Child of the 70s & 80s.
Action USA...Action Texas would be more accurate, since it doesn't leave the state.
A fair few of the chaps I follow have reviewed this in recent weeks and not wanting to be left out I decided to give it a go. So...
Do you like stunts?
Do you like breasts on display within two minutes of the film starting?
Do you want to see Freddy Mercury firing a gun out of a sunroof during a high speed pursuit?
"Fear was out of the equation, we had conquered it."
This was a documentary I had wanted to see and is currently on the BBC iplayer.
This film, containing reenactments, actual video footage and talking heads, is more about soldier/mercenary Peter McAleese and survival, than it is about the failed operation to assassinate Pablo Escobar.
I was aware of Peter from years ago in other documentaries, usually to do with the SAS and it is fair to say he was…
So it was between this and Nomadland last night, I shit you not! I chose this because I was tired and it was nearly a full 30 minutes shorter. Will I never learn.
Hey it's got Mr T flying a chopper...I see what you did there...ha ha ha; your spoofing every film of the 90s and the then hip Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid...ho ho ho stop please; Pat Morita is a camp waiter...ha ha, oh stop I'm going…
AKA Quelli Che Cortana...translated Those That Matter.
Now I'm no great Euro Crime aficionado, having seen only a handful, but I am pretty sure this must be the most brutal bat shit crazy one ever...I'll be happy to hear otherwise.
The first scene has a horrific car crash with the occupants killed, the driver decapitated and a child thrown clear that is already two days dead. Turns out the kid is full of heroin containers...as brutal as this…