Ignition (Kingdom Come) (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

Ignition (Kingdom Come) (2001)

Ignition (Kingdom Come) (2001)

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The political thriller B-movie Ignition was released straight to video in the U.S. Bull Pullman stars as Conor Gallagher, a former military helicopter pilot who was discharged due to his violent rage. He is assigned to protect Federal Judge Faith Mattis (Lena Olin) after a mail bomb goes off in her office. Meanwhile, the U.S. is about to put a man on the moon and corrupt military officials plan to assassinate the President. Colm Feore plays the corrupt bad guy, General Joel MacAteer, and Peter Kent plays his henchman Brunson.

Cast

Bill Pullman
as Conor Gallagher
Lena Olin
as Faith Mattis
Colm Feore
as Gen. Joel MacAteer
Peter Kent
as Brunson
C. Ernst Harth
as Repairman
Nicholas Lea
as Peter Scanlon
Hrothgar Mathews
as Douglas Penabad
Roger Dunn
as Debakker
Lori Ann Triolo
as Mrs. Russo
John Kapelos
as Conor's Lawyer
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Audience Reviews for Ignition (Kingdom Come)

½

The hokey plot and far fetched situation make this film one to skip watching. The two leads, Lena Olin and Bill Pullman are better than average, but they can't breathe any life into this poorly crafted film. Filled with cliche's and has a cheap made for television look to it.

James Higgins
James Higgins
½

58/100. The hokey plot and far fetched situation make this film one to skip watching. The two leads, Lena Olin and Bill Pullman are better than average, but they can't breathe any life into this poorly crafted film. Filled with cliche's and has a cheap made for television look to it.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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