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John Stockwell
Anthony Azizi as Mehdi
Colby Lopez as Brett
Eyas Younis as Saeed Refai
Cailey Fleming as Danielle
Elly Hebert as Dead child
Ariadne Joseph as Tilson
John L. Armijo as Insurgent
Matt Gallini as Ahmadi
Anne Heche as Riley
Dave Annable as Gabriel
Wesley Snipes as Isaac
Storyline: A team of highly trained operatives find themselves trapped inside an isolated military compound after its AI is suddenly shut down. The crew begins to experience strange and horrific phenomena as they attempt to uncover what killed the previous team.
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Horror movie in 1990 style
We are in 2017, a movie with a plot from 2 decades ago is something that we should not see anymore.

Some actors are trying but the script is not helping. Do not lose time with this, just skip it.

A team of pro is re-joined to solve a situation, situation that it is very clear for the audience from the moment of entering in the building, you will be like "I know what it will happen, I know who did it". So it is no fun, no mystery, nothing new, nothing innovative.
Wesley Snipes must be desperate to have lent himself to this.
I wish I could have given this movie a zero because it doesn't deserve even one star. It is impossible to spoil the plot, actually, because there isn't one to speak of. The reason I ticked that box is because I am going to tell you how it ends, which is such a stupid ridiculous ending that I wanted to hurl. A bunch of armed characters - it wasn't obvious what 'agency' - arrive at a penal facility of a rather weird kind that has been compromised. Lots of time is spent checking empty rooms and shouting 'clear' before finally one dead body is found. A maniac is found locked inside a sensory withdrawal tank. The team members get bumped off one by one by some mysterious invisible enemy. Why they blaze away at "it" with apparently useless weapons (half of them only have pistols) is just one of the thousands of plot holes. Anyway, they all get killed in the end. And here it comes - what is the "enemy"? It is the building itself!! How a "building" can mangle them up is not apparent. Guy walking down a corridor suddenly starts blazing away and then argh! kabump! He's dead! Perhaps concrete walls can suddenly become space aliens? Do not waste part of your life watching this drivel. All I can conclude is that Wesley Snipes must be on his uppers and desperate for cash to have accepted a starring role in this tripe. I am certainly going to look VERY closely at the reviews of any more Wesley Snipes movies in future.
The worst writing and screenplay = a waste of low budget funds
What was WWE Studios, KISS' Gene Simons and Wesley Snipes thinking producing this mess? Did they read the same screenplay I just watched and say "let's do this"?

OK I get it, Wesley Snipes must've pushed this film because he was to star in it (although not the main character), but what was everyone else smoking?

This is the first (and hopefully last) attempt at writing from Matt Savelloni. This film was total nonsense, with more plot holes, missing plots and confusing dialogue than each of the 93 minutes of run time. And of that 93 minutes, I'd say at least 15 mins where the same series of empty corridor shots with dumb bright beams coming from the windowed walls - totally pointless. Someone got bored tying the screenplay and copy- pasted "freeze camera at empty corridor #6 for 1 minute". And the dialogue - worst I've seen in a long time.

The only decent aspects of this film were Matthew Irving's cinematography, and (being very generous here) actor-turned-director John Stockwell's directing - although if he ever does the multiple fast zoom-in zoom-outs (during the war conflict scene) again, he should just stick to acting.

Oh ya, the acting... terrible. This was Anne Heche's worst acting, as if she dreaded being in any scene. And as for Wesley Snipes, he looked so bored in every scene, even the only fight scene he was in was boring.

Had more effort been put into the concept (hired a professional writer to give the screenplay a huge face-lift - for starters), and had the director cracked the whip a little more, there certainly was room for potential.

Instead, I had to watch a film with trained military walking around solo (not in pairs to watch each others '6') with the same gun and flashlight held up, constantly startled, pointing the flashlight around and entire room over and over, and saying "who's there!?". Or someone laying dead with half their skull missing and his buddy crouched over top of him calling his name (as if asking "are you OK?!") expecting him to answer.

Seriously, OK an amateur wrote this garbage, but who wasted their money to fund and yet approved this garbage?

It's only a generous 2/10 from me only for the decent cinematography and a few good acted and intense scenes here and there.
Expecting an action movie, got a horror movie.
So this is not an action movie starring Wesley Snipes, this is a horror movie with Snipes in it. I went to see if cause the way Snipes was all over the movie poster (all by himself) I was hoping for a decent action film with hopefully one stylish Snipes fighting scenes. What I got instead was something I can see people having a hard time advertising.

