Stealth Fighter (1999)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller


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Ice-T stars as a naval pilot that fakes his own death, and later ends up employed by a Latin American arms dealer. He steals a stealth fighter from a U.S.A.F. base in the Phillippines, and ... See full summary »


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  • Ice-T and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • Erika Eleniak, Ernie Hudson, Ice-T, and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • Erika Eleniak, Ernie Hudson, Ice-T, and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • Erika Eleniak, Ernie Hudson, Ice-T, and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • Erika Eleniak, Ernie Hudson, Ice-T, and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)

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Director:

Jim Wynorski

Writers:

Lenny Juliano, T.L. Lankford (additional dialogue), John A. Sanders (story writer)

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28 August 2004 | StoneGriffin
Another bad one from Wynorski
Director Jim Wynorski sure works a lot in tinseltown, but is on autopilot most of the time. This film is typical of his 'espionage / "military action" thriller genre. Generally mediocre acting, writing and direction that harks back to the glory days of Golan/Globus back in the 1980s. Wynorsky sure like military action thrillers, but he'd better get a military advisor one of these days.... the uniforms are either atrocious or worn wrong, the tactics are laughable, the weapons are many times inappropriate for the usage/anachronistic/obsolete, and EVERYONE who ever has worn a beret in a Wynorski film has always worn one three sizes too small!!! Too Funny! A waste of good talent. Costas Mandylor, Hudson, Sadler, Divoff and all the others have done much better in other films. Things to watch for: a) Costas Mandylor's character slips a package of high explosive into his shirt (rather than carry it in some sort of package or bag) when he's on the helicopter riding into battle. b) The usage of stock footage from Christopher Walken's 1980 film "The Dogs of War". In fact this director uses TONS of stock footage from other, larger budgeted films in a lot of his projects. Spotting them is always fun. :) This is a good time killer if you are an afficionado of "bad cinema". If you like well done military action, forget it. The battle sequences are truly bad and the 'commando's carry too little equipment, the nitpicker who is a fan of military action movies will find tons more to criticize! ;)

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