Force 10 from Navarone (1978)
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Based on a novel by Alistair MacLean, this sequel to The Guns of Navarone follows a group of WWII strategy experts who have been sent to thwart the Nazi forces by blowing up a key bridge. However, their plan is endangered by a traitor in their midst.
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Critic Reviews for Force 10 from Navarone
To say it's action-packed is an understatement
A very cool, unpretentious war film about a mission to blow up a dam.
Entertaining war flick shadowed by superior original.
A guilty pleasure to be sure, but Ford is great and Robert Shaw's final speech is irresistible.
Audience Reviews for Force 10 from Navarone
Standard bit about our early special forces boys going against the evil Nazis plotting world demise. There's no surprises here, none at all, but everyone does gives their money's worth. Not bad, but not good either.More
Your typical bank holiday afternoon flick which you watch cos you have nothing much else to do haha
Classic cast....Ford, Shaw, Nero, Kiel, Bach, Weathers etc.. in a daring WW2 mission much on the form of all other war flicks of the time, nothing wrong with that but its very predictable and full of wooden German soldier acting and plenty of now dated looking effects.
Very much the same type of star studded war flick like The Dirty Dozen and Where Eagles Dare, this was a big release and popular stuff yrs ago, based on a MacClean novel and a good boys own adventure its pretty much for the guys only haha
Carl Weathers early performance is a treat to behold haha ;) really.
Exciting action-adventure sequel to the classic Guns of Navarome with cool cast including my favourite number one idol, Harrison Ford.More
The idea of a sequel to The Guns Of Navarone (that has nothing at all to do with it) sounds deeply unpromising, but this is a reasonably efficient WWII action film. Unspectacular but inoffensive.More
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