At a college visit to a war buddy's professor daughter, mercenary Karl Thomasson finds her brutally beaten. He then poses as a teacher to teach a lesson, and get revenge, on the brash football jocks responsible.
Barbara Jane Reams
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Prequel to the first Missing In Action, set in the early 1980s it shows the capture of Colonel Braddock during the Vietnam war in the 1970s, and his captivity with other American POWs in a brutal prison camp, and his plans to escape.
A former mercenary joins a military academy as a teacher. He soon discovers a neo-Nazi group, code-named Werewolves, formed among the cadets. He also quickly finds that they have military leadership among the officers at the Academy.Written by
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In the first three Substitue films, the protagonist works with a team of mercenaries that he served with in combat. In this film he doesn't work with his mercenary team, but he does work with one an old member of his team who is a martial arts teacher at the military academy. See more »
Considering that the protagonist and his allies are former special forces operators, their actions demonstrate a serious lack of training or capabilities in that area. See more »
We're prime for another civil war. This time its whites against blacks.
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The worst of the Substitute movies, that says it all!
The plot is so bad it makes some of the other Substitute movies seem like award winners. The specially trained school kids are to laugh at, but this is not a comedy. Only watch this if you want some award for watching Substitutes I II III and IV. My advice is not to do them in one setting, unless you are comatose already.
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