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Storyline:   "Men of War" is a 1994 action film directed by Perry Lang. The movie is known for its mix of action, adventure, and military themes, as well as its ensemble cast. The story follows Nick Gunar (played by Dolph Lundgren), a former special forces soldier who is hired by a powerful businessman to lead a team of mercenaries on a mission to a tropical island in Southeast Asia. Their goal is to retrieve valuable minerals from the island, which is also inhabited by local rebels. As Gunar and his team navigate the challenges of the hostile environment, they discover that the local rebels are fighting against a ruthless tyrant named Colonel Kalashnikov (played by David Ackroyd). Gunar must now decide whether to carry out his mission for profit or join the rebels in their fight for freedom.

"Men of War" is characterized by its action-packed sequences, gunfights, and explosive set pieces. The film explores themes of loyalty, redemption, and the moral dilemmas faced by mercenaries who are caught between personal gain and doing what's right. Dolph Lundgren delivers his signature tough-guy performance as Nick Gunar, showcasing his physical prowess and combat skills. The film's supporting cast, including actors like Charlotte Lewis and B.D. Wong, contributes to the film's adventurous and fast-paced atmosphere. While "Men of War" may not be considered a critically acclaimed masterpiece, it offers an enjoyable watch for fans of '90s action films and those who appreciate stories set in exotic locations with a blend of action and adventure. The film is a notable entry in the action genre and is often appreciated for its straightforward approach to entertainment.
Men Of War
Year : 1994
IMDB Rating: 6
Director: Perry Lang
Top Billing Cast:  Dolph Lundgren as Nick Gunar BD Wong as Po Catherine Bell as Grace Lashield Tommy 'Tiny' Lister as Blades

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  1. In the film, Gunar (Dolph Lundgren) exclaims "Spring, era javlar!" when he shoots the recoilless rifle at the enemy camp. This phrase in Swedish translates to "Run, you bastards!" and has become a cult classic line in Sweden.
  2. The movie was shot in Thailand between September and December of 1993, with production officially ending in January 1994. Miramax bought the film from another company after positive test screenings, but it was released on video in the US in December 1995 due to concerns about Dolph Lundgren's box office appeal. It was released earlier in other countries like France, receiving critical acclaim.
  3. Originally, the main character's name was Nick Riley, but it was changed to Nick Gunar to fit Dolph Lundgren's Swedish background.
  4. The original script featured a prologue set in a Kabul prison, where Nick, Keefer, and a friend were tortured by enemy soldiers. Nick breaks free, helps Keefer escape, but his friend gets killed.
  5. Harvey Weinstein purchased the distribution rights from Sony Pictures, promising a wide theatrical release through Miramax's Dimension Films brand. However, the film ended up being shelved for over a year and released straight to video.
  6. There's music in the movie that is strikingly similar to the score from Predator when they first storm the jungle island.
  7. In the film, there's a scene where the character Warren is offered a sip from a hip flask, and he chokes on it. Nick Gunar reveals that it comes from Sweden, which becomes a recurring line. Later in the movie, there's a glimpse of a bottle of OP Andersson aquavit, a Swedish spirit, implying that it's the content of the hip flask.
  8. John Sayles' original script had minimal action, but when the film was finally made with Dolph Lundgren, the producers required more action throughout the film.
  9. The film was originally set up at Atlantic Entertainment under the title "A Safe Place," and the screenplay by John Sayles had a more dramatic tone.
  10. Dolph Lundgren's character, Nick Gunar, is similar to his character, Gunar Jensen, in The Expendables series.
  11. In the opening of the film, Dolph Lundgren's character is seen "baking" a ball of Swedish snus and putting it under his lower lip, which is unusual.
  12. The film was released theatrically in France with a 12 rating certificate, which was lowered from the initially assigned 16 rating after a re-evaluation.
  13. The script for the movie, written by John Sayles based on an idea from Stan Rogow, was written by Sayles during a plane ride to Tokyo.
  14. Tom Wright and Don Harvey both appeared in Creepshow 2 (1987).
  15. Tim Guinee's character, Ocker, calls Tommy Lister's character, Blades. Tim Guinee also appeared as a doctor in the movie Blade with Wesley Snipes.
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