While operating behind enemy lines, Sgt. Mike Ransom learns of a Russian presence in North Vietnam. Ordered to obtain proof of this discovery, Ransom returns to enemy territory but is captured and subjected to a variety of tortures. Eventually he escapes to continue his mission despite being hampered by a traitor in his own ranks.
- Stars:Reb Brown, Christopher Connelly, Louise Kamsteeg, Luciano Pigozzi, Alex Vitale, Karen Lopez, Philip Gordon, Edison Navarro, Ricardo Santos, Jim Gaines, Fred Gahudo, Juliet D. Lei, Rose De Guida, Rene Abadeza, Charlie Patiro,
- Director:Bruno Mattei,
- Writer:Claudio Fragasso, Bruno Mattei
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Strike Commando torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I'm gonna admit, at first I thought this was just another crappy movie on Netflix about sex, but it's definitely much more than that. The story line behind it is great, and the two female leads are fantastic. If I ever find this on DVD I for sure want to buy it!
(gb) wrote: As much as I wanted to like this film, it's difficult to shake the sensation that really, not a lot happens. It doesn't so much finish as the camera just stops filming stuff, and the absolute lack of a budget, and in some cases, decent actors, means it's a bit difficult to figure out why you're watching it. Still, it held my attention to the end, which should say something.
(au) wrote: ok WWII pic post WWII
(nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(jp) wrote: One of the oddest and funniest kung-fu flicks I have ever seen. Great sword and spear fighting scenes too, but Sammo takes the prize for most entertaining. "Mr. Rocking" was pretty good too for comic effect.
(mx) wrote: Short and sweet gangster flick.
(au) wrote: Battle of the sexes taxi comedy. Light hearted relief on a Saturday afternoon.
(us) wrote: Anything with Danny Kaye is worth watching, and this is especially sweet.
(fr) wrote: This was a pretty good noir. The acting and cinematography were decent, but I'm not really a fan of the procedural/docu-noir style. Most of those films play like an advertisement, or like they're promoting some new government policy. In the case of "Mystery Street", it's an advertisement for the Harvard Medical Crime Lab. That aside, it was interesting to watch a film shot in and around Boston; and Ricardo Montalban was, of course, fantastic.