The movie is set in World-War II where some commandos are sent to North Africa to assassinate a high-ranking person.
In one of the scenes, it's night, and a black scorpion is walking towards a wounded soldier. Another soldier wants to kill the scorpion, but the commander won't let him. At last scorpion stings the wounded soldier and kills him.
The commander says, "He was a burden for us".
Which movie is this?
Update: I vaguely remember that at the last of the movie, commandos open a door to shoot a general, but some soldiers are ready and as soon as the door gets opened, they shoot back the commandos. I think commandos think that the voice of the general is coming from behind the door, but it turns out that the voice is coming from radio.