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Old 09-26-2011, 10:13 PM
 
Location: Between Seattle and Portland
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The book (the movie is based on) frames the death of four agents of the British Special Air Service -- SAS -- as murders served out over a 17-year period by an assassin hired by an oil-rich sheik seeking payback after British forces killed three of his sons during a communist uprising in Oman. The book provoked outrage from the victims' family members and official denials, but no certain truth has ever been revealed.

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Guys with guns, car chases, incomprehensible accents, evil SAS agents, and guys with guns...yawn...

Even Robert DeNiro and the wonderful Clive Owen couldn't save this lame "action" flick -- it was just plain BORING.

Of course, I'm the wrong target demographic...
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