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Rangers (2000)

R | | Action | Video 11 October 2000
A black ops unit goes to middle east after a terrorist. They are betrayed and their operative is caught. Later, unit leader starts an investigation. Meanwile the enemy offers the operative a chance for revenge against his superiors.

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... Shannon
... Broughten
... Senator
... Fenton
Bean Miller ... Rogoff
... Hamir
... Kelly
Edouard Saad ... Hadad (as Eddy Saad)
William Langlois ... Kenner (as William L. Monroe)
... Ketim
... General Smith
... Baker (as Stephen Franken)
... Ahmed
Nadine Corde ... Courtney (as Nadine-Maren Corde)
... Radio Terrorist (as Mark Vahanian)
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A black ops unit goes to middle east after a terrorist. They are betrayed and their operative is caught. Later, unit leader starts an investigation. Meanwile the enemy offers the operative a chance for revenge against his superiors.

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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11 October 2000 (Australia)  »

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Comando de Resgate  »

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As a B-action film fan, I am very angry and upset.
16 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

I thought this movie would be cool like those US Seals and Delta Force movies that keeping coming out. I really like low budget features; it shows how hard the film makers have to work to get a decent project out. But this Rangers piece of junk is just an insult to every 80's action film fan out there. Even my wife recognized the stock footage from Delta Force in the first ten minutes. They stole significant fight footage from Delta Force, Navy Seals, Invasion USA many times over, and the bus scene was obviously from Red Heat. How could film makers put this out? So sad. Why do I have to watch a Chuck Norris movie without Chuck Norris, but instead starring that dorky guy from Seinfeld that was pretending to sell computers out of the garage of George Costanzas father? Why?


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