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Rogue Warfare (2019) Movie Review

By Newguy

Rogue Warfare (2019) Movie ReviewDirector: Mike Gunther

Writer: Mike Gunther (Screenplay)

Starring: Will Yun Lee, Jermaine Love, Rory Markham, Stephen Lang, Bertrand-Xavier Corbi, Katie Keene

Plot: A group of the best military personnel from the U.S., Russia, UK, China and France join forces to fight an underground terrorist network.

Tagline – All nations, one enemy.

Runtime: 1 Hour 43 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Verdict: Military 101

Story: Rogue Warfare starts when a new deadlier terrorist rises, this sees countries from around the world to select the soldiers, China Daniel (Lee), UK Ralph (Love), America James (Markham), France Jacques (Corbi), Russia Galina (Keene) and Xu (Chien) to go behind enemy lines to look to eliminate this threat from the world.

The international team must work together to battle the greater threat the world could be facing, from the Supreme Leader who wants to use a dirty bomb to send a message to the world.

Rogue Warfare (2019) Movie Review

Thoughts on Rogue Warfare

Characters – Daniel is the Chinese soldier in the unit, he will keep the others together more than the conflict other show between each other, he will go above and beyond the rest of the soldiers to make the rest of the group safe. Ralph is the British soldier, while James in the American, the two do clash at times, only learning more skills when the two work together. Jacques is the French explosives expert that is always calmer during the mission, while Galina is the Russian sniper, watching from a far as she builds her own body count.

PerformancesWill Yun Lee takes the leading role in this film, he along with the fellow stars, Jermaine Love, Rory Markham, Bertrand-Xavier Corbi and Katie Keene all work very well together, even if most of the military movement is everything we have seen before.

StoryThe story follows an international group of soldiers that are bought together to eliminate a new terrorist threat that has promised to bring destruction to the world. When it comes to the story, we do spend time learning what the terrorist wants from his actions, making us understand his evil mindset, which is unusual for a military based film. When it comes to the military unit, we do get the generic characters, with actions that we are used to seeing operate against an evil. This is mostly just an introduction to a future set of films, as we are meant to learn who the team is and how they will learn to operate together.

ActionThe action is mostly military movement, which isn’t the most original, though it doesn’t look out of place in the film.

SettingsThe film here is set-in war-torn country, that shows us how a dictator would leave you with no option but to fight with him, while the battles are all in different potential strongholds.

Scene of the Movie – What is in the tents.

That Moment That Annoyed Me – We have seen most of it before.

Final Thoughts This is a by the book military movie that is mostly just set up for the rest of the franchise, think Expendables without the charisma.

Overall: By the book.

Rogue Warfare (2019) Movie Review

Rogue Warfare will be available on Digital Download from 10th February and is available for Pre-Order here

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