Snipes leads a team of marines into a prison where a secret government interrogation tool is being held in order to find out why they lost contact with the first half of the team. As the movie progressed, I'm thinking it was going to be some hi-tech, who-done-it mystery as the crew used surveillance to find out what happen to the first team but as Wesley's team gets picked off one by one, I'm seeing it as a completely different demographic. Even though it's not scary, it still had all the elements,similar to how the action movie, Aliens is a horror movie about marines battling monsters, and how Predator is the same thing. This movie is no where near as good as Aliens or Predator, but it is a very good suspense drama about war. The area where the action takes place is a huge prison that looks like a video game. Plus gene Simmons of Kiss ( who now has a bald head) is in it.

Confused cause I did not get what I came for but it does not disappoint.
Good Idea, Poor Execution
A decent and intriguing concept gone awry. This science fiction movie with occult overtones had great promise but it employed a huge mistake, however, in postponing the use of a major flashback using it instead as a supposedly cute revealing twist towards the end of the movie. Starring the relatively unknown Dave Annable along with Ann Heche and Wesley Snipes, this movie is about a special ops team that goes into a secured facility to investigate the disappearance of other members of their team that were staffing the facility. The movie begins and continues with a strong music track with its thunderous, physically pulsating music in the tradition of The Terminator (1984). It also offers up especially in the beginning good cinematography and visual landscape shots. There is good pacing along with the editing and a nice lack of the usual stereotypical character introductions with the characters being all professional and smart. The director makes great use of the actual location interior set and lighting design for the creepy, isolating sensation to build up the suspense.

Yet from a very promising plot outline, the movie follows a flawed script full of distracting, irritating weaknesses that start to pile up. Instead of just revealing the merciless killing of innocent Afghanis at the beginning of the movie, the script attempts to be overly cute believing using it as a wonderful twist would be a brilliant surprise. Instead the audience is presented with a mini-Alien (1979) outline in one minute from the dining scene to the killing scenes in which all the victims find themselves all alone. We have a crappy truck driver who can't see a small girl out of control on her bicycle barreling towards the truck.? We this amazing military team who supposedly have no immediately access to explosives or to make any when they get trapped inside a secret facility. Why not try breaking down a locked heavy loading bay door with a truck or use it as a potential gasoline bomb? It's hard to believe that this team is really "trapped." Then twenty minutes in a gruesome death of a former colleague is discovered, but nobody seems interesting in assessing what might have happened. Then in the forthcoming minutes more bodies start piling up which aren't examined either for clues. Not only that, but the team members seem to end up searching by themselves and not in two by two formations as ordered by Wesley Snipes leaving each of them stupidly vulnerable.

There's another scene further into the movie involving a discussion about the families of the victims that is oddly out of sequence considering the magnitude of the unknown threat that still exists that could emerge to kill any person still left alive. Overlooked until much later is the video replay of events of the beginning of the movie. Then there's the obvious oversight on the part of the team as to who is responsible for the murderous mystery and again the stupid use of a single team members to conduct important tasks without anybody looking at each other's backs.

The basic theme mind control incorporated into movie might have been borrowed from the Galaxy of Terror (1981) plot, B-rated science fiction movie and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) but again way under used in this movie. Then the movie eventually descends into the typical strained, two-dimensional, paranoid debate between testosterone loaded characters unlike the more captivating and compelling realism of science fiction thriller The Andromeda Strain originated by Michael Crichton's work and adapted into a movie by Robert Wise. It hard to believe that as smart as computer programmers might be having designed supposed the most technologically intrusive lie detector that someone's imagination couldn't extend the logic further, especially with all the similar science fiction movies that have permeated society such as The Matrix (1999) or The Thirteenth Floor (1999), or Total Recall (1990).

As with Event Horizon (1997), this movie appears to take the easy way out with apparent random mysterious happenings without much logical explanation, like a series of Cube (1997) all manner of dying scenes which in Cube's case were connected to a unifying malevolent entity. Strangely even more than half the way through the movie, the team members don't seem to really take serious defensive measure to protect themselves, adding to the unreasonable distracting factor of the movie which continues throughout much of the movie even as things become even interestingly spookier. Yet what seems to work so well for Ridley Scott in Alien (1979) or Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996) or Supernova (2000) in the buildup to and the revelation of the source of the mystery, doesn't seem to have the same ultimately fearful impact. Any why is it that the response to "What is it?" when characters in the movie see something strange they inevitably end up staying "Nothing" of course. The boring, unimaginative clichés have begun to pile up at this point. There's the one death of a character that really doesn't make much sense towards the end of the movie and there's the reality crashing into the mystically science fiction and horror/occult elements like oil and water unsettling the pace and rhythm and tone of the whole movie. Way too much time was spent on the typical violence of most movies instead of the basic more intriguing science fiction theme of the movie. By the end of the movie, the audience has been tossed around like a salad with an unbalanced taste of sweet and sour by a sous chef.

