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Mercenaries (2011)

Andy Marlow, an ex British S.A.S serviceman turned mercenary, is sent into the Balkans after a military coup has arisen to rescue a U.S ambassador and his aide.

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Paris Leonti

Writer:

Paris Leonti (screenplay)
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Robert Fucilla ... Andy Marlow
Kirsty Mitchell ... Beatrice
Robert James-Collier ... Callum (as Rob James-Collier)
Danny Sapani ... Ambassador
Antony Byrne Antony Byrne ... Olodan Gragovic
Geoff Bell ... Vladko
Nicholas Sidi ... Dragan
Michael Nardone ... Radovic
Vas Blackwood ... Zac
Robert Boulter ... Lucas
Billy Zane ... Colonel Torida
Ian Burfield ... Anton
Stewart Scudamore ... Ivano
Dre' Michael Chaney Dre' Michael Chaney ... Harry
Andrew Harwood Mills ... Grigory
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Andy Marlow, an ex British S.A.S serviceman turned mercenary, is sent into the Balkans after a military coup has arisen to rescue a U.S ambassador and his aide.

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They Always Make You Pay

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Action | Drama

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 January 2012 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Mercenaires See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Featured in Behind the Lines (2011) See more »

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Dreadful Film!
8 April 2012 | by dsshadowgirlSee all my reviews

Dreadful Film! OK, many people have already referred to the fact that this is such a dreadful film already. The biggest problem is that if you combine terrible acting with a terrible script then the only sure fire thing you are going to get is a terrible film. It's all just so implausible that a group of amateurs who clearly have not bothered to get any military adviser on board start running round someone's back garden to convince the viewer that they are on some kind of clandestine rescue mission. Mr Fuccilla is clearly no leading man and is unable to carry a gun properly, never mind a movie. His dialog is simply risible.

Does the movie have any redeeming features? Critics, even the hard- nosed ones, will try and find at least one redeeming factor but alas, in this case, it seems to be impossible. It seems that the key to this movie lies in its funding. If you read the PR suicide article on Mr Fuccilla in the Guardian you can see that this is another vanity project. The Merchant Banker might do better spending the money on acting lessons.

In the end, the poster tells it all: on IMDb we see Fuccilla face on in big close up. By the time the movie is released we see the DVD cover with everyone with their backs to us. If the Merchant Banker at the head of the vanity project turns his back on his own film - it's time for the viewer to do the same!


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