Delta Force 3: The Killing Game Reviews

  • Feb 14, 2012

    I like this for many reasons. I thought the storyline was put together nicely. The action was there all the way through. The characters were easy to like. Mike Norris is a better actor than chuck Norris, although not as good at martial arts. Lol. Just an overall good watch. In many ways I like it better than the original.

    I like this for many reasons. I thought the storyline was put together nicely. The action was there all the way through. The characters were easy to like. Mike Norris is a better actor than chuck Norris, although not as good at martial arts. Lol. Just an overall good watch. In many ways I like it better than the original.

  • Oct 19, 2011

    I remember it being so much better when I was a kid. I don't know how... but I did.

    I remember it being so much better when I was a kid. I don't know how... but I did.

  • May 10, 2010

    AS it turns out, the terrorist was a nut meanwhile their fearless leader is a coward bent on wanting to save his own butt. Badly written and cheesly creamy, Delta Force 3 is a bad film that you'll never see. Now, start breathing, we can all move on.

    AS it turns out, the terrorist was a nut meanwhile their fearless leader is a coward bent on wanting to save his own butt. Badly written and cheesly creamy, Delta Force 3 is a bad film that you'll never see. Now, start breathing, we can all move on.

  • Dec 29, 2009

    Not that the first one was good, but they should have stopped at two."

    Not that the first one was good, but they should have stopped at two."

  • Aug 22, 2009

    I remember when I first heard about Delta Force 3, I remember thinking "How the fuck can Cannon make a Delta Force sequel without Chuck Norris!" The cover art only portrayed a group of second generation actors that were either children of siblings to famous Hollywood folk. Curiously got the best of me so of course I bought it but my original inclination was right, Norris is SORELY missed. The plot is completely uninteresting as we are introduced to our new Delta Force team as they prepare to head into the middle east to wipe out a terrorist threat that is sending human bombs to America. It's the same basic plotline to a thousand other B-action films. The film might have been somewhat likable if Norris returned (notoriously he turned it down due to a near fatal helicopter crash on the set of Delta Force 2) but Cannon forged on to complete their Delta force trilogy with their hype young cast (resulting in the cheesy tagline "Younger and tougher... because they have to be). As expected the new Delta Force can't make up for his absence. Norris has a charm to him that none of our new cast, no matter how many of them you add, can make up for. Norris's son, Mike Norris, does make an appearance here. So does Sean Penn's brother Matthew Penn, John Cassavete's son Nick Cassavetes, and Michael Douglas's son Eric Douglas. They of course don't hold a candle to their more famous relatives. Delta Force 3 really shows Cannon as a shadow of their former selves. They use to make B-action films that were highly entertaining now they are reduced to making direct-to-video drivel that insults their B-action franchises. The production values are low, the acting is bad, the plot is forgettable. All this was directed by Sam Firstenberg, the same guy that gave us the grand Cannon efforts as American Ninja 1 & 2 as well as Revenge of the Ninja. Shame on you Firstenberg for not bringing that same magic to Delta Force 3. It desperately need that B-action magic... as well as Norris, Chuck Norris that is. Bonus Rant: Like the Delta Force 2, the filmmakers also had some issues with the subtitle here. All in carnations on home video had the simple title "Delta Force 3" on the cover artwork but the film itself always portrayed the "Delta Force 3: The Killing Game." Come on guys, make up your mind! Subtitle or no subtitle!

    I remember when I first heard about Delta Force 3, I remember thinking "How the fuck can Cannon make a Delta Force sequel without Chuck Norris!" The cover art only portrayed a group of second generation actors that were either children of siblings to famous Hollywood folk. Curiously got the best of me so of course I bought it but my original inclination was right, Norris is SORELY missed. The plot is completely uninteresting as we are introduced to our new Delta Force team as they prepare to head into the middle east to wipe out a terrorist threat that is sending human bombs to America. It's the same basic plotline to a thousand other B-action films. The film might have been somewhat likable if Norris returned (notoriously he turned it down due to a near fatal helicopter crash on the set of Delta Force 2) but Cannon forged on to complete their Delta force trilogy with their hype young cast (resulting in the cheesy tagline "Younger and tougher... because they have to be). As expected the new Delta Force can't make up for his absence. Norris has a charm to him that none of our new cast, no matter how many of them you add, can make up for. Norris's son, Mike Norris, does make an appearance here. So does Sean Penn's brother Matthew Penn, John Cassavete's son Nick Cassavetes, and Michael Douglas's son Eric Douglas. They of course don't hold a candle to their more famous relatives. Delta Force 3 really shows Cannon as a shadow of their former selves. They use to make B-action films that were highly entertaining now they are reduced to making direct-to-video drivel that insults their B-action franchises. The production values are low, the acting is bad, the plot is forgettable. All this was directed by Sam Firstenberg, the same guy that gave us the grand Cannon efforts as American Ninja 1 & 2 as well as Revenge of the Ninja. Shame on you Firstenberg for not bringing that same magic to Delta Force 3. It desperately need that B-action magic... as well as Norris, Chuck Norris that is. Bonus Rant: Like the Delta Force 2, the filmmakers also had some issues with the subtitle here. All in carnations on home video had the simple title "Delta Force 3" on the cover artwork but the film itself always portrayed the "Delta Force 3: The Killing Game." Come on guys, make up your mind! Subtitle or no subtitle!

  • Apr 24, 2009

    this movie sucked plenty =).......

    this movie sucked plenty =).......

  • Feb 28, 2009

    No Chuck Plus fail!!!

    No Chuck Plus fail!!!

  • Jan 22, 2009

    Chuck is replaced by his brother, and the sons of Kirk Douglas and John Cassevettes take the lead roles in this average anti-terrorist flick. Not awful by all means, but the low budget is plain to see.

    Chuck is replaced by his brother, and the sons of Kirk Douglas and John Cassevettes take the lead roles in this average anti-terrorist flick. Not awful by all means, but the low budget is plain to see.

  • Mar 28, 2008

    Mike Norris is God actually not that bad enjoyed the ending

    Mike Norris is God actually not that bad enjoyed the ending

  • Sep 13, 2007

    Not as good as the first but still worth watching

    Not as good as the first but still worth watching