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Davey Osborne is an imaginative youngster who loves role-playing games, and who often enlists the aid of his best friend, an imaginary super-spy named Jack Flack. One day he witnesses a real murder of an FBI agent who passes a videogame called "Cloak & Dagger" to him before he dies. When the police come, the body is gone, and no one will believe him, including his father, Col. Hal Osborne. Soon Davey finds himself up to his neck in hairbreadth escapes, real bullets, and slam-bang action as the hitmen close in. Can Jack save him before time runs out? Cloak & Dagger stars Henry Thomas of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Dabney Coleman in a dual role of Jack and Davey's father, and Michael Murphy.
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I don't always enjoy movies with child actors, but felt the boy and the girl did well here. I always loved Dabney Coleman in this movie whether he's playing Jack Flack or the father.
The film is a nice snapshot of video gaming and other gaming at the time (Dungeons and Dragons has some product placement, intentional or not, and they made the predominate spy role playing game at this point in time.)
I was amused by the plans hidden in the video game - apparently, quite similar to the stealth bomber (called the invisible bomber when it's shown on screen.)
I do have one complaint. They keep calling the game 'a tape.' It's a cartridge! And anyone who was familiar with games back then, like the kid, or the guy who works the game shop would know better. I know, it's nitpicky. But if you know anything about video games and computers, you would be annoyed too. There's NO tape involved, it's a ROM chip.