Toy Soldiers (1991)  » Movies  »
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    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Toy Soldiers, directed by Daniel Petrie Jr is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was April 26, 1991 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Drama and stars Sean Astin as William Tepper aka Billy, Wil Wheaton as Joseph Trotta aka Joey, Keith Coogan as Jonathan Badberry aka Snuffy, R.

      Lee Ermey as General Kramer, Andrew Divoff as Luis Cali and Louis Gossett Jr as Dean Parker.

      Terrorists take control of a private boarding school of wealthy influential people’s children. There demands are simple…they want their imprisoned allies to be released or else they will start killing the innocent. A simpler plot you cannot ask for…that’s how it should be.

      Where the twists ...

      • appear is when the bad behavious and wild antics of Billy take center stage. He is not willing to sit still and have these outsiders waltz into his school on his turf and threaten their way of life. Taking matters into his own hand, Bill recruits the services of some of his closest friends and together they do what they can
        in trying the thwart the terrorists.

        A relatively young Sean Astin stars this movie and show alot of vigor, this is long before his days as Frodo’s sidekick. I am used to seeing Sean in starring roles…anything less is just uncivilized, but I can’t be too hard on him…work is work.

        This movie is expectional and original, you will enjoy this from start to end…believe that.

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