Behind Enemy Lines (2001)

Behind Enemy Lines
Behind Enemy Lines
Genre
Year2001
CountryUSAUSA
Premiere
USA30.11.2001
Budget$40 000 000
Box
in world$91 753 202
USA$58 856 790
In other countries$32 896 412
DVD31.01.2006
Blu-Ray19.05.2011
Storyline
A gung-ho (yet recently disillusioned) pilot (Owen Wilson) is shot down in war-torn former Yugoslavia, after photographing illegal mass graves. He then spends the rest of the film running away a lot, while his paternal-yet-gruff commanding officer (Gene Hackman) yells at his superiors and yaks into his radio, trying to save the lad. Badly shot and edited, this throwback to '80s jingoistic pap offers few thrills and doesn't even make an attempt at characterization. Even with shoot-outs, jet plane action and cat-and-mouse soldiering, this isn't nearly as much fun as it could have been. Wilson looks lost throughout, and the majority of the film is sorta dull and cartoonish, with an egregiously idiotic climax that wouldn't convince the slowest five year old.

Mark: 10
Vote count: 1

Director

John Moore
John Moore

Actors

Owen Wilson
Owen Wilson
Gene Hackman
Gene Hackman
Admiral Leslie McMahon Reigart
Gabriel Macht
Gabriel Macht
Stackhouse
Charles Malik Whitfield (в титрах: C. Malik Whitfield)
Charles Malik Whitfield (в титрах: C. Malik Whitfield)
Capt. Rodway, USMC
David Keith
David Keith
Master Chief Tom O'Malley
Olek Krupa
Olek Krupa
Miroslav Lokar
Joaquim de Almeida
Joaquim de Almeida

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