Soldiers of Fortune
- 1 hr 34 min
Captain Craig McCenzie (Christian Slater) has served his time in the military as a member of the Special Forces. He has returned to the United States and is not doing so great financially, when he stumbles upon a group of mercenaries who are interested in hiring him for his expertise. They stage a robbery to test him, but McCenzie is not convinced. They are called soldiers of fortune and they want Craig to work for them. They provide a service for millionaires who want to be involved in military action, but not the dangers that come with it. His reputation of never losing a man during the time that he served his country makes him perfect for the job. Craig realizes that he may get a chance to get back at Mason (Colm Meaney) and his interest is immediately peaked, especially since Mason is the one responsible for both Craig and Reed (Freddy Rodríguez) being dishonorably discharged from the military, complete with an inability to obtain gainful employment, he accepts the challenge. As Craig looks over the list of millionaires that he is charged with, he realizes that he has his work cut out for him. Dimidov (Sean Bean) is one of the millionaires who is a metals magnate, with some unverifiable abilities in leading troops and Sam Haussman (James Cromwell) a C.E.O., for a major telecom company are just two of the five millionaires willing to put their money where their mouth is. The millionaires are anything but happy with their accommodations and start their first evening at the training camp by living it up with champagne, which Haussmen brings to the event. Before the night is over, McCenzie puts them all to the test. As the two boats approach the planned destination, the one that is captained by his buddy Reed, which is also carrying the body guards, is blown out of the water. Captain McCenzie must now protect the millionaires and get them back to safety. Maxim Korostyshevsky directs this action adventure, with Ving Rhames as Grimaud.