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Still shot from the movie: Extreme Ops.

Extreme Ops

As Extreme Everything has been on screens lately, it has got to be difficult to "one-up" some of the other titles. Perhaps that's why the creators of Extreme Ops made the decision to go "one-down" instead by replacing the usual cardboard heroes with more believable characters. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: C+
Violence: C-
Sexual Content: C-
Language: C
Drugs/Alcohol: C+
Run Time: 93
Theater Release: 27 Nov 2002
Video Release:
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Most of the amazing stunts in this film are done without using special effects. Obviously stunts in a movie like this pose great risks unless you are a professional taking the appropriate precautions. (Even then, Werner Koenig, a producer and professional skier, was killed in an avalanche during location scouting for this movie.) The website, http://extremeopsmovie.com, provides extensive detail of all the rigging and safety equipment required to create the many heart-pounding shots in this film. Also note that many of the activities depicted (like boarding on top of a train) would be illegal in reality.

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