For something that really amazing try the little known science fiction techno thriller The Machine (2013) which is dazzling in its script and delivery.
Wow! Nice little gem
OK, Snipe was not playing the best role of the movie, but he was part of a solid team.

I really don't agree with the negatives reviews. It is a low budget movie, but it doesn't matter because they made something really nice with what they had.

The shooting is well done, the soundtrack is also nice, and the casting is really impressive. I mean, all the new faces where really good actors, and during the entire movie we felt that Snipe was really well surrounded. And it felt fresh to see all those new solid faces.

The only negative thing I have to say is about the beginning of the movie. It felt badly written and empty. But after that, you can sit and enjoy the nice work.
Extra ordinary low budget
Simple movie, but worthy. Kinda have this sci-fi horror action thriller feel to it, but u don't know what it is... Simple movie, with old timer Snipes back in the game... Movie don't feel cheap nor expensive, Just like an 90ties classical action. I liked it, different and new... So go ahead, open pack of M&M, heaten upp your pizza stone and enjoy this simple flick with that classical feel to it.
What happened to Wesley Snipes
A team of highly trained operatives find themselves trapped inside an isolated military compound after its AI is suddenly shut down. The crew begins to experience strange and horrific phenomena as they attempt to uncover what killed the previous team. Armed Response is the kind of film that is gonna make you question yourself 3 simple things: "why am i watching this?", "why am i so bored?" and "what happened to Snipes career?" and believe me i asked all those questions myself since the movie was awful in ways that i can't explain for example a guy gets killed by getting his arms stretched off from a wall with awful cgi, someone else dies from a truck and a lot of people either kill themselves or die from a ghost also spoiler it's not an action movie and Snipes fans will be disappointed he hardly does anything in the entire movie and he eventually dies from grabbing a glass window with electric power. For around 48 minutes the film is trying desperately to make everything a mystery and we just don't care. The acting is mediocre at best and Seth Rollins should never ACT again ever and WWE needs to stop making films in general, the marketing is off in so many ways and the entire film tries to kill it's remaining characters in less than 25 minutes and it's 1 hour and 33 minutes of a sh*t show. I'm so disappointed by this movie it was stupid, boring and above all awful and Snipes should start reading better scripts the next time. (0/10)
A Low Budget Action Jumble
Armed Response is a low budget action/sci-fi movie starring Wesley Snipes and Anne Heche amongst others. A special forces team is assigned a mission of going into a highly classified location known as The Temple. The Temple is where a super computer used to interrogate high profile suspects is located. Upon losing contact with the team which was guarding it, a rescue/investigative special-ops group is sent in to assess the situation. They discover that everyone is dead and that there is a wanted war lord locked up in the facility. The plot thickens when it turns out that the super computer in fact killed almost everyone and has now locked the new team in the facility and will not let them out. They have to work out how and why this is happening. From there the movie gravitates more towards sci-fi and horror action.

Overall it's a poor effort. It had some potential but it was wasted as the acting is wooden and the dialogue goes from mediocre to bad. The effects are as one would expect from a low budget production and the big twist is easily predicted and not that difficult to work out. The actors seemed to try but the story and script obviously did not leave much to work with. Not the worst movie out there but its predictable and not really worth the time of watching it either.
The latest Snipes is like watching the latest Seagal...
Wesley Snipes. The man of Passenger 57, Demolition Man, U.S. Marshals, The Blade Trilogy.. But also films like Murder At 1600, The Art Of War and Game Of Death are also among his best but we've also had to endure a lot of trash (see almost everything else in his filmography for that).

His latest success was his performance in the flawed Expendables 3. With "Armed Response" he really hit a new low. That also goes for Anne Heche (why is she in this movie ?). I read the bad reviews but watched it anyway because I was prepared it was not just an action movie, but an action/horror movie. Well, it wasn't either. No scares, no action, no fighting, no thrills, no tension.

Just one single location and one 'special forces' team trying to figure out what's going on for the entire running time of 90 minutes. You'll get bored out of your mind because nothing happens. Some people show up dead, they are trapped, the computer did it, zzzzzz. Goodnight..
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