The Peacemaker (1997)
Diplomatic Siege (1999)
... Interrogation of the one surviving member of the group reveals that the trigger bomb (nominal yield: 1-2 kilotons) from one of the warheads is missing. It is learned that the bomb was taken by a Bosnian serb, and that it may be intended to destroy the UN headquarters in New York.
Behind Enemy Lines (2001)
... Steve Mitchell is clandestinely sent to the US embassy in Bucharest, Romania to disarm a nuclear bomb...
... Unexpectedly, a group of terrorists representing the "Serbian Liberation Front" raid the embassy, killing a number of people and taking 37 hostage.
... Steve witnesses a surprising deadly takeover of the building by the Serbian Liberation Front. With thirty-seven people taken hostage, including Steve's stepson, they demand the immediate release of their imprisoned leader who is being held for war crimes against humanity. If not, they will kill one hostage every hour.
The Fourth Angel (2001)
... The local Bosnian Serb Army commander, General Miroslav Lokar (Olek Krupa), is involved in a secret genocidal campaign against the local Muslim population.
... As the Serb patrol moves on, Stackhouse ends up being executed by one of Lokar's right-hand man and assassin, Sasha (Vladimir Mashkov).
... UH-1 Huey helicopters of the USMC finally arrive and fire on the Serbs.
Sniper 2 (2002)
... After a while of waiting inside the Limassol airport, everyone gets back on the plane—which is then hijacked by a group of terrorists known as the August 15th Movement, led by a Serbian man named Ivanic Loyvek (Serge Soric) and his right-hand man Karadan Maldic (Ivan Marevich). And they are demanding $50,000,000 from the US State Department in one hour, or everyone on the airplane will die.
The Hunted (2003)
... A former Marine sniper is lured back in on a top-secret mission to take out a Serbian general who is committing atrocities on the Muslim population. His partner in this mission is a death-row convict who has been given the chance to earn his freedom.
... Beckett is tasked with assassinating Gen. Valstoria, a Serbian general who is responsible for hit-and-run ethnic cleansing operations.
The Hunting Party (2007)
... The move opens with some of the most brutal and vile carnage I have ever seen onscreen. In Kosovo during the Bosnian war, a Serbian commander is killing every non-Serb thing that breathes. Men. Women. Children. It didn't matter.
... US Special Services Operations specialist, Aaron Hallam (Benicio Del Toro) is assigned to kill the Serbian commander. With skill and cunning, Hallam dispatches the Serb commander in a bloodbath in the commander's own blood.
... He tells Duck that, through a source, he has located Radoslav Bogdanović—known as "The Fox"—who is a wanted war criminal with a US$5 million bounty on his head: he is assumed to be in the village of Čelebići in Republika Srpska (Serbian entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina), near the border with Montenegro.
last but not least:
Untitled Love Story (2011) a.k.a. Untitled Angelina Jolie Directorial Project
... The scenario of Angelina’s film is scandalous where in one scene, twenty Serbs, aging from boys to pensioners, are shown raping a beautiful young Muslim girl while the Serbian women nearby are watching and cheering the men on. In another scene, a lunatic Serbian soldier cuts off the breast of a raped Muslim woman and furiously bites into it.
... The Serbian soldier, ashamed of his army and country, abandons his unit and joins the Muslim cause, falls in love with the girl, converts to Islam, and becomes the most passionate soldier in the Bosnian army.
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A ko to kontroliše Holivud? (Who controls Hollywood?)
Of the forty-eight(48) senior executives of the major Hollywood studios, trade unions, and talent agencies, forty(40) are Jews or have Jewish spouses. This is a numerical representation of 83%. Jews are approximately 2% of the United States population.* This means that Jews are over-represented among the senior executives of the major Hollywood studios, trade unions, and talent agencies by a factor of 41.5 times, or 4,150 percent. This extreme numerical over-representation of Jews among the senior executives of the major Hollywood studios, trade unions, and talent agencies cannot be explained away as a coincidence or as the result of mere random chance.