Joining the spate of 1990s natural disaster films ("Twister," "Dante's Peak," "Armageddon," "The Perfect Storm," etc.) Sylvester Stallone has to rescue a group of people trapped in a NYC tunnel collapse. Yep, that's pretty much it. Sly fends off raging water, explosion, giant fans, and all manner of destruction while working to save a collection of New York character cliches. The film was directed by Rob Cohen, who gave us "XXX" and the original of the Fast and the Furious films, so he certainly knows his way around an action sequence, but the story and characters are so weak that the film is merely one set pieces followed by another. That's not necessarily a bad thing (it's essentially the formula for the Tom Cruise Mission Impossible films), but this film felt too formula and routine to really stand out. Supporting actors in the film included Amy Brenneman, Viggo Mortensen, Barry Newman, Dan Hedaya, Claire Bloom, Danielle Harris, and Stan Shaw. Meh.