His Dark Materials
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Surpringly well acted low budget thriller
Although this film was well acted and scripted, I hate the message that this movie puts out--that dropping nuclear weapons is necessary under some circumstances and that it is the duty of the United States to police the world. With Donald Trump vying to be president, and the fact that he says that his foreign policy against any country vs the US is to "nuke 'em, " this a dangerous film to run at this time on any TV channel. And Sean Astin's character certainly typifies the type of person who supports Trump. It's a bad example for any time and place.
A direct to video thriller that's a nice little one time watch and nothing more.
Thought provoking and sobering. Hutton was great, as usual.
I just cannot find this movie anywhere!!!!!!
This is the first effort from Lurie, who went on to make the superior "The Contender" after this.
Pollak's performance is very good but the film itself falls flat. The film isn't terrible but it is nothing all that good either, simply mediocre.
I really liked this film. The film drew me in.
I really REALLY like this one. The premise is simple, in a snowed in diner in the middle of Colorado the president gets stuck on the way to an air force base. The possibility of nuclear war ensues.
Amazing! They could have called this "Prophesy", or did G.W. Jr. see this too and model himself accordingly? He must've fallen asleep near the end when the "Unelected" resigned.