I will say that there was a glimmer of redemption in the film that was hidden in the plot. The subject of Americaís current struggles with North Korea havenít gotten much screen time in Hollywood (aside from TEAM AMERICA) and I think there is a good plot in there somewhere. However, as hard as this one tried, it just never reached the level that we could take it seriously. Too often it felt like a repeat episode of the A-Team where you ask stupid questions like; Why does everyone speak English? Or Why does the lead actorís hair never get messed up? Itís simple things like that that tend to take away credibility from a film.
Also, BEHIND ENEMY LINES 2 is guilty of the cardinal sin of b-movies. That is, it seems like they only had about 45 minutes worth of footage, but through the use of flashbacks and repeat scenes, managed to stretch it out to over 90 minutes. Iím sure itís a budget necessity, but itís extremely annoying.
Communicating Behind Enemy Lines (14:55): Language barriers arose since there were so many different ethnicities on the set. This featurette discusses some of those challenges, along with the importance of communication within the film. There were a lot of movie scenes in here and the featurette wasnít very interesting. Thereís too many instances where the participants brag about the movie rather than talk about the movie.
Exploring Enemy Lines (8:51): James Dodson did his research for the story, which is why itís frustrating that the movie turned out to be unfulfilling. The decision to use North Korea was made after the decision to make the film, which is interesting. Other than that, this is a lot of repeats from the commentary.
There are also some Previews.