The memorial plaque to William Donald, beside which Stratton and Sumner pause while walking along the Thames, refers to a real event. The plaque's actual location is not on that riverside wall, but in Postman's Park in the City of London, a few miles north-east of the location depicted in the film. See more »
During the final fight scene on the bus, it becomes obvious that the knife of Stratton's attacker is made of some bendable material (most likely rubber). See more »
What is this Cummings?
This? This is absolution
[turns his gun on himself]
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I don't really have a polite thing to say about this film at all. It had so much promise but delivered jack!
There were some fine actors cast, but even they could not breathe any life into it. I actually feel sorry for the 17 individuals that were the main cast. Tom Felton, previously of the Harry Potter series, must wonder where his career failed so badly!
As the Military Adviser, Mr Richard Smedley should be ashamed of himself, that his name is against this shocking portray of our special forces. I really hope that he was overruled on how the final film would look!
Poorly filmed, poorly scripted, poorly acted and poorly advised!
Don't bother, unless you are extremely desperate!
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