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The Special Forces

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a5c7b9f00b In Afghanistan, French journalist Elsa and her colleague Amen are covering the story of Maina, a woman sold to a man when she was a child. Taliban leader Ahmed Zaief abducts Elsa and Amen and tries to force them to read a message to Western governments. The French president sends six Special Force to rescue Elsa who's hidden in a fortress in Pakistan. The team composed of Commander Kovax, Tic-Tac, Lucas, the sniper Elias, Victor and Marius release Elsa and Amen from their imprisonment but lose their radios. Now the group needs to cross the inhospitable land to save their lives with the Taliban chasing them.
A French journalist in Afghanistan is kidnapped by the Taliban.
With the success of some big budget military films over the last couple of years it is a surprise that there are not more churning out these days. Needless to say there are a few that come along from time to time and when they stick to a decent formula they can deliver a great movie. The latest taking on the genre is Special Forces starring Diane Kruger and Dijmon Hounsou but does it have the punch and story to make it work? <br/><br/>Special Forces follows a French journalist covering a story about a woman sold to a man when she was a child in Afghanistan. When she is abducted by a Taliban leader the French president sends in a Special Forces team but when things go bad their communications are cut off and they must trek across inhospitable land and try to get to freedom. As military films go, this film delivers no shortage of action, but that is about where it ends. The story is fine, but there seems to be a lot of unnecessary side stuff going on here in an attempt to give more depth to the characters, but actually clutters it up a bit and takes away from the real story of their survival. That being sad it&#39;s nothing that really ruins the movie, but does tend to slow it down at times. The starts out with a bang really setting the tone of what you are hoping to get, but then slows to a crawl for quite a while before finally getting back to the action. The cast does fine, but no one really stands out, but this could possibly have to do with it being dubbed as well so you lose a bit of their actual performance. When they finally start to deliver the action there is plenty and it is pretty well done. While not completely accurate, they clearly made every attempt to get it as close as they could and it&#39;s the one thing that makes this work better than it probably would have.<br/><br/>This is far from a great military action film, but still manages to deliver some entertaining and great action moments that should keep those into the genre happy. Dijmon Hounsou is great as always and is another reason to give this movie a shot.
If you are a fan of logic in the plot of a movie then save your time for something good. The acting is fine, but over all the story is very weak.And if you know the nitty gritty of how actually the things are done in the modern days of warfare then you&#39;ll say it yourself that ,&quot;this movie is actually a big fail.&quot; Welcome to Pakistan....Welcome to Afghanistan.&quot;Welcome to France&quot;....well, will you welcome the Talibans or Afghans in France in their full gear on like this one? One must show some respect.Really tells about the mindset of people behind the making of this stuff. For example in a scene they show 5 soldiers when on the move,defending themselves against the Talibans. The Taliban leader sending a large group of figh

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