Two Texas border guards find a jeep buried for 20 years in the desert, with a skeleton, a scoped rifle, and a box with $800,000 in cash. They decide to keep the money, but quietly check up on the info they find. Soon the Feds are running all over the place, and it looks like jeep maybe linked to the JFK assassination. But the Feds are trying to cover it up, and eliminate anyone involved with the jeep. Written by
Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>
A wrecked jeep.... A skeleton.... A rifle... $800,000 dollars in cash
Did You Know?
When the director William Tannen
hired Tangerine Dream to score "Flashpoint" he told them not to do the end title song because he had one he was using - "Sympathy For The Devil" by The Rolling Stones
. Tangerine Dream said it was the perfect song to end the film with. They scored the entire film but this piece. The studio felt the song was too expensive and instead gave the assignment to an assistant who worked for one of the vice presidents. It was voted "worst" end title song for 1984 by Leonard Matlin, the film critic. See more
While supposedly in San Antonio-- mountains are clearly reflected in the windows of a store. See more
You're the only man I know who can screw up his own wet dream.
Written by Scott Richardson
Performed by Scott Richardson and The Gems See more