A pile of Australian commandos launch a furtively vocation against Japanese forces in World War II.
Attack Force Z
John Phillip Law is the trivial pre-eminent of this 1950s-style contention fighting tale, again more different to save featuring an early exhibition from Mel Gibson, with able bankroll from Sam Neill. The story is the usual Guns of Navarone/Cockleshell Heroes stuff around a commando crowd sent on an ludicrous mission — to the survivors of a plane wreck on a Japanese island. Some mannerly action scenes (filmed in Taiwan), typically dry humour and Law's trademark teak-forest performance curb the interest contemporary, notwithstanding the script right away runs out of ideas. Only released wide when Gibson became a serious unmatched, the film was heavily cut from its innovative direction time.
Attack Force Z
Downbeat risk, which was intended as a tribute to Australasian special operations, but conveys in lieu of the waste of consideration that war entails.
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