all i can say is why bother? no relation to the first film, horrendous directing at best the acting was average, so bad i couldn't be bothered to watch it all. the silly colours meant to depict different parts of the world was a joke, i have travelled all over the world and the light doesn't change from grey to blue to orange anywhere on earth so why does it need to in this movie? the plot had more holes than a 1970s lancia and the whole film looks like a 10 year old kid could have done the gunfire better on a PC in his bedroom. about as fulfilling as spending a couple of hours looking the ceiling. it truly amazes me that films like this are given any budget at all
Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (2006) 1080p YIFY Movie
Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (2006) 1080p
Navy SEALS, headed by Lt. Bobby James, are dispatched to North Korea on a covert mission, all in an effort to take out a missile site...
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The Synopsis for Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (2006) 1080p
The fate of the world hangs in the balance in this explosive action thriller. Brace yourself for nonstop action and chilling suspense, because there's no turning back in this pulse-pounding sequel that takes you Behind Enemy Lines for another adrenaline-fueled adventure! When a team of U.S. Navy SEALs is assigned to destroy a North Korean missile site and avert a possible nuclear strike, failure is not an option. But the mission is abruptly aborted, stranding four soldiers in enemy territory. Now, in order to survive, they must defeat the rebel forces that threaten their lives, their allies and the entire free world!
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The Reviews for Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (2006) 1080p
iv seen better TV advertsReviewed byStacy_MitchellVote: 1/10
As a movie buff I compared this movie against the first Behind Enemy Lines(BEL) as well as a few others. As a former Special Operations member I also compared this movie to my personal experiences in the military.
I have to say that compared to the first BEL the second was much more believable. The first BEL had a couple sweet matrix type moments, like the trip wire mines going off, but I would expect this with an operating budget of 40 million dollars. With BEL-2 having only 3 million dollars in operating expenses it did a pretty dang good job comparatively. Almost all of the computer generated scenes in BEL-2 are almost unnoticeable except for a few exaggerated blood splatters. The transition from computer to real-life is very professional. Basically I sometimes couldn't decide if it was real or computer generated during some of the action sequences. Ultimately I don't think Fox should have tagged this movie with BEL, it should have been a movie itself. The only reason they did was because I'm sure viewers wouldn't give it a glance at Blockbuster otherwise, due to the lack of big named stars.
Now take into consideration that two episodes of Alias, or approximately 96 minutes of runtime without commercials, costs an average of 4.6 million dollars, 2.3 million each episode. Compare this to BEL-2 and Alias looks like the B-rated movie, while BEL-2 saved 1.6 million dollars over Alias in the process.
As for acting I felt like everyone in that movie deserved an A+. I get the sense that some reviewers are biased against movies that don't have big named stars. Well the acting in this movie out performs a lot of blockbuster hits. If this movie received a larger budget than 3 million and had big named stars it would have been as good, if not better, than Bruce Willis's Tears of the Sun. Just for comparison, Tears of the Sun cost 70 million dollars, what a waste of money compared to BEL-2. They should have gone with BEL-2's director and computer animation group.
As a former Spec-Ops member I appreciate the realism of the tactics and fight scenes. I'm not implying that it is all real, but it is much more believable. Some scene's like the SEAL training scenes are buttered up a bit to give the audience a generality of their background but are not actual training procedures. It's a relief to go from Owen Wilson dodging a million bullets unscathed to BEL-2's real life consequences of a well placed shot by the enemy.
The political tactics in this movie are extremely realistic. A good portion of the movie revolves around the politics as well as the field action. In my opinion it best represents actual procedures that would occur in a real world situation. After all war, and the prevention of, is a significant amount of politics and not just Rambo shooting all the "bad guys". Don't worry though, the political encounters in my opinion help you feel more involved in the entire process of an actual real world situation.
BEL-2 also shows all sides of the parties involved, i.e. N. Korea, S. Korea, and the US. What I liked most about the movie was how they showed all sides as intelligent human beings. Unlike the first BEL in which the enemy was all evil and no good person existed on the opposite side of the US. BEL-2 shows the N. Korea's military leaders as intelligent and some of them compassionate people that care for their countrymen and also for the welfare of the earth's population, and they are aware of their leader's habits and exaggerated perceptions about himself.
I now have a great admiration for the director of this movie, Jame's Dodson. He took 3 million dollars and turned it into a movie that deserved the big screen. In my Opinion he turned 3 million into 40 million when compared to the first BEL. Taking this into account he should be making blockbuster hits with this kind of potential profit for investors. In the filming of BEL-2 Jame's Dodson took the Paul Greengrass approach, as in the Bourne Supremamcy. If you didn't see the Bourne Supremacy it involves close-ups and a bit more movement of the camera during action scenes to build realism and suspense. In the Bourne Supremacy if you thought to yourself "I remember the Bourne Supremacy and I felt like I was going to puke from the extreme camera movement" do not worry. James Dodson's approach is much more milder and more comfortable than Paul Greengrass's aggressive technique, while still keeping the intense effect.
I think the majority of people will enjoy this movie for its accuracy, action, and intelligence embedded in the plot. Its a movie worthy of the big screen and you can rent it for less than a movie ticket at the theaters. I know we all worry about renting straight-to-DVD release's and being overcome by cheesiness, but fear not peoples who love quality movies. Here is your chance to rent a movie and actually see an entertaining movie you haven't already seen on the big screen.
The 1998 titled Beyond Enemy Lines was a very good movie with excellent production standards, character development, story, and the patriotism appropriate to a military movie. B.E.L. Axis of Evil has none of this.
Director James Dodson is perhaps the poster boy for today's airhead directors, a heavy dose of LSD along with the morning Starbucks. The first 50 minutes jumps around like Access Hollywood in fast-motion, none of it amounting to anything. The story doesn't come into focus until the final 40 minutes, then being only meaningless drivel. Making matters worse is Dodson's senseless trick of filming sequences thru color filters, the first being an orange filter for the South Korea scenes. Hey, guess what? South Korea is no more orange than South Dakota, you dope! Other scenes are through red filters, blue, et cetera. Dodson must think these tricks cover over the simple fact that he has no clue as to how to make a movie.
In the introductory voice over, the movie absolutely trashes the thousands of American soldiers who served and lost their lives in the Korean War 50 years ago. I think this was not so much Media Spin as that the filmmakers attended public schools and might have been taught doctored-history. They seem unaware that America was fighting not so much North Korea but Red China and Russia, or that General MacArthur had pushed deep into North Korea before the war ended.
I confess to owning 200 shares of stock in 20th Century-Fox; hence my sky high and bloated vote of 2. A zero would be more honest.