It must have been a great pitch: DEAD POETS SOCIETY meets RAMBO meets RANSOM OF THE RED CHIEF meets THE GODFATHER. This must have sounded like the perfect prescription for box-office success to some clueless studio executive. Horrifyingly, TOY SOLDIERS was made.
The film opens in an unidentified Latin American country, where evil terrorist Luis Cali (Andrew Divoff) has taken over the capital building. This evil Latin American terrorist, who has a pony-tail and wears what seems to be ensembles from the Gap, throws a woman off a balcony and dumps a judge
from his helicopter to make his point. He is angry because the US has kidnapped his drug-kingpin father and ca...