While rescuing an American air crew captured by Mid-Eastern terrorists, Lieutenant Curran and his team of Navy SEALs discover evidence that the terrorists have come into possession of dangerous high-tech weapons.Written by
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In the warehouse scenes with the missiles, the containers have markings that refer to the "Redeye" M41 missile system, a predecessor to the "Stinger" that is referred to in the film. See more »
When the RPG is launched at the water where the SEALs are swimming in, a blue circle is visible, marking where the rocket is to hit the water (and, presumably, where the detonation of the explosive charge is to go off). See more »
[to Claire as they watch Hawkins kiss the glass from inside the dive tank]
Let's leave before he presses something else on the glass!
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This is one of those action films I can watch with any of my guy friends and everyone's happy. It's a good, old-fashioned action-adventure movie. Michael Biehn delivers the same kind of reliable performance he always does and Charlie Sheen does just fine as well. (I won't comment on the director except to say that I've also seen his previous claim to fame, "The Lady In Red," a simply abysmal film starring Pamela Sue Martin and Robert Conrad.) Thanks to the stubbornness and tenacity of the cast, though, "Navy SEALs" went through a lot of revisions (which you'll see if you ever see any of the script drafts, reader's coverage, or the novelization) and actually came out as a straightforward, enjoyable actioner that's still watchable after more than 10 years.
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