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1. The Hostage Negotiator
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2. Sweepers
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3. Countdown
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4. Hostage Negotiator
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5. Serial Bomber
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6. The Highwayman
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7. Sweepers / The Peacekeeper

1. The Hostage Negotiator
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: B000089QCE
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Sales Rank: 41805
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On the job, top FBI hostage negotiator Theresa Foley (Gail O'Grady) is a tough, no-nonsense professional...calm and cool in the face of risky, potentially deadly situations. At home, she's a loving mother, with two kids and a devoted husband, Frank (Michael Bowen), a fellow FBI agent. But her idyllic home life is shattered when a three-time loser she took down in a failed bank heist escapes from jail and vows revenge. And the man who could afford her solace and comfort - Frank - is becoming increasingly irrational and distant after losing his job with the bureau. Theresa's former partner Danny McBaine (Brian Bloom) is seemingly the one relief valve in her ever-spiraling predicament as pressures build to the breaking point. But can Danny help protect her from the madman who is stalking her - or will his presence only serve to inflame her husband's simmering paranoia and growing suspicions? The explosive climax threatens to sweep Theresa, her family, her life and her skills as a Hostage Negotiator to the very brink of terror in this edge-of-the-seat thriller! ... Read more


2. Sweepers
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: 6305669562
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Sales Rank: 38290
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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He walks where other men fear to tread. Christian Erickson (Dolph Lundgren) heads an elite team that "sweeps" war-ravaged countries for deadly land mines. He is the best in the business--until his 11-year-old son is killed during a rebel attack. Five years later, he is lost to the world in a foreign country, until a beautiful bomb squad expert (Claire Stansfield) enlists his help in her search for the deadly A6 land mine. Together, they uncover a terrorist conspiracy and come face-to-face with an enemy they never imagined. Torn from today's headlines, "Sweepers" is an explosive, action-packed thriller guaranteed to leave an incredible impression. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Another baddie for Lundgren...
So here I am, writing another review for yet another Dolph Lundgren flop and there is little I can say about this film that I didn't say in my others. "Sweepers" is not only a bad movie, it's a bad direct-to-video. The plot, which is so predictable it hurts, concerns a mine sweeper whose son is killed one day by bad guys. Now there is a super mine out in the open and Lundgren must find it. The action is very badly directed and the story is very annoying, like a loud neighbor. I suppose if you like Lundgren, you'll like this movie. But everyone else will want to stay far away.

1-0 out of 5 stars So bad I cannot summerize
This is not a typical Dolph movie nor is it a typical obscure film. I mean it's obscure, but not in a cool new find way. Perhaps it's due to bad writing and directing but it just seems so different in terms of dialogue and plot development. For most of the movie Dolph sits around and drinks but after about an hour he finally gets down to some action.

He also sounds different. His voice is gravelly. Like he's smoked 100 cigars a day for a decade. But I guess this is him just getting into character, too bad it's not interesting but it's nice to see the effort. There should plenty for Dolph to get his teeth into here and lots of opportunity for a hot-potato of a movie. Land mines are a delicate issue but at some point in the movie it all collapses into standard action-man territory.

The beginning is badly directed, some shootouts seems really false and the trailer is, by far, the WORST I have ever seen. The DVD has plain old stereo sound with a pan and scanned fullscreen picture. Avoid it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Difficult to like.
This is not a typical Dolph movie nor is it a typical Hollywood film. It just seems so different in terms of dialogue and plot development. For most of the movie Dolph sits around and drinks but after about an hour he finally gets down to some action.

He also sounds different. His voice is gravelly. Like he's smoked 100 cigars a day for a decade. But I guess this is him just getting into character. Don't get me wrong. There's plenty for Dolph to get his teeth into here and lots of opportunity for a hot-potato of a movie. Land mines are a delicate issue but at some point in the movie it all collapses into standard action-man territory.

The beginning is badly directed, some shootouts seems really false and the trailer is, by far, the WORST I have ever seen but somewhere inside Sweepers is a great movie trying to get out. Look hard for it.

Image Entertainment's DVD is not so hot. It comes in a snapper (from before Image switched to keep cases) and is only in Dolby Stereo and is panned and scanned to fullscreen from the OAR of 2.35:1.

4-0 out of 5 stars Politically Correct Dolph
I respect this movie because it deals with the problem of landmines in Africa. Whether or not you like Dolph or his acting, this movie is relevant and politically correct. It starts out pretty slow but ends with lots of action and has a couple of surprises in it. Dolph and his costar (Clarie Stansfield) look really good. The problems with the film are that Dolph's voice sounds like he had larangitus during the filming and the landmine they are in search of is supposed to be very sophisticated technology but is really kind of pathetic. On the other hand, in real life, by the time you get as close to a landmine as Dolph's character does in this movie, you are already dead or have at least lost a limb.

1-0 out of 5 stars B-Class Movie
The low budget film fails on all angles to impress or entice the viewer. Everything is just so amateur. Feel free to hit the back button. ... Read more


3. Countdown
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: 6305159483
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 48266
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars A Harsh Mondern-day Romeo & Juliet
Definite change in London's usual roles, with his characters' skewed view of love. I found the concept interesting, and it had it's spots of humor, but the best thing about it was a song called "Timebomb" by Flesh, which I cannot seem to find ANYWHERE. A "B" movie at best, I still can't stop myself from watching it. ... Read more


4. Hostage Negotiator
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: B0000897B5
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 51378
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5. Serial Bomber
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: B0000A2ZR4
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 43112
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars A Harsh Mondern-day Romeo & Juliet
Definite change in London's usual roles, with his characters' skewed view of love. I found the concept interesting, and it had it's spots of humor, but the best thing about it was a song called "Timebomb" by Flesh, which I cannot seem to find ANYWHERE. A "B" movie at best, I still can't stop myself from watching it. ... Read more


6. The Highwayman
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: 6305759995
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 23377
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars umm Jason Priestley was good in it!
This movie has alot of action in it and a good story, kinda easy to follow, but it was just missing talent from other actors. See this if you're a big Jason fan, otherwise, skip it. ... Read more


7. Sweepers / The Peacekeeper
Director: Keoni Waxman
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Asin: B0000D1FGJ
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 50402
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