Stealth Fighter (1999)

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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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  • Erika Eleniak, Ernie Hudson, Ice-T, and Costas Mandylor in Stealth Fighter (1999)
  • 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)
  • 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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24 October 2004 | glentom1
Musta been the Y2K bug
Apparently there were more affects from the Y2K problem than we knew about, like this movie made in 2000 for example.

When it came on TV early this morning I came prepared with my IMDb.com in hand. So I already knew it was a stupid movie, but I wanted to see what the reviewers were talking about.

But I won't go into it, you really have to be at least a "Colonel" in the Navy to grasp the technology in this movie. As a prior Marine Corps Officer, I was sick to my stomach to see the supposed Marine Corps personnel in the "White House", with their bathrobe like uniforms and long hair. They could have hired the lowliest Private in the USMC to provide technical guidance at $45 a day, and he/she would have fixed almost every technical flaw of the military innacuracies.

And when the "Colonel" of the Navy reported to the President, I pretty much had it. The movie is still on, but I cannot watch it anymore.

BTW, if you want to see a really good "flying" movie, that was made using a lot of stock footage from an earlier movie, watch Dawn Patrol (1938) with Errol Flynn. Its hard to believe that movies 60+ years earlier than this one could still be more accurate, AND expertly use footage from other movies. But I suppose the studio owned the earlier movies back then, as opposed to this movie that just stole them.

Aside from technology, acting was better back then too! Oh well, read the other reviews, they do a much better job then me. (p.s., I see that IMDb pointed out IMDb as a possible spelling mistake:)

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