC Building 7 before it is blown up and that there are no signs of planes hitting the Pentagon and the supposed crash site of Flight 93. Written by Art Olivier

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11 March 2012 (USA)  »


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$100,000 (estimated)
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Sam Hall, played by Mikos Zavros, is based on real life FBI agent Harry Samit from Minnesota, who arrested Zacarias Moussaoui only to have him let go by his superiors. See more »

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Entertaining and Thought Provoking
15 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is a low budget movie, made for about $100,000 (in 2011 dollars). And is the first feature film by the producer Art Olivier.

Considering those facts, the production quality is amazing. Disregarding them, is it worth your time? Probably, yes.

It is fictional account, but is very well tied to facts and events associated with 9/11. The film weaves a speculative tale that provides a credible (or at least interesting) alternative explanation for the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. Strong believers in the goodness of government will find the cognitive dissonance disturbing, and will shut their minds to the speculative plot line. Anyone with an open mind and ignorant of 9/11 conspiracy theories will find it interesting, but a bit hard to follow in places. 9/11 conspiracy theorists will find it fascinating.

The pacing is brisk, the acting is not bad, and the storyline intricate. Not a dramatic masterpiece, but a great vehicle for provoking thought and discussion, and fun to watch. I liked it better than Atlas Shrugged I. For most people, it is well worth the $20 cost of the DVD. Forget about seeing in the theater, it is too controversial for distribution in the U.S.

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