A small gang of criminals is planning to commit a gold heist not knowing that the new member of their gang is actually a police detective. But when his true identity is revealed to the gang... See full summary »
A lot of well-known Finnish actors in low-budget action flick
The "Dirty Half Dozen" are sent to look for a football-shaped bomb, and hilarity ensues when... No wait, this is a Visa Mäkinen movie, hilarity doesn't really ensue anywhere. The high point of the film is probably when they blow up a crappy old Bedford van with a nice custom paint job on it. Otherwise, it's pretty much the same clueless camp humour as always - men in drag, illogical plot lines and attempts at exploitation without showing any titties. A couple of scenes are bizarrely funny though, such as when they have a party - everyone appears tipsy, yet they're only having lemonade and ice cream. Includes lots of footage from the Finnish Defence Forces locations, as the storyline is based around a military exercise.
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