Hunt For Eagle One: Crash Point

Hunt For Eagle One: Crash Point

Director: Henry Crum Cast: Mark Dacascos, Theresa Randle, Jeff Fahey

DVD (Wide Screen)


The battle continues as the fearless Marines who single-handedly took on Al-Qaeda return to thwart a deadly terrorist plan to steal an anti-hijack device and crash an airplane into a top-secret U.S. Military Intelligence base in a non-stop, adrenaline-charged action thriller starring Mark Dacascos, Theresa Randle, and Jeff Fahey. The Ground Control Encoder was designed to lock out the pilot's instruments and allow Air Traffic Control to fly the aircraft to safety in the event of a terrorist hijacking. When terrorists hatch a plan to steal the Ground Control Encoder and use it to crash a plane into a U.S. Military Intelligence base located deep in Southeast Asia, the Strike Force team must stealthily venture into hostile territory to seek out and recover the stolen device before terrorists use it to expose the U.S. military and potentially take out hundreds of innocent lives in the process.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/27/2006
UPC: 0043396143081
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:26:00

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Hunt for Eagle One: Crash Point
1. Breaking News [10:34]
2. Questions [3:41]
3. Delivery [8:47]
4. Mission [7:19]
5. Vigilante [10:57]
6. Discovery [5:31]
7. Hostage [7:45]
8. Fight and Flight [7:50]
9. The Hunt [6:57]
10. Inside [8:56]
11. Perilous Landing [2:46]
12. Remanded [5:08]

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Hunt For Eagle One: Crash Point 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Like most war movies post-Platoon, whether pro-war or anti-war, they take many things from that classic film that can never be duplicated and that is the experience of a veteran. Obviously shallow this movie is and wholly stupid it is, the only merit in it is to point to America's ever rapid diminishing strength and sanity when it used to be the harbinger of moralism and freedom in a world full of tyrants wish there always will be, but we have lost that moral authority.