The nightmare of American soldiers held captive in the Vietnamese jungles. A brutal depiction of confinement and torture is highlighted by the resistance and bravery of the prisoners. Chuck Norris stars as an American who leads an impossible escape and returns to seek an explosive revenge. A rousing battle highlights the emotionally charged climax.
Even though it is a Hollywood film, it's still a Chuck Norris classic. Lots of action and a fair amount of those scenes tend to be violent. But then isn't that what you would expect out of a Chuck Norris film.
I used to working in a movie theater that had this movie, I’ve seen the end of the movie a lot of times. I have seen the whole movie a couple of times and I never get tired of it. It has a lot of action in it and Chuck Norris being Chuck Norris gives it an additional bonus.
The war in Vietnam has always been controversial. In 1985 when I was 13 this move was an eye opener. I have to say that war movies by Chuck Norris were the best.. Missing in Action was suppose to depict what was happening to our soldiers in Vietnam, and why they were left behind.. The action is rather dry. The climax was good, and defines why " he was still alive" for $15.00 and HD its' worth it..
This movie is dry but an eye opener to what our soldiers had to face day in and day out.. when captured.