A crew of African American pilots in the Tuskegee training program, having faced segregation while kept mostly on the ground during World War II, are called into duty under the guidance of Col. A.J. Bullard.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
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Just before the APC starts attacking the rebel base, a Blue Jay can be seen. Since 'Soldiers of Fortune' takes place in Eastern Europe, there should be no Blue Jays there, as Blue Jays are a North American species of bird. See more »
[talking by radio while surveilling]
Okay, Miss Mike, you're in.
Watch your ass.
[sneaking into a stronghold, disguised wearing a burka]
Definitely Taliban presence here. Not a lot, but they're here. Over.
If you see Bin Laden, you can give him a big New York kiss. Then chop his nuts off. You can wear them as earrings.
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With a somewhat good cast, actors with lot of experience - it is very difficult to watch this film as something other than surprisingly horrible.
It is filled with mistakes, uniforms, weapons, really bad effects and also the music seems more bought from a cheap sound library than made specifically for this movie...
SPOILER: Well no need to spoil anything, cause everything is way to obvious and nothing new here...
I feel kind a cheated for the actors input and also for not having more humor since all characters really plays it up...
The 3 stars given is because of the actors is in the movie, and sometimes some beautiful scenery and that I watched it (although I checked my mobile several times and went for more pops) I LOVE movies, but this one and stupid unnecessary violent horror movies is really waste of "going to the movies" and can only range as an amazingly strange B movie.
Heroes with a big laugh.
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