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He Who Dares (2014)

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A group of ruthless masked terrorists kidnap the Prime Ministers daughter, fortifying themselves in an underground car park rigged with explosives. A crack SAS team are sent in and must take the building one level at a time.

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Paul Tanter

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Benedict Knight ... Christopher Lowe
Simon Phillips ... Holt
Christina Bellavia Christina Bellavia ... Alice
Ewan Ross ... Det. Carpenter
Zara Phythian ... Lilya
Ben Loyd-Holmes ... Steve
Lorraine Stanley ... Marie
Kye Loren ... Dalton
Grant Huggair ... Clive
Daniel Caren ... Brian
Lockhart Ogilvie ... Alec
Tom Child Tom Child ... Mike
Warwick Evans Warwick Evans ... Downing Street Agent
Rebecca Ferdinando ... Libby
Rita Ramnani ... Elf Girl
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A group of ruthless masked terrorists kidnap the Prime Ministers daughter, fortifying themselves in an underground car park rigged with explosives. A crack SAS team are sent in and must take the building one level at a time.

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 May 2014 (Vietnam) See more »

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15 Levels Down See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The worst "movie" I've ever seen.
13 April 2014 | by firefly900See all my reviews

I served in the Army, so to see the people who are the height of military achievement being portrayed by the walking jizz rags on screen is insulting , and so are the fake reviews on here, that are shockingly obvious you wonder why they bothered at all.

I done 25 minutes of this abomination.... I couldn't take any more it was that bad. Terrible CGI and obvious Airsoft-Guns..... Obvious because you never see anyone get shot, the "actors" move their shoulders up and down whilst the camera zooms to a face or pans back to something else. You'll see constant bad effects with the camera zooming in and out for no reason coupled with constant bad music which I can only assume the director thought was cutting edge cinematography. If only he at least read a book... Just one book before diving in and clearly not knowing a single thing.

Back to the walking jizz rags..... at the start we have the A.S.S..... Sorry the S.A.S having a Christmas eve dinner..... The guys have clearly never had any military contact in any way as they look like wannabe foot ball players, and the wives.... Wannabe footballers WAGS.

The bad guys are exactly that.... BAD!

Not knowing how to act, the lead bad guy actor plays like something out of Inspector gadget.... Hes more of a cartoon than anything else. The dialogue is atrocious. Don't waste your time.... not even to see how bad it is, its not worth it.


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