Guilty as Charged (2000)

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A military leader has taken the notion of discipline in the services too far in this action-drama. Lt. John Murphy (Antonio Sabato Jr., taking over the role played by Mark Dacascos in the first film) is sent in to investigate when a large number of American soldiers are reported missing from a remote military installation. Going undercover, Murphy pays a call to Lt. Col. Strauss (James Remar), and discovers a shocking secret -- Strauss has turned his base of operations into a kangaroo court, with the Lieutenant Colonel and his men serving as judge, jury, and executioners against soldiers who they feel are not living up to the high standards of military behavior. Murphy must now find a way to bring Strauss and his henchmen to justice and save the lives of the unjustly accused soldiers without tipping his hand in the process. Also released as Guilty As Charged, The Base II also features Melissa Lewis, Duane Davis, and Yuji Okumoto. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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R (for strong violence, language and brief sexuality.)
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Action & Adventure
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Studio Home Entertainment

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Cast

Antonio Sabato Jr.
as Sgt. Hawks
James Remar
as Lt. Col. Strauss
Duane Davis
as Goose
Elijha Mahar
as Willetts
Emilio Rivera
as Private Ramirez
Robert Crow
as General Gray
Johnny Urbon
as Lt. Zach
William Jones
as Lt. Colonel Serano
Randy Mulkey
as Colonel Howard
Carlos Cervantes
as Ramirez's Father
Bob Rudd
as General Walsh
Elijah Mahar
as Willetts
John Ashker
as Fisher
Kurt Bryant
as Soldier
Danny Wynands
as Soldier
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* (out of four) A military court has just got on Antonio Sabato Jr's bad side. Sabato investigates with the courts are responsible for a string of soldier deaths. Not much plot and very silly dialogue that revolves around Antonio as he struts across the screen.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

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