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With nowhere else to hide, a group of mercenaries and their two prisoners take cover inside a long abandoned Bulldog tank. But, while they try to keep the forces outside at bay, the real enemy is already among them, locked inside the 'Belly of the Bulldog'.
The "tank" is a old British FV432 Mk.3 Bulldog Armored Personnel Carrier (APC). See more »
At the farmyard, the driver's door of the Range Rover is open and the first soldier closes it and moves on, but when the following soldiers enter the farmyard, the driver's door is open again. See more »
"No animals were hurt during the production of this film - only humans" See more »
Irish Soldier Laddy
Performed by Michael Smiley
Written by Phil Parker
Courtesy of Waltons Music Ltd
Licensed by Cuesongs on behalf of Waltons Music Ltd See more »
I only watched it because I thought Wheatley directed
The acting was fair, Gordon Kennedy keeps popping up, but having seen the ending coming a mile off after 10 minutes I only watched to the end for the slim chance of being proved wrong. I was not. The film started off mysteriously, asking the viewer to draw their own plot lines with weak special effects and oddball performances. Too much too soon. Perhaps it was my own fault for watching 'Darkest Day' about a month previous and expecting something different, nothing was - except the acting which was immensely improved but pi**ed away by the tired old plot. Shot with competence but no real flair for suspense, character building or even editing the film promised far more than it had to give.
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