A team of highly trained operatives find themselves trapped inside an isolated military compound after its AI is suddenly shut down. The crew begins to experience strange and horrific phenomena as they attempt to uncover what killed the previous team.
"Armed Response" started out alright, but it quickly lost its momentum and settled comfortably into something less than mediocre.
The movie was plagued by a fairly pointless story. Actually, once it was revealed what was going on, then the movie went into a stale mode and just trotted onwards without any ups or downs.
The characters in "Armed Response" were like cardboard cutouts, and you didn't really connect with them. With that being said, it should also be said that there was actually some fairly good acting from the cast.
"Armed Response" had a fairly adequate cast to perform in the movie, with Wesley Snipes, of course, being the big name to pull in the audience.
This was not an extraordinary movie experience in any sense. And I can't really recommend that you spend time, money or effort of the movie, unless you are a fan of anyone in the movie.
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