Published on June 1st, 2011 | by Chris1
Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia (2009)
In this straight-to-video (I think) release, Seal Team Seven(one better than team six dontcha know) gets caught up in a power grab in Colombia. I’ll keep this one short, as there’s not a lot to talk about, really.
Take some lesser-known actors, add a dash of Rambo, the A-Team, WWE wrestler “Mr. Kennedy,” plenty of action scenes and tons of corny (and badly delivered) one-liners, and what do you get? This.
They get stranded in Colombia after being framed for an attack on the compound they were about to bail out of, and of course have to prove their innocence. All this while the CIA (or is it NSA, get your bureaus straight lol!) takes over the operation to try and preserve some diplomatic face….
And actually, somwhat ashamedly, I kind of enjoyed it. Yeah it has its flaws. Plenty of them. But this is a fun little action movie at its core. Not to bloody, not too far over the top, not a lot of profanity (but just enough,) no big message, and no pretentiousness to speak of. If I had to put a label on it, I’d say this is definitely one of those “guy” movies.
The ending though, was a bit too abrupt for me, and there were a couple of continuity faults that I noticed, and the premise isn’t explained well enough. Like I said, the acting isn’t top-notch, but it’s not half bad either.
File this under “Weekend afternoon popcorn muncher” and you’d be spot on. It’d have been a lot better if those corny one-liners had been delivered with a little more setup and better timing!
Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia
Colombia is in chaos, caught in a bitter war between its government and insurgent guerillas. A team of U.S. Navy SEALS is sent on a secret mission to observe a meeting between the factions and ensure peace is the end result…
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Audience Rating: R (Restricted)
Manufacturer: Fox Searchlight
Original Release Date:
- Joe Manganiello
- Ken Anderson
- Channon Roe
- Yancey Arias
- Chris J. Johnson
Summary: File this under "Weekend afternoon popcorn muncher" and you'd be spot on. It'd have been a lot better if those corny one-liners had been delivered with a little more setup and better timing!