When Colonel James Braddock is told that his Asian wife and 12-year-old son are still alive in Communist Vietnam, he mounts a one-man assault to free them. Armed with the latest high-tech firepower, Braddock fights his way into the heart of the country and ends up battling his way out with several dozen abused Amerasian children in tow! Struggling to keep them alive while outmaneuvering a sadistic Vietnamese officer, Braddock ignites the jungle in a blazing cross-country race for freedom.
James Braddock once again returns to Vietnam, 12 years after the end of the war, to rescue his thought-dead Vietnamese wife and son, and a group of Amerasian orphans held in another prison camp presided over by a sadistic Vietnamese general whom was one of those that tortured Braddock during his stay in a similar prison camp just a few years earlier.
This movie is the absolute bottom of the barrel, an irresponsible vanity project that is a complete and utter waste of your time.
I have no idea how Norris managed to get funding for this piece of drivel, and even less about how he managed to persuade people to let his brother direct it.
To say that this film is unrealistic is to be entirely too kind. In one pivotal scene, where Norris is busy freeing the children of American POWs in Vietnam, he is spotted by the guards in the prison.
Most people would end up dead, but not Norris. He manages to evade all enemy fire by standing in one place, firing his improbable machine gun, and sweating dramatically in several close-up shots. Despite the fact that he is standing on open ground, and not moving, all the automatic fire directed at him somehow misses him and the children entirely.
Another dramatic moment has Norris sneaking into a compound, and knocking out a guard by apparently kicking him in the leg.
Finally, I point to an important rule in movie-going: The quality of a film is inversely proportional to the number of helicopters which explode in it. A good film, such as the Matrix or Apocalypse Now, cab get away with one.
This film had seven... within a span of half an hour.
Avoid it at all costs. Of the entire trilogy about Colonel James Braddock, then this third movie from 1988 was the weakest of them all and the least entertaining one. It was maybe because the story was a scrambled mess of incoherency and a story that just wanted too much but delivered too little.
The story is about the end of the Vietnam War and all of Saigon is in turmoil, and as Colonel James Braddock's Vietnamese wife makes a run for the American embassy, her purse and passport is stolen. And her apartment is bombed and a charred corpse of a servant is found inside, leaving Braddock to think that his wife is dead. 12 years later Braddock is sought out in America by a reverend who works in Vietnam, telling him that his wife and son in alive and living in poor conditions in Vietnam. Colonel Braddock returns to Vietnam to find his family.
There wasn't much originality to the story, and it was very anti-climatic to experience what happened to the wife. Although it was also very predictable, to be honest.
And seeing Chuck Norris lead a group of mixed American and Vietnamese children around the jungle, running from a mad Vietnamese officer hellbent on killing every last one of them, was just a bit too trivial and wore thin quite fast.
Part one of the "Missing in Action" movies was adequate, and part two was actually good, but part three is a losing battle that Braddock should never have been involved in. It is a less than mediocre movie on all accounts. a5c7b9f00b
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