The Sentinel Reviews
This makes him hard to believe when three numbskulls coerce another agent into giving up the top man. Thus ensues some mind boggingly dull chases, moronic decision making and the cast wearing slippers to ensure they didn't wake up any of the leads as they slumbered their way through this dogs dinner.
You can practically see the smile on Douglas' face when he finally walks out of the Whitehouse and collects his cheque.
Review contains spoilers*
*so you don't have to watch this, thank me now.
Unfortunately, The Sentinel is a dull and boring affair, and whilst it's helped by Michael Douglas' performance, there's just nothing noteworthy about it. That being said, it could be seen as light entertainment, and it didn't offend me or anything.
(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
Not bad, but it could have been better. Seems like they were going for a "Fugitive" style premise, but the overall story just wasn't good enough. Kiefer Sutherland and Michael Douglas are great, but otherwise it's below average.