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Angkor: Cambodia Express (1982)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, War | 1 January 1985 (USA)
An American journalist returns to Cambodia to bring out the girlfriend he was forced to leave behind when the murderous Khmer Rouge took over the country.

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... MacArthur
... Sue
Lui Leung Wai ... Mitr Saren
Nit Alisa ... Mieng
Suchao Pongwilai ... Montri
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An American journalist returns to Cambodia to bring out the girlfriend he was forced to leave behind when the murderous Khmer Rouge took over the country.

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Good cast cannot save dull and unpleasant film
21 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

Robert Walker does a generally convincing job (except for some exaggerated "NOOOOOOOOOOOOO"s), Christopher George hams it up as a sadistic military nut, Woody Strode livens up every scene he's in as his more sensible boot camp trainer, and Nancy Kwan (the reason I wanted to see this film in the first place) receives fourth billing for about three (pointless) minutes of screen time! The film is alternately dull and unpleasant, sometimes both; all the sides (Cambodians, Vietnamese, Americans) are mostly equally repellent, cold-blooded killers, and the ending is a complete downer. Your best bet would probably be to watch the scenes with Woody Strode, who at least brings some gravity to his character, and skip everything else. *1/2 out of 4.


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