Macho, sometimes unintentionally campy Vietnam flick from self-proclaimed "Zen fascist" John Milius. The Naval Bomber A-6 "Intruder," a title card informs us, could fly at treetop level in any weather and possessed no defensive weapons. Given that ominous description, the film takes us
to the naval cruiser commanded by Commander Frank Camparelli (Danny Glover) a by-the-book, benevolent despot, who has to deal with the emotional loss to Lieutenant Jake Grafton (Brad Johnson) of his flight partner, killed by ground fire on a futile raid by Intruders, a raid selected, not by the
military experts, but by the politicians. Jake is morose about the death and when the cock...