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Toy Soldiers
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Toy Soldiers 1991


From Amazon: Toy Soldiers is a slick dose of high-concept absurdity, and lots of fun if you don't think about it afterward. Adapted from a novel by William P. Kennedy, it's got the swift momentum that's a specialty of screenwriter David Koepp, whose later credits include Jurassic Park and Spider-Man. Matching Koepp's narrative energy is director and cowriter Daniel Petrie Jr., who wrote Beverly Hills Cop, and whose big-screen career stalled after this crowd-pleasing debut. The hokey plot involves a class of prep-school misfits (led by Sean Astin and Wil Wheaton) who use their rebellious ingenuity to foil Colombian terrorists...

Directed By:
No image existsDan Petrie Jr.
Written By:
No image existsDan Petrie Jr.
Starring:
No image existsSean Astin
No image existsWil Wheaton
No image existsKeith Coogan
No image existsAndrew Divoff
No image existsDenholm Elliott
No image existsLouis Gossett Jr.
No image existsShawn Phelan

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Toy Soldiers Movie Review by Zara (1/24/2007)

If I were to choose a picture to put in the dictionary next to the term "underrated" it would be one of Sean Astin. Overlooked for most of his career first for being just another spawn of famous acting parents and later overlooked for not fitting into a leading man mold (he's short, he's stocky and let's face it - that...

(complete Toy Soldiers review by Zara)



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