Your name and the entity you represent who owns the alledged copyright protected material 3. It's an action movie of the same, rare genre as Top Gun. With both Tommy Lee Jones and Nicolas Cage, you would expect great things. Someone mentioned the Iron Eagle series. I wish there was more of those.
Oh well, I guess I will have to settle for Blue Thunder and Airwolf reruns. The dialogs, however, seemed quite okay in translation. Later Airwolf came out really whetting my appetite for more chopper action. A Release usually includes one Movie but the database also supports Releases that can include multiple Movies. I did see a couple of regular supporters in this flick that I like, but, all-in-all, it was just filler until something better came on. If you're prepared for that, it will certainly keep your eyes fixed on the screen for exactly one hour and seventeen minutes.
Not really, but it does provide simple, enjoyable entertainment and great viewing experience for the aviation fan in you. Sometimes, watching a train wreck--and a glossy one at that--can be mesmerizing. It's bad, but bordering on that so-bad-it's-good kind of way. The first problem was Apache pilots are a completely different breed than fighter jocks. Bottom line: If you see this one in the video store, keep moving. I'm not sure how it is that they could mess up the acting so badly. You can not add releases to movie collection so if you are planning to create a collection of your blu ray collection for example, rather create a Release collection and add your blurays there : If you are the copyright holder of the material presented on this page and you wish to have the material removed from this site please fill in the following data: 1.
The aerial combat is slightly below the level of Top Guns. Stilted dialog, insipid plot, derivative storyline, laughable direction and acting. I really didn't see any comparison to Top Gun whatsoever. I am not a fighter pilot though and am not in the military. Secondly, the helicopters were shown fighting jets and other helicopters. To add to the familiarity, he's also been thrown out by his wife and would like to return to her and to his daughter.
In 1983, Blue Thunder came out, being one of the first movies with decent helicopter dogfights in it. This film is nowhere near as bad as people on here claim. I can't really tell, as the Polish edition has, just like everything else, that annoying lector instead of subtitles, efficiently making all the original dialogs inaudible. Synopsis stars in the below-par action film Firebirds -- a dying ember from Reagan-era nationalistic jingoism. His group of Cobras and Blackhawks are attacked by a mercenary flying a Scorpion. I've watched many bad films over the year.
No are there some corny lines? Release is made unique by release country, format, distributor company and also the package of release. It's not a documentary, it's an action movie, one of the few of its kind aerial action movie? I don't mind the corny lines nor flaws in realism. This is trying to be Top Guns with helicopters. Alas, it fell far short. Guess where that subplot goes? The film has a slick arrogance to it, and top-flight stars in Nicholas Cage, Tommy Lee Jones, and Sean Young.
The other plot thread is less conventional and is designed to give screen time to some of Israel's finest actors of the veteran generation, who all make good use of it and are beautifully photographed. But first they have to be taught how to fly air-to-air combat missions. Jones puts in another great performance, as does Cage, even though it's by the numbers stuff. The worst movie ever made, seriously, zero redeeming qualities. The army decides to send in its best people from its Apache Air Combat school.
Top Gun was a one of the first air combat movies, and it will always remain the best. Distribution, which is done with a physical or digital dowload. After that, there were some horrible movies like the Iron Eagle sequels and the other movie I can think of It's not quite as bad is Flight of the Intruder. Inane rip-off starring Nicholas Cage as a helicopter pilot being trained by Tommy Lee Jones for a mission against drug dealers while romancing fellow pilot Sean Young. For example Die Hard Quadrilogy Bluray box includes four Die Hard Movies. He delivers line after line of cocky deadpan humour to perfection in this film. Nick Cage and Tommy Lee Jones are two very good actors.
The part of Billie was terribly miscast. It's like every shot has been filmed separately to every other one and then spliced together — badly. Cage and Jones, usually actors of some quality, are total stereotypes and probably made the biggest mistakes of their acting careers by allowing this film to ever be released with their faces and names attached to it. The plot is nice and simple, just enough to keep a story going and show off the Apaches. I'm sure that if Cage, Jones, and then up-and-comer Sean Young could go back before they signed their name on the dotted line for this one, they'd have fired pun intended their agents for even showing them the script. This movie should have been good.