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(One to talk?)-I wish Old Val would lay off the doughnuts?
A poorly paced thriller with some decent actors in it that just doesn't live up to its potential. MacPherson, Val Kilmer's character, is an ex-marine looking for another vet who invited him to Arizona. Everyone in the town, including law enforcement, acts suspicious and is trying to make him leave. Gee, wonder if something bad happened to his friend. Jennifer Esposito, who usually plays tough women, was fairly wasted her. Still seeing MacPherson take out several officers on only one leg was worth the time to see this.
About as ordinary as it gets for an action movie with a social conscious in its plot. It's a lower budget movie and it shows despite a few recognisable names whom it's clearly just a pay-day for an not much else.
OKej rulle med hyffsade skådisar, men faaan vad Kilmer har pluffsat till sig
Great action packed movie of how a town was scared of one rich man. Val put him in his place.
Locals and cops are really mean for no reason to a completely innocent war vet just minding his own business...now why does this plot seem familiar? Because it's exactly the same as First Blood, the first of the Rambo franchise. It was lame then and, 30 years later, it's still lame. Hollywood desperately needs new writers.
hero movie! one guy comes and rescues whole town from greedy fingers of some rich despot
I'd be surprised if Val Kilmer didn't owe someone a favor or lose a bet when he signed on for this. Worse than a 'USA Up All Night' 2am movie with Rhonda Shear.
Melodramatic film that can be easily avoided. The summary of this film is highly inaccurate because it's not tense at all. Everyone had good Southern accents :3 It wasn't too bad, but not good either. Jay Jablonski really can't act, despite the good looks.
not bad and simple , i wonder if he really had a false kick?