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Battle Force (2012)

R | | Action, War | 1 July 2012 (USA)
An elite fighting unit was formed for a desperate mission. Cornered and caught the only way out was to aim, fire and stay alive.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Lt. Allen Wright
... Sergeant Douglas E. Dickie (as Clint Glenn)
... Private Fitzpatrick
... Private Barnett (as Kye Davis)
... Private Joe Ragusa
... Private Walter Reeves
... Captain Lyle Lewis
... Antonino
... Caterina
Sarmarie Klein ... Rosalia
... Reinhardt Von Klaus
... Lieutenant Colonel Akehurst
... Lieutenant Colonel Shelton
Rod Halmshaw ... Werner
Adam Karell ... Private Kelley
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In the thick of WWII, the 1st Special Service Force unit is called to duty on a secret rescue mission. Challenged by Nazis at every turn, our band of heroes bunker in a bombed out city and race against time to relay a message that is crucial to the Allies invasion of Sicily. Cornered and caught between a rock and a hard place, they only have one option: fire more bullets! Written by Anonymous

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The Worst Is Yet To Come

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Action | War

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Rated R for some war violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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1 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Battle Force - Todeskommando Aufklärung  »

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Movie basis is 1968 Devils Brigade with Cliff robertson, William Holden. See more »

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In the beginning of the movie, one of the troops is using a German rifle, which is a bolt action rifle. He never uses the bolt inbetween shots, giving the impression it is a semi-automatic rifle. See more »

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Lili Marleen (Lied eines Wachtposten)
Music by Norbert Schultze
Lyrics by Hans Leip
Performed by Lale Andersen
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Nice idea with practical failures
10 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

A special forces group fighting against odds on a suicidal mission. So much to the story, which is a workable plot. Equipment, at least on the Allied side, looks authentic. Individual acting is not bad, sometimes above average, maybe even too slick at points. The Nazi officer is overdrawn. The problem is the lack of combat feel. Some of the worst shootings in movie history. Special forces not able to aim, the Germans not doing any better. Tactics, group movement, avoiding ambushes (if there were any)...forget it. Surprisingly good close and knife combat between the LT and an Italian guy. A few minutes later, surprisingly underwhelming close combat between the LT and some other guy (saving the spoiler). The amusing thing is, the movie is not the typical B class movie that needs 30 seconds to quit, but is entertaining in its own way, with its mix of setting and dialogue, esp. with the Missouri GI. 70% watchable, the rest is running around and shooting...and missing.


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