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Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia (2009)

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Navy SEALS mount an attack on Colombian special forces to clear their names and rescue a hostage.


Tim Matheson


James Dodson (based on characters created by), Tobias Iaconis | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Manganiello ... Lt. Sean Macklin
Ken Anderson ... MCPO Carter Holt (as Mr. Kennedy)
Channon Roe ... CPO Kevin Derricks
Yancey Arias ... Alvaro Cardona
Chris Johnson ... PO3 Steve Gaines (as Chris J. Johnson)
Antony Matos ... PO2 Greg Armstrong
Keith David ... Cmdr. Scott Boytano
Jennice Fuentes ... Nicole Jenkins
Steven Bauer ... Gen. Manuel Valez
Tim Matheson ... Carl Dobbs
Luzangeli Justiniano Luzangeli Justiniano ... Maria Cardona
Anibal O. Lleras ... Carlos Rivera
Rey Hernandez ... Ramirez (as Rey Hernández)
Roy Sánchez-Vahamondes Roy Sánchez-Vahamondes ... TV Reporter (as Roy Sánchez-Vahamonde)
Tom Minder Tom Minder ... Op-Tech


Navy SEALS mount an attack on Colombian special forces to clear their names and rescue a hostage.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


Framed. Abandoned. But Never Defeated. See more »


Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


In the final scene loading the coffin, the aircraft in the hangar, N246DH, is an SA-227 Sweringen Metroliner. Although the logo is not shown, this aircraft is owned and operated by Ameriflight, Inc., an all-cargo company based in Burbank, CA. This particular aircraft is the high gross weight Expediter version and was previously owned by DHL International (Note the DH in the tail number). It was originally white, black and maroon, DHL's colors at the time, before being repainted in the white and two-tone blue colors of Ameriflight in the late 90's. See more »


Near the end of the film, Lt. Sean Macklin hands over the footage to Alvaro Cardona. Cardona clearly has a bullet wound and blood spatter on this right shoulder. Then, in the next scene he is wearing a uniform with no wound. Also the placement of all the characters in these two shots change drastically. Most notably is the distance change between Cardona and LT. Macklin. See more »


Columbian Soldier: All you Americans think you're Rambo!
Chief Carter Holt: Actually, I prefer John McClane.
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References The Rumble in the Jungle (1974) See more »


Mi Llamita
Written by E. Bayoán Ríos-Escribano
Performed by Grupo Tepeu
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More Rambo than John McClane
8 January 2014 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

Navy SEAL team 7 is in Colombia to battle the FARC and the drug cartels. Lt. Macklin (Joe Manganiello) leads his men to a compound deep in the jungle. There they find a peace conference between FARC and government troops. Suddenly mysterious forces attack the conference and the SEALs. The SEALs are framed for the whole incident.

The action is much better the BEL 2. They've got rid of all that horrific cheesy effects. It's a much better looking movie. Joe Manganiello is a good lead actor. They have a pretty good movie going when they get to the compound.

The story is questionable. The whole conspiracy is questionable. But how 2 guys with barely functional language skills could take on so much is too unreasonable. One bad guy asked if he thinks he's Rambo. The guy comes back saying he's more John McClane. No! This is full on Rambo.

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Release Date:

6 January 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Behind Enemy Lines 3: Ghost Watch See more »

Filming Locations:

Puerto Rico

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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