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Black Site Delta (2017)

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A group of military prisoners must fight off a terrorist attack on their prison which, unbeknownst to them, is a cover for a secret drone control facility.

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Jesse Gustafson

Writer:

Guy Stevenson
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Credited cast:
Cam Gigandet ... Jake
Teri Reeves ... Vasquez
Benjamin Charles Watson ... Simms
Sherri Eakin ... Scarlet
Michael Randall ... Tortured Mercenary
Casey Hendershot ... Hudson
Jeremy Sande ... Mercenary
Michael Dale ... Colonel Irving
Courtney Compton ... Jeni
Dion Mucciacito ... Diego
Danny Cosmo ... Biker #2
Arash Mokhtar ... General Khan
John Brodsky ... Taylor
Curtis Nichouls Curtis Nichouls ... Biker
Chris Bosarge ... Franklin
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Cam Gigandet stars as the leader of a Dirty Dozen band of military prisoners who must fight off a terrorist attack on the remote black site prison where they're being held, which, unknown to them, is a cover for a secret drone control facility. Written by XLrator Media

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Don't expect the good guys to save you.

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At the end, when Jake is apprehensive about seeing his daughter, he looks in the mirror to see the bear he bought her in the back in a seat belt. He gets out of the car a second later, we see Jake already with the bear in his hand from the driver's seat. See more »

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Starring Cam Gigandet is not a selling point
12 May 2017 | by cheerstothecatSee all my reviews

I am really surprised the story-line for this movie on here begins with "Starring Cam Gigandet" as if he is Brad Pitt. Or even Aaron Eckhart. He is a nobody. The bad guy from Twilight is the epitome of his career. And his acting in this film makes that point very obvious. The whole thing was sloppy from beginning to end. The acting was so bad it is surprising these people were actually paid to do this. I recommend watching indie films on YouTube, because at least some of those come off made with integrity. This thing is just a waste of time. For anyone who watches it and everyone who put money and energy into it.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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