Universal Squadrons

Synopsis: After returning to civilian life as a Texas rancher, Captain Lance Deakin fends off attacks from former members of his unit as he struggles to uncover the truth of what he did as a soldier in Iraq. The military performed experiments on Lance and his men to turn them into super-soldiers and brainwashed them to remember their top secret missions as the hyper-violent content of a video game called MINUTEMAN. Lance must uncover the truth in time to save the woman he loves.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Mark Millhone
Production: dreamFly Productions
84 min

Universal Squadrons

This is the 47th battalion supply

Our depot was in no man's land.

The army had forgotten us.

There was nothing in

and there was nothing outside.

We did nothing all day

better to do, so ...

we were crazy.

Are you ready?

- Come on.

The game begins.

Come on, Butch.

Stalk me that.

Peekaboo kappy.

You see it, skipper.

- I am coming, friend.

That I have that nice

your friend said. I come, baby.

I come.

She said, "baby, take me

to the bad place. "

Come on.

I told you so.

Thank you Miss. Becca.

No problem, come back

if you want to drive again.

Come on boy.


You do not pay

for the pony rides, do you?

Of course not.

Well, as I had thought

you wanted to earn money here.

Lance heard anything?

- No.

That means nothing.

That does not mean that he

death or torture.

You should not think.

- Thanks Corky. You reassuring.

I'm for.

Come on, boy.


Form notice.

Proposed revised monthly

498 USD.

I'll kill you.

Do you do it before or after

I've assaulted you?

You will not forget this time.

- No, ma'am.

You said last time.

- I know.

How can I trust?

Because ...

I give you my word.

As an officer and a gentleman.

That is not enough.

How about because I love you.

I love you.

I wait for you to marry me,

since we were eight years ...

worms in my hair and you did.

Did you enjoy that, right?

But I can not keep your


I can not keep worrying

or they do not shoot you.

Honey, I've already told you,

I let myself shoot, okay?

The supply battalion's just ...

working for FedEx.

Except that, in the army,

you have nothing the next day.

The worst thing to me there

happened ...

I get an RSI of

Minuteman too much play.


- Yes, it's a video game.

We play there all the time.

So then my country.

Play video games.

Well, soldier ...

now you serve me.

And you need something

important for me.


- Yes.

I am ready, willing and ready.

How are Crackers?

Remember me, friend?

Now surely you recognize me or not?

Well done, lad.

I missed you.


You spray bullets everywhere.

You need one if not stalking.

So you get a hole in your head.

You almost had me killed.

- I just stay vigilant.

I see you have succeeded

that, during your service, not to die.


- I've missed you too, sir.

Did you all today



- Maybe.

With all due respect ...

this. 223 pages cost 60 cents each.

It's my disability.

I can spend as I want.

Put the bottles are ready.

Do it.

You should really look

headphones to use.

If you do good work,

you are still deaf.


- Never mind.


Never mind, sir.

- Okay, wise guy ...

let's see what you can.

Did you see today was not enough ammunition

for the whole province faded?

Ready, willing and ready.

That was a good bottle of whiskey.

That's alcohol abuse, boy.

Where did you learn to shoot?

- Video games.

I was in Iraq behind a desk

and I could just kill time.

So I played video games.

All gave some,

some gave all ...

and some played

damn video games.

Stand by, cap.

I see you.

I'll get you, friend.

Like that, huh?

Much talk, yes.

Only for authorized persons.


There's someone awake this morning.

I missed you.

- Me too.


Come on.

What are you excited this morning.

- I had a good breakfast, Cord.

I have done my best

while you were away, friend.

Thanks, Cord.

- No thanks.

I've done my best to Becca


That it did not want to say because they already

for a while nothing more was heard from you ...

you do not get taken prisoner

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