There's about 20 minutes of a good movie here, and the rest is routine, slowly paced and poorly cast. Weakest of all is the guy in the lead, Robert Fucilla, who just doesn't have the emotional weight or grit for this role. In fact, it seems as if his best scenes are the ones where he's not talking. Most of the film involves guys running around in the woods, shooting at each other. The body count is high and the blood spews are plentiful. If only they'd made us care about the people involved.