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Edward Everett Horton
Cynthia is married to Steve and is a selfish hard woman. She decides where they will live, who they will see and even gets rid of Dora, the nanny who raised Steve and is now raising their ... See full summary »
Robert B. Sinclair
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A government agency discovers that some of America's nuclear arsenal has been stolen by a private group planning to take over the world for themselves. Somehow, the agents must stop the group's plans for global domination, recover the stolen weapons, and prevent a nationwide panic by keeping everything secret. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
the great Martin Landau, of Ed Wood fame, in a hapless eighties turkey? Yes! This one is a weak "sci- fi" drama/ thriller about a mysterious organisation that actually runs the USA behind the government.
A solitary journalist tries to uncover the plot, but finds out that resistance is futile...
Some spectacularly weak directing and acting combined with a plot more or less directly stolen from Alan J. Pakula's Parallax View make this one the one to miss. Luckily it's actually a rather hard film to find.
One highpoint: for some mysterious reason the screenwriter has decided to use a VERY stereotypical African- American male as a comic relief in one sequence. Result is hilarious but quite what they had intended...
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