Today - the global war on terror rages on. The United States will not give an inch against terrorists, especially Mohamed Jamar, considered to be the worst of them all. Jamar has been missing for months, but his network continues its function. The President stands firm before the world, but behind the scenes his teams are working to find the final solution. Jamar represents a paradox: he can never be killed, because if found dead he would become an instant martyr. If caught he must be tried. If he is found guilty he would become a martyr and further inspiration to acts of terror. If acquitted, the policies of the entire western world would be destroyed. So he must remain invisible. Roberta Jones, the head of the National Security Agency, is working to ensure he remains invisible, forever. Under the guise of attending an Eastern European conference on Terror in Romania, she attends a secret meeting with Jamar at a secluded hotel outside Bucharest. No one knows about this meeting and ...Written by
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I would have rated it higher, 5.5 stars, if not for the massive dose of hollywood's hatred of America, the military, and business.
I would have rated it higher, 5.5 stars, if not for the massive dose of hollywood's hatred of America, the military, and business. Very disappointing that hollywood uses it position to promote such bias. ~ In a fast changing scenery of who's who and who's not Dolph does a lot less of the close quarter combat grunting noises and a little less violence in this attempt to present him as a little more cerebral. Dolph's role shows him as more of a 'good guy' than the usual 'good-bad guy'. Yes, the infinite ammo cheat pops up when needed and I always laugh that they fire hundreds of rounds that would have weighed fifty to seventy-five pounds. Several of the actors are much better in their parts than in most of Dolph's earlier movies, but Jerry Springer, how could anyone take any movie serious with Jerry Springer playing a serious part?!? Again, it would have been a decent movie if hollywood would keep out hatred of all things American.
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