5 I Cannot Look At These People As Packages Anymore!MovieZone | 19/01/2009 | See all MovieZone's reviews (88)Top 10 Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer The story opens with a rescue mission by a group of American Navy Seals detailed to bring back a Doctor, a Priest and a couple of Nuns in a Catholic Mission inside Nigeria, about twelve kilometres inside the neutral Cameroon Border. Nigeria is embroiled in a full-blown uprising after rebel soldiers are reported to have assassinated the Presidential family and established a dictatorship under the rebel general Yakubu. Fearing ethnic cleansing, the majority of the Ibo tribe have abandoned their homes, and are fleeing the country or searching for sanctuary wherever they may find it.The hostilities have reached genocide proportions and Dr. Lena Hendricks and the Nuns have gathered orphaned children and homeless families under the protection of the church, but the brutal rebel troops do not respect the sanctuary of the church. Throughout the region the rebels carry out ethnic cleaning and very few will escape the genocide, which is bound to follow. Captain Waters (Bruce Willis) and his team of Navy Seals are now faced to extradite the Doctor, Nuns and Priest with precious time running out before the rebel troops will arrive. Complicating the issue even further the Seals do not have the transportation facilities to "air lift" all the refugees to safety, just the four mission workers only.The story is excellent and gripping, the cast is terrific and the pace of the film keeps going with many twists and turns before the final credits roll. I am not saying that there are no flaws within the script as I'm sure some people may feel in places it's cheesy or wooden. I have watched this film several times now, a mark of a credible film, highlighting that if the storyline has any substance and credibility, then multiple viewings will never be a problem.