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Only watched this movie for Kathy Ireland, and she plays the girl friend role in a profoundly unsympathetic light. I suppose you can't blame her, since she was supposed to play girl friend to David Hasselhoff's stupid arse. Awful movie. Just awful.
Plot: "Diehard IV", without the excitement. Hasselhoff's hero cop chopper pilot (no, seriously) finds himself fighting a bunch of guys who were smart enough to cause havoc throughout New York and break into the Fed Reserve Bank, but stupid enough to fire as many shots as possible in public as to draw attention to themselves while trying to get away. What makes it worse is how bad the villains were. Tony De Santis gets extra credit for a career-destroying performance as Hasselhoff's boss. Ugh.
Kathy Ireland's still great to look at, though.
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