The Last Drop (2005) Colin Teague [Reposted]

The Last Drop (2005) Colin Teague
Director: Colin Teague | Producers: Hamish Skeggs, Andrei Boncea | Writers: Colin Teague, Gary Young | Cast: Billy Zane, Michael Madsen, Karel Roden, Tommy Flanagan, Nick Moran, Coral Beed, Rafe Spall, Sean Pertwee, Laurence Fox, Louis Dempsey | Music: David Julyan | Cinematography: Maxime Alexandre | Editor: Michael Ellis | Runtime: 103 min | Language: English, with English & Spanish subtitles included in rar files (sub/idx) | Format: DvdRip, Color, NTSC, Avi | Country: UK, USA |


Synopsis: In the midst of a bold military strike designed to end World War II before Christmas, a skilled team of special operatives are assigned the task of locating a hidden cache of Nazi gold in this tense wartime adventure starring Michael Madsen and Billy Zane. With 35,000 United States troops dropped behind enemy lines in German-occupied Holland, the top-secret team, code-named "Matchbox," sets out to claim the valuable booty and bring it back to aid the U.S. war effort. The film is set in the backdrop of World War II, during Operation Market Garden, the largest full scale airborne invasion in history. Corporal Powell (Newbon), an undercover British Intelligence officer, has been given command of a small unit of men, codenamed Matchbox. Their assignment is to retrieve a horde of Dutch gold and art treasures that has been plundered by the Nazis and is now headed for Berlin in a seemingly impregnable safe. Simple enough, but when Matchbox is shot down short of the drop point their plan goes awry and Powell is forced to recruit the assistance of several colorful characters, including a smart mouthed petty thief (Moran), a drunken bomb disposal expert (Flanagan), and a smooth talking pilot with a keen eye for the ladies (Zane)...

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Jan Stefan said...

part 12 is missing!

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