I'm a fan of indie films and low budget actioneers as their production quality has really improved over the last few years, to the point that some of my favorite movies from the last couple of years were actually independent films. That being said, even though I was a tad hesitant on this title as the last two "Behind Enemy Lines" sequels were lackluster affairs, I went ahead and picked it up.
I actually quite enjoyed the film despite its flaws. It felt like the director just said, we don't have a HUGE budget here, but let's just go nuts with what we do have. The opening gunfight treats you to more slow motion bullet impacts then you're likely to see in an entire film elsewhere, but if you're like me you enjoy that sort of nonsense. Then there were several "bail out" scenes where a team member would jump from a moving vehicle and just barely miss having an RPG impact his center body mass...how they filmed those scenes I'm still trying to figure out because they were pretty nuts to behold. And the fight that ensues in the city at the end with Lex basically fighting off a city block's worth of bad guys is just insane...not believable, but incredibly fun to watch, lol. The one thing this sequel had going for it that the other 2 didn't was that it had a director who knew how to appeal to pure action/adrenaline junkies with his style of cinematography.
So if you're looking for a good popcorn flick that is more style than substance, I'd recommend a viewing.