Death Before Dishonor
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Starring Fred Dryer, Joanna Pacula, Paul Winfield and Brian Keith.
A group of Marines- a Colonel, his Sergent and several new recruits-- are assigned to a US Embassy in the Middle Eastern country of "Jamal" to provide security and act as advisors to our Ally. However a group of Muslim Terrorists have targeted the Embassy with the intent of driving the US out of the country. The Muslim Barbarians have "advisors" of their own...a pair of European "leftists" aka communist agents of the Soviet Union and a news photographer more than eager to act as the propaganda arm of the group.
After a nasty skirmish between the group and Marine Sergent Burns during a theft of American Weapons intended for our ally, the terrorists retaliate with a sustained campaign of kidnapping, murder and brutal torture culminating in a suicide attack. The ambassador decides that, in the face of such barbarism, the United States can do little but evacuate the country abandoning our allies and our men still held captive.
Unfortunately Sergent Burns misses the plane and with nothing better to do while waiting for the next flight, decides he might as well go shoot a couple or forty Muslim Barbarians.
From the halls of Montezuma Baby!!!!!
This film, in the immediate aftermath of Sept 11, 2001, was used as Exhibit A by the Muslim Barbarians and their Allies in Hollywood in the book and documentary REEL BAD ARABS as proof that Hollywood is racist against Arabs.Read more ›
It also showed that many people in this world don't really know the value of life. Our freedom was very costly and can be taken away at any second. I understand this was just a movie but movies are used to Educate as well as inform us. I rated this movie because I thought it was very good with a fine story line.
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I am a retired Marine and I had this movie on VHS and wanted it on DVD. It is an OKay movie, but it is just for entertainment.Published 14 months ago by Don
Fred Dryer lives up to his typical demeanor in this film. Predictable, but a good story with lots of action. One of Brian Keith's final roles.Published on June 19, 2014 by Gregory S. Donahoe
One of Fred Dyer's Best! I loved every minute of it. I love war movies. I'm glad that I saw this movie since I never heard of it when I was younger.Published on April 19, 2014 by Todd Booker, Dorothy R. Booker
When a high-ranking Israeli diplomat and his family are brutally murdered by terrorists, US Marine Sgt. Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Taheen Lopez
I am surprised I had never heard of this movie. It is a good action flick even 26 years later. Benghazi showed that this movie is still very timely.Published on October 3, 2013 by Steve Burns