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This movie is one of those movies you try to watch when nothing else is on, and you have absolutely nothing else to do.
I tried, and I failed. I tried again, and I failed again.
I'm not much of a Treat Williams fan, but he occasionally, if only by accident, turns up in some pretty decent B movies. This isn't one of them.
The high point of the movie is a ridiculous scene with a group of cadets in a circle clanging hatchets (yes, you read that right) and yelling "Kill! Burn! Bomb! Wolverine Power!!" or some such nonsense. I actually laughed out loud. Hysterically - I couldn't stop. I ended up with the hiccups.
This movie only rates a 99 cents rental. Anything more would be overpriced.
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