Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia


Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia

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Columbia is in chaos, and as a brigade of US Navy SEALS embark on a secret mission to ensure that peace talks between the country's government and insurgent guerillas don't erupt into violence, an unforeseen complication threatens all out war. Out of nowhere, the meeting falls under attack and the leaders from both sides are killed. The SEALS have been framed for the crime, leaving them to fight for their lives from behind enemy lines. Abandoned by their government and left for dead, the weary soldiers race to uncover the evidence that will prove their innocence while ensuring that the violence is contained. Should the fighting spill over the border, the entire region could be plunged into a nightmarish inferno of war and death. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Joe Manganiello
as Lt. Sean Macklin
Channon Roe
as Petty Officer 2nd Class Kevin Derricks
Chris J. Johnson
as Petty Officer 3rd Class Steve Gaines
Antony Matos
as Petty Officer 2nd Class Greg Armstrong
Keith David
as Commander Scott Boytano
Jennice Fuentes
as Nicole Jenkins
Steven Bauer
as Gen. Manuel Valez
Yancey Arias
as Alvaro Cardona
Mr. Kennedy
as Chief Carter Holt
Fernando Allende
as President of Colombia
Anibal O. Leras
as Carlos Rivera
Brian Tester
as CIA Agent
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Audience Reviews for Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia

  • Jan 07, 2011
    i found this to be at times watchable, and the action wasn't too bad, but there wasn't as much as I thought there would be. There is quite a drop off with talent from the first(haven't seen the second one yet). But when you go from Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman to Ken Anderson(I actually like Anderson), there is a bit of a drop off. The dialogue was pretty bad for the most part. It seemed as if the characters were either going for one liners(and failed) or bad dialogue was executed.
    Ken D Super Reviewer
  • Jul 19, 2010
    Going into this film as a WWE Production I had little faith in it being good. Being a WWE fan, I wanted to watch it anyhow, and see if they've stepped up since what I seen as fails with projects like "The Marine" with John Cena. I can happily say, they've finally did a movie, that to me felt like a legit movie. Mr Kennedy only plays a secondary role, and he is not super-hero status, like most WWE Superstars are in the movies they play in. Kennedy actually has a very down to earth role with the rest of his Navy Seals Sqaud of 5. Throw in some gore, some great gun fight scenes, a pretty neat little twist, and some decent acting and you got a fair movie. For me, it was one of the best WWE Production films to come out yet, and I give it props for that. I liked it and would recommend it to anyone who is into high time action, military, flicks.
    Bobby H Super Reviewer
  • Oct 20, 2009
    <i>Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia</i> is an enjoyable straight to DVD action flick from WWE. I wasn't expecting much because I tend to hate WWE films, but this one was rather impressive. The plot was nothing special, it centers around a Navy SEALS team that is stuck in Colombia with scores of bad guys chasing them down. We've seen it all before, but the action was fast-paced and intense. The fights, both hand-to-hand and guns, were very well choreographed. The score was fitting and solid, and the cinematography was nice. I was also really glad that they didn't make Ken Anderson (aka WWE Wrestler Mr. Kennedy) the main star, even though that's how this film was marketetd. He hardly even has a supporting role in this thank god... because when he was given dialog, he delivered it horribly. If you're in the mood for a popcorn military-style action flick, don't be afraid to check this one out. It doesn't disappoint in that sense.
    Derek A Super Reviewer
  • Aug 06, 2009
    I found this movie to be decent for a made for dvd movie. I mean I have seen much worse, like Joy Ride 2 and Lost Boys 2. While the WWE's former star Mr. Kennedy is less stiff on screen than the over-rated WWE star John Cena. I think he was better here than Cena was in both of his movies despite not being the main star. Director Tim Matheson (Animal House, Fletch) handles the action fine as well. But other than that this movie isn't that different than the previous BEL films. But I was more into it than I expected to be anyway.
    Jim W Super Reviewer

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