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Tactical Force / Groupe Tactique d'Intervention (Bilingual)

Steve Austin    DVD
1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Well here it is another Steve Austin movie, don't get me wrong I am a huge fan of Steve Austin movies except this one. A swat team gets suspended, thats fine. then they are in a warehouse where they are up against bad guys. Now the bad guys on either team are saying the "F" word like its going out of style like lets see how many times we can say this word before the director says cut. Come on people it is very much Reservoir Dogs oriented when they are in the warehouse.

Then the whole ordeal with the brief case, very much Pulp Fiction because you never see whats in the case.

Keith Jardine's character is very lacking in lets say "everything" he needs to stick with fighting and not acting. The whole story line is weak, and not a lot of foundation basically the film sucks better luck next time.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Worth 3 stars, no more, no less... July 19 2012
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Don't believe any review with less than
3 stars.

Sure the acting by some of the cast is bad,
Kenny alive at the end is ridiculous, but
the action is still OK.

This was not Steve Austin's best,
but still a fun B-movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Could there be stars in the minus as rating??? May 19 2012
By N
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This movie is terrible! Save your money...Don't purchase it! It's a shame because I adore Michael Shanks but that is just BAD.. Bad, and BAD!!! I'm trying to be polite here after all!!! So sorry!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars OMG! THEY KILLED KENNY! Aug. 9 2011
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
In the battle of Austin and Seagal I have come to believe Austin is the better actor. The movie starts out improbable as a gang of men in masks, rob a grocery store, take hostages and issue demands. A grocery store? Now I know they get robbed, but by a gang who has to share the loot? SWAT team leader Austin ignores proper police protocol and raids the place, killing the thieves, injuring the hostages, and doing huge amounts of property damage. To their surprise they are not rewarded, but are forced to take SWAT team training again. Michael Jai White, a young Carl Weathers with a BB gun is part of the team. Lexa Doig is a third member.

The upstairs of an abandoned(?) warehouse is set up with paper "bad guys" for the SWAT team to practice with simulation rounds. As fate would have it, two rival gangs are in the downstairs of the warehouse wanting "a case" which was stolen from them. One of the rival gangs learned to speak with bad Russian accents. I was waiting for one of them to say, "What about moose and squirrel."

The dialouge was mildly humorous at times, a step up from Austin's other movies. The plot left much to be desired. There were no real plot twists except at the very end...and then it didn't make much sense.

If you like Steve Austin movies, I think this was one of his better ones.

F-bomb, no sex. no nudity, no moose or squirrel.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars TACTICAL FARCE March 27 2012
By Mark Turner - Published on Amazon.com
I love a good action flick. I'm not talking about a well made movie that fills the giant screen with name brand recognized stars duking it out with the latest bad guy. I'm talking about movies that eventually are released straight to DVD or that play third billing at a drive in. Some of these offer pure entertainment. And then there are movies like this one.

TACTICAL FORCE features a group of S.W.A.T. type police officers who start the film off by stopping a grocery store robbery in progress. The only problem is that they use excessive force to the extreme to take down these ridiculous clowns. Between the damager to the robbers and the damage to the store, rather than receive a commendation these police men are assigned to retrain over the weekend at a special facility.

Led by Tate (WWE start Steve Austin), they head to the secluded location, an abandoned warehouse on the outskirts of town. Unbeknownst to those in charge, the warehouse is also where a European mobster has taken a snitch to get back a briefcase he stole from him. But wait, there's more. The snitch has made a call to another mob guy who the case was originally stolen from and he's on his way as well.

When the tactical force arrives, the European mob boss and his group hide. The tactical force makes its way through the upper floors of the building hitting targets with their paintball guns to try and improve their skills. An accidental sound downstairs leads them to check it out and one of their own is shot and killed. Weaponless they must try and find out who is down there and why.

Gunfights, double crosses and more double crosses, tough talk and ample enough brawls to keep the most ardent wrestling fan happy follow. Too bad there isn't enough plot to make it work. And the plot that's there is convoluted and so coincidental that even trying to accept this world is painful.

Austin has made some good movies, most direct to DVD. Co-star Michael Jai White has also done some great work (BLACK DYNAMITE is now one of my favorite films). But here they offer nothing new, extreme low budget film making and the greatest sin of all when it comes to action films, a boring flick. The budget is so low that while watching this I thought to myself "Hey...I think they filmed this in a building set to be demolished just so they could tear up the sets with their fights". It looks that bad.

There is no way I could recommend this movie even to Austin and White fans. Instead, look for some other film they've made recently. Even a two for one coupon at a redbox would be wasted on this one.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Michael Shanks May 10 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Like another reviewer, just watched because Michael Shanks was in the move. Liked his part, kept me entertained on a rainy evening.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stone Cold rocks Feb. 4 2013
By Jason w - Published on Amazon.com
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I am really a fan of Stone Cold movies and for B rated movies he has some of the best. The action is good.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Zero stars not possible? Feb. 17 2013
By 15946 - Published on Amazon.com
Who wrote this crap? Go about 1,000 miles past lame and you'll find this movie. Negative 10 on a scale of 1 to 10.
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