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Strike Back: Project Dawn [DVD]
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SECTION 20 returns with two new highly-skilled and battle-hardened operatives – British Sergeant Michael Stonebridge and ex-US Delta Force Commando Damien Scott. Tasked by razor-sharp new section head, Colonel Eleanor Grant, to track the lethal, elusive terrorist LATIF, in possession of an apocalyptic WMD, our heroes must put aside their differences and defuse a plot that could ignite a war.
Strike Back: Project Dawn is a breathlessly tense, smart and sexy adventure. Across five stories, Scott and Stonebridge plunge into a terrifying siege in a Delhi hotel; mount an undercover operation to derail a weapon heist in Cape Town by a ruthless former IRA operator; take up arms against a ferocious Sudanese militia to rescue a British aid worker; track a treasonous spy in a savage Balkan gangster state; and finally, race to stop a huge-scale double suicide bomber attack in Budapest, orchestrated by the ingenious, merciless Latif. As Section 20 finally confront their nemesis, prey becomes predator in a staggering series climax...
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To give the producers and the scriptwriters credit, the cameo from Armitage which was, quite possibly, filmed in a studio in NZ because he had no time to visit South Africa, is more a part of the story-line than one would expect. I've seen the first 3 episodes and JP is not only acknowledged in flashbacks and dreams but, by episode 3, we have the reintroduction of Kenneth Bratton from series 1 and a reminder that JP saved him when he was a hostage. IMO, Porter is given a heroic send-off and has been made a part of the over-arcing story-line. What more could they do if the actor isn't available?
And my opinion of Project Dawn? The first episode, setting up the story and with gratuitous sex scenes, thanks to input from Cinemax/Skinemax, was the weakest and doubtless lost a lot of potential viewers. But there were no sex scenes in episode 2 to hold up the action and the series has been bowling along ever since. It is exciting and entertaining, and, as in series 1, is spectacularly filmed in South Africa. The vistas over Cape Town in episode 3 were quite stunning.Read more ›
Also, rather humorous (Because of overly predictable sex scenes.) More target practice for our sex obsessed hero, I guess.
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Absolutely fantastic Series 10/10 if you like action and suspense then this is for you I would also recommend the complete box set as well it has a brilliant story line in which... Read morePublished 1 month ago by William G.
Got this because we enjoyed the first series but this is awful; we only made it through 5 episodes. Gratuitous sex, too much swearing, wooden acting, and clichéd lines - no... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenny (South Africa)