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N sheppard 2 years ago
Soundtrack is epic just some good old fashion action
Katie 3 years ago
Would rewatch to count helicopter explosions.
Flo HM 1 year ago
Sean LaFleur over 1 year ago
Shana Beale almost 2 years ago
Noah Rymer over 2 years ago
Richard Sebastian over 2 years ago
Gerald Cohen over 2 years ago
Willem van Bladel almost 3 years ago
Chris almost 3 years ago
Scott Hume almost 3 years ago
ChriZ over 3 years ago
Asael Acosta over 3 years ago
Al Guillermo over 3 years ago
Eric Cone 4 years ago
Broken Arrow is a 1996 American action film directed by John Woo, written by Graham Yost, and starring John Travolta and Christian Slater. The original music score was composed by Hans Zimmer, and features guitarist Duane Eddy. It deals with the theft of an American nuclear weapon. The film received mixed reviews. It grossed $150,270,147 worldwide. Major Vic "Deak" Deakins (John Travolta) and Captain Riley Hale (Christian Slater) are pilots in the United States Air Force. After a boxing match between the two, the pilots are assigned to a top secret exercise on a B-3 Stealth Bomber (a fictional advanced version of the actual B-2 Spirit stealth bomber) with two B-83 nuclear weapons on board. Deakins and Hale take off from Whiteman Air Force Base in the bomber carrying the two live nuclear weapons on an evening exercise over Utah. After successfully evading Air Force radar during the exercise, Deakins begins a friendly conversation to distract and shoot Hale. A struggle ensues, ending...
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