The Firing Line (1991) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Firing Line (1991)





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In this low-budget, straight-to-video war drama, a Pentagon advisor working in a South American country suddenly finds his sympathies shifting toward the rebel cause when he realizes that some of the atrocities going on in the conflict-torn country are being perpetrated by his own countrymen in disguise. When he first finds out about the covert activities, he protests, but that only gets him tortured by his men. He then becomes a full-fledged renegade and begins secretly training a guerilla force to fight back. Poorly executed violence ensues.
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Reb Brown
as Mark Hardin
Shannon Tweed
as Sandra Spencer
Carl Terry
as Montiero
Mel Davidson
as Milton Green
Andy Jacobson
as Captain Delgado
Michael Monty
as Rodriguez
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Critic Reviews for The Firing Line

All Critics (1)

I'm pretty darn sure nobody associated with this flick has a copy of it in their collection, so why should you?

Full Review… | January 10, 2006

Audience Reviews for The Firing Line

This is just so bad, I sat in amazement at the crappiness of this film. It has one of the worst scores I have ever heard, the acting is mouth dropping bad. The editing is poor, the story is stupid and it just stinks overall.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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