A troubled Vietnam vet snaps during a training exercise at a survivalist-type military camp and thinks he's back in Vietnam. He kills several of the staff members who he thinks are Vietcong... See full summary »
Nearly three decades after his abduction by the psychotic Colonel Hogan, the hardened Vietnam veteran and elite soldier, Mike Danton, has to face once more his archnemesis' thirst for revenge. Is Danton still the best?
David A. Prior
Michael Charles Prior,
David A. Prior
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Vietnam: The battle-tested Seargents Casey and Lance have to accompany a young Lieutenant and a group of newly arrived teenage soldiers on a practice trip in the jungle. But the trip turns ... See full summary »
During the Vietnam War, three U.S. Army troops, led by the tough-hearted Sgt. Holt, survive a Viet Cong ambush and rescue two undercover agents, named Hawkins and Jensen, whom are seeking out a mysterious Army Intelligence agent, known only as 'the General' who has classified documents detailing an illegal arms deal between a corrupt Army general, named Delevane based in the Pentagon, whom is involved in an arms-for-profit deal with a corrupt U.S. Army officer back in Vietnam, named Colonal Harker, whom has his men led by the murderous Lt. Smitty seek out 'the General' and kill him before he can disclose the info needed to end the war. As Holt and his men try to survive from both enemy Viet Cong soldiers and corrupt U.S. troops from killing them, he eventually learns that the people whom he thought he could trust are his enemies, and those whom he thinks are his enemies are really his only allies.Written by
Oh my gosh, if you want side splitting laughter you HAVE to rent this movie!
Of course, finding a copy of this one might be an incredible challenge, but if you have the time, look for it. Look everywhere, search every video store, look at every garage sale, scour every pawn shop, leave no stone unturned. At first glance I thought this was a spoof, but when I soon realized that these "actors" were trying to seriously portray Vietnam-era Army soldiers (with mullet haircuts!) it instantly got my attention. What I next witnessed was 60 minutes of the most incredibly cheesy, laugh-out-loud low budget portrayal of combat, that I can't help but think of the look on someones face after watching this movie and thinking they were paying for a movie they expected to take seriously!
This movie is, absolutely, undoubtedly, without any reservation the worst movie I have ever watched. This you can't miss!
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