Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines (2014/Fox DVD)
B- Sound: C+ Extras: A Film: C+
Team 8 discover a plot by terrorist to buy weapons grade uranium
after rescuing an agent in the field. With zero back up, low on ammo
and a small window of opportunity, the team must venture deep into
the heart of Africa to uncover the mysterious seller and buyers, and
protect the world from terrorist getting their hands on WMDs. The
team is a covert ops that is called in for illegal operations to stop
druglords, warlords, and other threats to the civilized world.
they discover a plot for weapons grade uranium for WMDs they must
discover who is the mysterious seller, the mine's location and buyer.
As Team 8 get closer to their target and the truth, one by one the
team member get picked off until their is only one left, but
regardless of odds the mission must be complete in Roel Reine's Seal
Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines (2014), a supposed-but-belated 4th
Behind Enemy Lines film.
was your average war soldier story, the lone soldier getting revenge
for all his fallen brothers and somehow saving the day. In general I
judge war movies by how believable does soldiers act and look, do I
believe they are military or do they look more like weekend
paint-ballers. While the special effects were decent, the plot was
way too transparent, I guessed early on the mysterious evil arch
enemy was actually the character/agent they rescued in the beginning.
As for the finale, it was a bit over the top with a lone Seal is a
one man army and takes on an entire city of terrorists.
anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image is as good as it will get for
this format, but the lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 mix is lacking often.
This is on Blu-ray too and that would likely offer better playback.
Extras include commentary by the director, the Ultimate Mission,
Surviving the Shoot, Master of Chaos and trailers.