As a fledgling filmmaker, actor-turned-director Carl Franklin churned out three potboilers for Roger Corman's Concorde Pictures. The last of the trio, EYE OF THE EAGLE II: INSIDE THE ENEMY, is a by-the-numbers 'Nam vengeance drama shot in the Philippines.
In the midst of the Vietnam war, Private Anthony Glenn (William Field) is the only survivor from a platoon that was betrayed by their commanding officer, Major Sorenson (Andy Wood). Glenn attempts to get Sorenson court-martialed but runs headfirst into a coverup engineered by Sorenson himself.
With the help of Mai, a Vietnamese girl who was sexually exploited by Sorenson, Glenn hunts for the major, bent on brin...