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Captain Craig McKenzie, a former US special forces soldier, is hired to protect a group of millionaires who want to experience firsthand the kicks and thrills of war. But this time things don't go exactly to plan.
While the conclusion doesn't inspire much enthusiasm, Soldiers of Fortune carries a lot further than most of its ilk, providing a small dose of entertainment in a genre that typically elicits eye-rolls and yawns.
Korostyshevsky doesn't waste a lot of time getting from run-jump-shoot to duck-roll-cover and back again; the artillery decibel level isn't matched by any notable level of filmmaking craft or excitement.