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Stealth Fighter

2.8 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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Ice T stars as Owen Turner, a naval pilot who faked his own death, only to later surface as the partner of a ruthless Latin American arms dealer (Andrew Divoff). Stealing a Stealth from a U.S.A.F. base in the Philippines, Turner plots to use the weapon to target military installations around the world. But not if Ryan Mitchell (Costas Mandylor) and the U.S. government prevail with plans of their own. A top-notch naval reserve officer who has a history with Turner, Mitchell is recruited by the president of the United States to infiltrate the arms dealer's ranks and recover the stealth fighter weapon. When Mitchell's attempted recovery fails, he finds himself alone in the jungle with global safety depending upon his ability to survive. Now he must confront his fiercest rival in one-on-one combat, as the entire world awaits its fate...

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  • Actors: Ice-T, Costas Mandylor, Erika Eleniak, Sarah Dampf, William Sadler
  • Directors: Jim Wynorski
  • Writers: John A. Sanders, Lenny Juliano, T.L. Lankford
  • Producers: Ice-T, Jim Wynorski, Gary Rubin, Paul Hertzberg
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Live / Artisan
  • DVD Release Date: February 15, 2000
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003IXDG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #481,530 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Stealth Fighter" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
As far as Ice T vehicles go this one is pretty good. Ice T gives a totally believable performance as a former rap artist desperately trying to parlay his past sucess in the music business into a career as a bad actor. His acting is probably improving though, but who can tell? Unfortunately Science cannot yet measure the miniscule improvement in his talent and Amazon does not provide me with the option of anything less than one star... All that aside, Ice T is not totally to blame for this movie's garbage-ness. The script is pretty weak and the supporting cast is not very supportive. Maybe I couldn't suspend my disbelief, but in certain scenes, like all the ones where people are being stealthy, they are not stealthy, they are clearly in plain view of the people they sneak up on. The Stealth Bomber featured in the film spends most of its time parked in a garage. And when it attacks targets it certainly doesn't "smart bomb" them...nor does it make any effort to go unseen. It actually attacks in broad daylight. I guess we are supposed to chalk that up to Ice T's lack of flight experience. Bottom line: if you name your movie "Stealth Fighter" then by definition it should have some stealth in it. Maybe its ironic. Maybe the quality of the movie is "stealthy" making it appear as if it is without quality. Bearing that in mind I give it no stars but it gets five stars--all in stealth mode.
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Format: DVD
Oh my God, I can't believe they actually released this movie onto video! ...I had the dreadful misfortune of actually watching this film....thank GOD it was on HBO (I actually thought it was an HBO made-for-tv movie)...anyways, this movie was SOOO bad, I'm surprised that the Air Force even allowed their aircraft to be photographed for this movie..seriously..there's no plot and horrendous acting, but what can you expect from a movie with the title "Stealth Fighter"? Besides that, the movie is bad almost to the point of being funny....like the ending, I won't ruin it or anything (wouldn't that be bad! )......just don't bend over to pick up your beer (probably #12 by that point in the movie) because you might miss the whole ending...it's over that quick! One example of why this movie stinks so bad: Ice-T WALKS onto an Airforce base...decides to meander over to a hanger, knocks down a couple of <good> guys that look like offensive-tackle-types...then just jumps into a Stealth fighter (that happens to have the keys in it, and is fully gassed up)...and flies away non-chalantly....and he doesn't even rap! Anyways, might be good if you're inebriated and need a good laugh....otherwise, avoid this like a port-a-potty at a Buffet concert...like my roommate says of this movie in the same voice as that guy from the Simpsons, "Worst.....movie......ever! "
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AN AIR FORCE PILOT [ICE-T] FAKES HIS OWN DEATH ONLY TO RESURFACE AS THE PARTNER OF A DEADLY LATIN AMERICAN ARMS DEALER [ANDREW DIVOFF]. WHEN A STEALTH GETS STOLEN AND IT'S USED TO TARGET THE MILITARY, IT'S UP TO ONE MAN [COSTAS MANDYLOR] TO STOP HIM BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE. ONE THING THAT CAN'T BE DENIED IS THAT THIS MOVIE IS BORING. THE ACTION IS NOT WORTH WATCHING, THE SCRIPT IS DUMB, AND THE STORY JUST GETS TIRING AFTER A WHILE. ERNIE HUDSON'S ACTING TALENTS ARE ONCE AGAIN WASTED IN ANOTHER LOW-RENT DIRECT-TO-VIDEO FILM. IF YOU LIKE ICE-T AND WANNA SEE ONE OF HIS MORE RECENT FILMS, SAVE YOUR MONEY AND RENT OR BUY ''OUT KOLD''.
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Format: VHS Tape
I wonder if it is legal to splice visual effect shots from different movies together and sell the result as a new movie? If it is, then anyone could make high intensity movies at home and sell them under their own home-made label.
If you're wondering why I pose this question, let me tell you the answer now and spare you the money you would waste by renting this excuse-for-a-movie. First of all the movie starts with a good minute and half of stunning visual effects right out of Paramount's "Flight of the Intruder". That's right, all that is different is that you see Ice T sitting in a room that's supposed to be the fairly cramped quarters of a cocpit. If you watch this action sequence with some cool explosions and everything else, stop the tape and pop in your own copy of "Flight of the Intruder", you'll see that absolutely nothing was changed. Later you have scenes taken from a movie called "The Interceptor" (from VIDMARK Entertainment, I think) which involves the stealing of a stealth fighter! Then the piracy becomes even more blatant when you see the satelite from MGM/UA's "Diamonds Are Forever", unfolding and then shooting a beam down to earth. I can't recognize which movie the submarine scenes were taken from but this Los Angeles class nuclear submarine's engine room looks a lot like the WWII diesel engined Tigerfish from Fox's "Down Periscope"! Later on you see an arms dealer's boat explode and by God, this explosion looks just like the one in "Blown Away" starring Jeff Bridges and Tommy Lee Jones. And to top everything off, the bad guy's mountain villa gets blown up in an explosion taken right out of Paramount's "Clear And Present Danger".
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