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Elize du Toit,
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Rebecca De Mornay
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I don't agree with the above comment. Although it was not a blockbuster like "The Guns of Navarone", "Where Eagles Dare", or "Ice Station Zebra", it is an entertaining movie with a great cast who gave fine performances. Simon MacCorkindale was totally believable as the main character. It's an action packed and intriguing who-dun-it. I will concede that the racing scenes could have been filmed better, but one flaw doesn't negate the whole movie. Most movies are not without flaws. It may have been changed in some respects from the book, but very few films are exactly like the novels they are based on. Definitely underrated.
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