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An F.B.I. Agent (Michael Rooker) and a female cop (Diane DiLascio) join forces to stop renegade cops who are killing the bad guys. Robert Patrick is the leader of the renegades, and Louis Mandylor is a reluctant young cop that is brought into the hit team.Written by
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My brother rented, and forced me to watch this movie, "Rogue Force," on video this week. New title for video, I guess, eh?
Anyway, A promising opening, but that was about it. Okay, I lied. A promising opening, midly exciting firefights, and Robert Patrick in a cop suit again (remembering Terminator 2) made it mildly enjoyable.
But the story wasn't there, the scriptwriting far behind the story, and -- okay, when I'm not a film editor and I can tell bad editing, I think that says something for a film.
On a good note, they used true SWAT team tactics and weaponry. And -- if not dramatically exciting (whatever that means) -- the action sequences were quite realistic.
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