All anyone asks of Dolph Lundgren is that he deliver his lines without a fly buzzing into his mouth, and Army of One meets our low expectations with its standard tale of a tough guy running from crooked cops. Although there’s a vague promise of innovation when Lundgren’s female hostage turns out to be an equally badass female cop, the film still falls victim to the creeping familiarity of low-budget chase films conveniently set in the desert to avoid spending money on set construction. D
Army of OneAll anyone asks of Dolph Lundgren is that he deliver his lines without a fly buzzing into his mouth, and Army of One meets our low...Army of OneAction/AdventureSteven PressfieldAll anyone asks of Dolph Lundgren is that he deliver his lines without a fly buzzing into his mouth, and Army of One meets our low...1994-10-14
Genre: Action/Adventure; Starring: Dolph Lundgren, George Segal; Director: Vic Armstrong; Author: Steven Pressfield
Posted January 17 2015 — 2:22 PM EST
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