Out of Bounds Reviews
This is the start of some unfortunate events for Daryl. Suddenly he finds himself being suspected for killing his own brother and his girlfriend. Daryl becomes a fugitive with both the cops and Gaddis hot on his trails. Eventually he gets hold of Dizz to ask for help, and together they seek vengeance against Gaddis while Daryl attempts to clear his own name.
I have wanted to see this movie since 1986, and finally I was able to do so. After three strikes with "Sixteen Candles", "The Breakfast Club" and "Weird Science", Mr. Hall chose to do this thriller in 1986 to get out of the geek typecast. Fair enough, but unfortunately "Out Of Bounds" is a bloody mess that has no whatsoever logic to anything really. There are so many flaws in the story and the movie that you just can not figure out how they were thinking when making this film. Anthony Michael Hall looks very uncomfortable as Daryl and his acting and mannerism does not work for this type of movie.
The way I see it, "Out Of Bounds" has really only one plus, and that is JENNY WRIGHT. I just can not get enough of her...... Her looks, her mannerism, her aura, her way of looking vulnerable, the way she walks and talks. She is by far my biggest 80s crush and I still love to watch her specifically in her 80s movies. And in "Out Of Bounds" she has this punky cool look that is just uberhot. Love her outfit in the plane sequence... So, if you are a fan of Jenny Wright, you should just indulge yourself in this wobbly 80s thriller.