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  • LOL A one man army, it's a complete wonder why there the Army or a simple task force was ever needed, If one man can single-hamdedly take out an entire operation of merceneries, who needs the armed services

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Commando, directed by Mark L. Lester is rated R bythe Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was October 4, 1985 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Thriller and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as John Matrix and Rae Dawn Chong as Cindy, with an all-star

      cast of great actors and actresses.

      John’s daughter has been kidnapped and he is left with no choice but to hunt down the people who took her, neutralize the threat, and rescue her before any harm can come of the situation.

      This is an easy task for the former elite commando, it’s like ...


      • taking out the trash with a blindfold, and one hand tied behind his back. A walk in the park, a piece of cake…you get the idea.

        This movie is so corny it’s sinful, but, you will ove it anyway…not for the dialog, but for the action, destruction, chaos and mayhem that it

        brings to your doorstep…figuratively speaking of course. LOL

        A one man army, it’s a complete wonder why there the Army or a simple task force was ever needed, If one man can single-hamdedly take out an entire operation of merceneries, who needs the armed services.

        As I said, corny but captivating…you will LOVE this movie.




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