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Behind Enemy Lines (2001)The film tells the story of Lieutenant Chris Burnett, an American naval flight officer who is shot down over Bosnia, and struggles to survive the relentless pursuit of a ruthless secret police enforcer, a deadly tracker, and countless hostile troops.
Actors of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"Tarik FilipovicBirthdate: 11 March 1972, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia [now Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina]
Characters of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"
Directors of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"John MooreBirthdate: 1970, Dundalk, Ireland
Creators of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"Jim ThomasJohn Thomas
Critic Reviews of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"Minneapolis Star TribuneNovember 06, 2002
The filmmakers do their best to distract us, but eventually it becomes hard to ignore that Behind Enemy Lines is one long chase sequence.Washington PostDecember 08, 2001
An old-fashioned game of the cinematic cat-and-mouse, soldier-on-the-run variety.New York ObserverDecember 06, 2001
The only thing certain about Behind Enemy Lines is that Mr. Wilson is in it for the chance to work with Mr. Hackman, and Mr. Hackman is in it for the money.Ebert & RoeperDecember 03, 2001
A piece of junk.Los Angeles TimesNovember 30, 2001
Pro forma stuff, so much so that you start to wonder why no fetching femme resistance fighter materializes to help the Americans on the ground.Washington PostNovember 30, 2001
This baby comes equipped with all the bells and missiles. Given the standard-issue plot, it's about all it can be.Common Sense MediaOctober 14, 2010
Action movie with intense peril and devastation.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteJanuary 07, 2005
From its prosaic title to its convenient timeliness, this valentine to U.S. military guys hamstrung by officious NATO bureaucrats could hardly seem less promisingCourier-Journal (Louisville, KY)June 25, 2004
That's just one of many reasons why I'm reluctant to call Behind the Lines entertainment. Propaganda, MTV-style, might be closer to the truth.Entertainment TodayJuly 18, 2003
A satisfying enough piece of giddy-up entertainment that raises a few passing questions about the American 'cowboy mentality' before ultimately deciding it's a lot more fun to simply eat your action movie cake than try to have it too.Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)May 30, 2003
Behind Enemy Lines crosses into the ugly side of patriotism.RTÉ (Ireland)January 30, 2003
Plays more like a recruitment video for the US military than any serious examination of conflict.
Gallery of "Behind Enemy Lines (2001)"