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on 30 March 2016
What you have here is simply some cross European film made cheaply, featuring some actors who would be quite familiar in their respective territories to garner something of a profit, and to maybe cash in on the Rambo franchise at the same time....
The result is so etching that isn't just bad, it's boring and a shameful waste of talent, considering the excel tic cast.
Lewis Collins is basically reprising his role in who Dares Wins, but this time with added pouting, sending his team to the camp that resembles the one from First Blood: Part II.
Van Cleef looks like he's flew in from another movie. He appears every now and again with that face he has like someone is shining a bright light in his face.
Borgnine is the special guest star of the piece, arriving in a suit, spouting out some Basil Expositon, and then walking off again.
And Kinski plays a normal person. If he were to be an absolute nutcase like he allegedly was in real life, he may have injected some much needed interest in the film.
It's as stale as last years bread, and just like the said bread, leaves an awful aftertaste.