The opening scene looks spectacular. Right up until the predictable point at about minute 2:00 where, first we are led to believe that multiple blanks fired at point-blank range (and to the face!) don't cause injuries, and then we have the almost-attractive young woman cast as the disaffected girl with the troubled past as she tries to imitate what a long range marksman might be and talk like, and not only are her lines the worst in the film, her delivery is even worse than the rest of the cast. There is no such thing as a "Three oh eight win mag" and nobody ever got a "sucking chest wound" from a rifle round (other than maybe a Barrett) - she's just spouting jargon that her character would never say, but sounded cool to the director. On top of that, given the next scene as she walks back to her buddies in about 2 minutes, she can't have been more than about 30 yards away. But - like with so many other movies, they make an attempt to try and make yet another girl seem just as tough as all the boys by strapping her up with a cool-looking piece of Navy SEAL kit. This movie is fairly well shot, but the script is predictable, the dialog cheap, and the acting some of the worst I've seem from the three well-known leading actors. Jean-Paul does make an honest effort (at least) compared to Bruce Willis and Claire Forlani - both of whom have seminal work that is light years above this. All said, not the worst movie I have seen, but a very big disappointment considering the cast. I've long been a big fan of Claire - although she seemed to have more class than this, but I guess there are "no small roles, only small actors." I did watch it all the way through to the end though. At least there's that, right?