While on an unsanctioned, covert mission in Africa, a small team of S.E.A.L.s uncovers intelligence pointing to the imminent sale of a massive quantity of weapons grade uranium. Now, with no mission prep and zero support, they have less than thirty six hours to fight their way past a ruthless warlord's army guarding this secret mining operation, hidden deep in the treacherous Congo, in order to secure the yellow-cake and expose the unknown buyer. One of America's greatest threats is about to obtain the final piece in becoming a true nuclear power and only Seal Team Eight can stop them.Written by
During the raid at around 21 mins one of the men asks for a mirror, and then says "I saw this in a movie once" and proceeds to stick the mirror around the corner the of door to spot the enemy. This is referencing the movie Saving Private Ryan which 'Tom Sizemore' was in and participated in the mirror scene in that movie. See more »
In the helicopter scene near the tall building Case leaves the helicopter first going into town and then is surprisingly back in the helicopter (1:13:38) convincing Ricks that he should let him go. See more »
I barely made it past the credits before giving up. All of the uniforms are knockoffs, knock ACU's, Type II's, and the working uniform. The gear is crappy, the tactics in communication is crappy, and that really just ruins the movie for anybody with any military knowledge at all. I would've given up on this film when I was 14 years old cause of the bad use of everything. Basically an Expendables with uniforms. Nudity, language, and guns. That's about it. A 12 year old would like this film. Other than that, watch Lone Survivor, Act of Valor, ZDT, or American Sniper if you're looking for tactics and military realism. I gave this 2 stars for effort. After recent films that have done excellent such as the ones I've listed, this kinda of movie just doesn't cut it anymore.
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