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In 90 minutes of film, "Tag" Taggar proves himself to be a top notch soldier of fortune, industrialist, pilot, corporate CEO, bomb disarmer, and ladies man. He makes the Dos Equis beer man appear just a little less interesting.
Although the characters were cliched and the story got lost now and then, I enjoyed this movie. It's not that great overall, but it has some really good scenes. For example, the whole idea of this flesh eating virus, and the horrifying special effects they used to show it in this movie, were just brilliant. Of course the whole helicopter chase mentioned in the summary is the most action packed part of the whole film, but there are some other exciting scenes too. A pretty good 80s action movie, if you ask me.
Not just about getting even but getting ahead. American patriot and Corporate CEO retrieves a deadly chemical weapon from the Russians and then saves the city of Dallas from being gassed by corporate rival Joe Don Baker--very Un-American.
1 of the corniest & worst action flicks Ive seen