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Windsor Protocol (1997)

Based on the novels by Jack Higgins, Kyle MacLachlan stars as maverick British agent Sean Dillon to uncover a plot to take over the presidency of the United States.

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Based on the novels by Jack Higgins, Kyle MacLachlan stars as maverick British agent Sean Dillon to uncover a plot to take over the presidency of the United States.

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A fallen evil empire is about to rise again. Only one man can stop it.

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When Sean Dillon leaves Montreal to go to the Miami strip club he is still in Montreal as all the business signs are still in French. See more »

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Follows On Dangerous Ground (1996) See more »

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16 September 2005 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

This is not a very good movie at all. Some of the actors are familiar from TV and movies (Alan Thicke, Kyle McLaughlin), and they did the best with what they had I suppose. But what they had was absolute junk.

At no point while watching this did it have me interested. Even the basic premise of the movie, that a secret list of Nazis was released by Hitler at the end of WW2 or something, didn't make a lot of sense. The acting and direction seemed forced, and even the technical details didn't seem to work. A scene involving a press conference with the Vice President, for instance, didn't even seem to have enough reporters to make it seem credible. Suspension of disbelief was basically impossible throughout.


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