Kevin Hooks


I`ll be the first to admit that this film wasn`t particulary cliche free, but at least it was watchable. Yes, plot holes were visible and much of it was silly. For example, everyone knew that this computer nerd named Dodge had some secret information hidden in a stupid floppy disc, but everybody knows that only a complete idiot would store significant data in this crappy medium without a single backup copy. Then there`s thing I hate in many American films - the makers of the film expect that the viewer has absolutely no memory - if a man loses his beloved woman 20 minutes before the end of the film when some crazy ass killer lays her down with a bullet through the eye, the hero will have it completely forgot by the end of the film and be happy about the victory over the forces of evil, as if it didn`t cost him a thing. But this flick with one of the Baldwin brothers wasn`t too bad either. Yeah, I know I didn`t really write about the story, but who cares anyway.
2005-08-12 00:00:00
film, 1996