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Blink of an Eye (1992)

Soldier attempts to rescue daughter of CIA director from a terrorist.

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Sam Browning
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Izmir
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Mozaffar
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Khalil
Elki Jacobs ...
Noreen Baker (as Elkie Jacobs)
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Alan Baker
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Erez Atar ...
Ali
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Sam Browning is a CIA agent trained to find enemy soldiers by using psychic powers. Sent to watch over the CIA chief's daughter, doing volunteer work in a refugee camp, he must overcome the skepticism of both his peers and his ward. When the daughter is kidnapped by terrorists, he must stretch his powers to their limits to try to get her back. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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You... you went and topped it. Or bottomed it, more appropriately
21 April 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

I must admit, I didn't expect Paré to outdo Killing Streets in sheer stupidity of concept and characters(the lead literally completely flip-flops in less than ten minutes), in the hammy acting(for all concerned), in how one-dimensional everyone is(and don't get me started on the "good guys" being obnoxious), and in general being below average. He managed it. This opens with a woman running, screaming for her mother, presumably because she realized what film she's in. No, it's said parent having a nightmare. After calming myself from the initial shock of learning that yet another of these would be have someone be psychic(and for it to be the "proof" that sets the plot in motion), I found comfort in the fact that at least it wasn't Michael. That was rather short-lived. Moments later, we get the first of several shots where he remains still, staring creepily breathing Darth Vader-style, channelling his ESPN or whatever(OK, that joke was funnier in Scary Movie 3... and that was a sentence high on the list of "things I never expected to actually write"). Are all his flicks this dumb? At least these two have some good action. Well, so does Deadly Heroes, but it loses serious points for injecting a useless car chase(stock footage, no less!) to cheaply extend the running time. Bad Moon is basically one long tease, unless what you want from it is a Lassie picture. While he didn't manage to screw up Village of the Damned, that one *was* directed by John Carpenter. Well, this one isn't boring, it keeps a decent pace, and it puts a couple of cool guns on the screen(with that said, the VHS I got this on played a trailer for Hard Boiled before this started, and this doesn't stand up at all to that). The dialog has moments where it doesn't suck. There is plenty of bloody violence and infrequent moderate language in this. I recommend this to aficionados of B-cinema. 3/10


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