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Like Rutger Hauer. good spy movie of the 80s very clear ..
A thriller, whether it's a book or film, should at the very least provide some thrills, and it's here that the film falls far short of the mark.
The assistance of the bad guy that thinks he's a good guy knows better so this makes him a bad guy and an unwitting pawn in the scheme.
Plot was gimmicky and not very credible but still kept your interest.Published 2 months ago by Marc L'Anglais
not without interest but peckinpah was declining health wise and artistically by this point. fPublished 3 months ago by Michael Cohen
For those of you who might be a little confused as to what this movie is all about let me give you a little help. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bernie
The quality of the film is terrible. It looks like a copy from vhs. Dark with several areas where it actually stops and restarts. I wouldn't reccomend to anyone.Published 4 months ago by Music Lover
Quite a stunning suspense film, briliently directed by Sam Peckinpah.Published 7 months ago by O. KAY
Probably one of the less violent Peckinpahs, and a pretty good spy thriller with some nice twists. John Hurt stands out (as usual) and Rutger Hauer, Meg Foster (starring with her... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Propertia
Good show but it is, of course, dated but the stars are still shining!Published 8 months ago by Jim Orr
I read the book and its one of the first and most best Ludlum movies, other than the Holocroft Convenant.Published 8 months ago by S. Skaaf