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Seal Team

2.9 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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An elite, hand-picked counter-terrorism force of black Ops is dropped behind enemy lines four days prior to Operation: Desert Shield. Their covert mission compromised, the members of Seal Team VI must come face-to-face with isolation, betrayal, and death. Seal Team is a gripping and heartfelt action packed war film depicting the unrelenting brutalities of combat.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jeremy Dacis, Zach Mcgowan
  • Directors: Mark C. Andrews
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Screen Media
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B002MXG584
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,197 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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It should be forbidden to produce such a bad movie. I still can't figure out what was worse. The acting, the dialogues, the editing, the scenario, the BB guns, computer animated muzzle flash... I think I'll go with the acting.

Its actually so bad it reminds me of a Kosovar movie I found at my local grocery store called Amerika UCK about UCK rebels saving the day. Honestly I wouldn't know which is worse. I mean Amerika UCK is home made filmed with a handy cam and gun fight sounds were done with one of those keychain gadgets.... and it has nothing to envy.

Worst of all was that I was dumb enough to buy this.... good con.
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SEALS with razor stubble?! Gimme a break!
Team members ARGUING on a MISSION?! You gotta be KIDDING! ! ! !
F-22 Raptors for close air support? HAA! HAA! HAA!
I got this POS out of the $5 bin at WalMart, and it's SO BAD it ain't worth the time & effort it would take to RETURN it! I'll keep it as a GAG gift for one of my Marine Brothers' birthdays. What a waste of 90-odd minutes of one's life. . . .

This Crapola doesn't even rate ONE star!
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All I can say is simply terrible, the movie is supposed to take place during the first gulf war in 1992, however all of the soldiers present are wearing a uniform that came out in the last 5 years which incidentally looks nothing like the old camoflauge utilities actually worn during the period.

Screen shots are laughably and obviously staged, like the ship scenes. Apparantly if you show some grey hunks of metal in the same frame as your actor its the same as being aboard a ship. Weapons are completely rediculous. No recoil, obvious fakes. Not even like prop fakes, kmart fakes. The budget for this "movie" probably couldn't buy me groceries for a week.

If there ever was a do not buy movie, this is it. Stay far far away.
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Horrible continuity , made by someone who knew nothing about the first Gulf War, naval insignias , weapons capabilities, and absolutely nothing about Navy S.E.A.L.s or how they are trained.
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I have always liked war movies, cowboys and Indians, and other movies like these, but most of them are produced in such a way that you can tell they are just movies. Seal Team however, makes me feel as if I might actually be involved in something similar, it is so lifelike, it keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat for the entire movie...
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Where to begin?

This movie is so poorly made in every conceivable way. Acting, actors, location, editing, props, story, visual editing, continuity.....

I could go on and on.

I really think that a bunch of kids in high school could have done a better job with the same budget. (In fact, the budget of this movie had to be about 400 bucks - THAT bad.)

PLASTIC AIRSOFT guns that are OBVIOUSLY plastic during closeup shots. One even still has the orange safety paint on the tip seen during some shots. (in tears!)

If you want military realism and technical correctness, then please dont watch this stinker.

I kept laughing at the seal member with an MP5 (9mm) with .223 bullets in his "bandolier"....and the fact that all the seal members have BANDOLIERS. LOL!!!

No mags, no mag pouches...some moronic director must have liked the "look" of bullets in a bandolier. So forget about realism.

OH,..and how about black tape holding the broken plastic guns together in many scenes and an AK magazine laughably stuck in one M4! Or how about a closeup of an M4 with no charging handle and a toy "scope" on top? Meh,...who'll notice right?

I could keep going.

The lines in this movie are second only to Stallone's "Cobra". PURE cheese. ("You better not die on me man,...Ill kill you!!")

I'd give this movie 0 stars if I could.
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We watched this movie on Netflix. I enjoyed this movie so much I am going to purchase many of them for gifts. I don't quite understand why people gave this movie such a bad review. Both my husband and I enjoyed it which speaks volumes!
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Possibly the worse military film ever made. It is a cheap knockoff of other films such as Navy Seals that does a discredit to the Seals and insults the viewing audience. To begin with, one of the first scenes shows what appears to be a Navy Chief with a US Senator planning military operations and on the phone with the president. The Chief is yelling at the Senator for action to be taken. From then on the movie was discredited in my eyes. Operations are not conducted like this. A U.S. Senator is not in the military chain of command and certainly a senior NCO would not be the lead advisor on any military action. Then, the uniforms. The Army Combat Uniform (ACU) was not in use at the time of Operation Desert Shield. There was the scene in the hangar with an Army major in ACUs giving a pep talk to Soldiers in ACUs. Also, what is an Army major doing giving orders to Navy Seals? So hokey. And then, he used the term "ladies and gentlemen." There are no women involved in Navy Seal direct operations or present in the scene. Once the team was inserted, the first thing they did was call in air power. This is double hokey. The modus operandi of special ops forces is stealth and surprise. The last thing they would do is call in jet airstrikes shortly after they were inserted as this would totally compromise their mission. From then on, the plot became totally convoluted. What exactly was the mission of the team? Why were they running around a city? Also, what is an Army ranger doing with a Navy seal team? After a few minutes of workout on the deck of the carrier they present him with the Navy Seals trident badge. No way!! Why all the minutes focused on the killing of one Iraqi boy and all the drama afterwards?Read more ›
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