An elite squad of American paratroopers goes behind enemy lines in Normandy on a mission to set up the navigational equipment that will aid Allied forces in the D-Day invasion in this war drama inspired by actual events. With little time to prepare and no support once they've landed on the ground, the fearless paratroopers must avoid the German infantry while locating the ideal site for the equipment. The job won't be easy but should they succeed, the tide of the entire war will be turned in the Allies favor, striking a crucial blow against their enemies, and paving the path to ultimate victory. Christopher Serrone and Michael Conner Humphreys star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I challenge you to do ANY better with a cast of ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE actors and a budget of $125.32 ... an "A" for effort but this movie was ineffectively told and very poorly delivered ...... too bad, since a competent production might have made this (mostly true) story into one helluva movie.
Pathfinders has an interesting story but the production is poor and the acting is rather as a B grade film. Most of the film is with the actors right in the face and this affect is rather boring and the producers must have used this method to reduce the cost for sets. Special effects were a D minus. Had this film been produced by a big named studio and the use of more professional actors, it most likely would have been a success.