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Marines (2003)

R | | Action, War | Video 2003
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Enlisting the aid of a group of Russian soldiers, a marine colonel must capture a Russian terrorist.

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Brant Cotton ... Everett
Frank Sallo ... Hamburger
... Larby
... Guillen
... Westlund (as Tom Martin)
... Anslow
Hristo Shopov ... Antonov
... Kirilenko
Lou Hirsch ... Flanders
... Andersen
George Stanchev ... Staff 1
Yavor Kalinov ... Staff 2
Nikolai Iliev ... Staff 3
... Sasha
Kalin Yavorov ... Essex
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Enlisting the aid of a group of Russian soldiers, a marine colonel must capture a Russian terrorist.

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Courage has no limits.

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Action | War

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Rated R for violence including rape, and for language | See all certifications »

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2003 (USA)  »

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American Heroes: Marines  »

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On the collar of an officer's utilities he is seen wearing the wrong brass. It is apparent that oversize eagles such as overcoat eagles were used and they are turned 90 degrees sideways. See more »

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Song of Serbia
Written by Steve Edwards
Performed by Stania Davidovich
Courtesy of Source In Sync Music
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Poor Military Quality
22 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

Early scenes depict the likelihood that no U.S. military adviser was used. No military Colonel would wear his rank brass sideways, and (this is an across-the-board condemnation of these costumers) no officer would wear overcoat brass, typically the largest piece made, on the collars or epaulets of his uniform. His brother officers would hasten to correct him in very short order. After all, "uniform" means just that.

Since the Russian officer wore shoulderboards which are standard issue, it was not possible for the costumer to make a glaring error there. Congratulations.


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