R | | Action, Thriller
An ex-Navy Seal turned cook is the only person who can stop a group of terrorists when they seize control of a U.S. battleship.
The film is considered to be a Die Hard (1988) copycat, nicknamed "Die Hard on a battleship". Coincidentally, in both films, the villains carry variants of the Heckler and Koch P7 handgun. Hans Gruber uses an H&K P7M13 as his sidearm. While Strannix uses an ... ...
Now, you, sir, you are the highest-ranking officer in this room.
Cmdr. Green: That's right. The operations officer. Third in command.
William Strannix: It's a pleasure to meet you, Commander Green.
When the private informs Ryback there is a fire, Ryback tells him to "take my pies out of the oven." The private is then shown lifting pies out of the oven, but the burners are those of a propane stove. The U.S. Navy does not use propane/natural gas ovens, to carry that gas on a ship in war would be deadly. All cooking in the galley is done on electric appliances.
At the close of the credits: USS Missouri BB63 was decommissioned March 31, 1992 and is now moored at Bremerton Naval Yard, awaiting her next call to service.