A psychotic Russian terrorist bent on restoring communism to his mother land, sides with a vengeful Irish weapons dealer in the hope of stealing the blueprints for a nuclear satellite from ... See full summary »
1987. Denver, Co. One crazy night in the life of four friends reeling from the sudden demise of iconic British band The Smiths, while the local airwaves are hijacked by an impassioned Smiths fan with a gun. Based on true events.
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A psychotic Russian terrorist bent on restoring communism to his mother land, sides with a vengeful Irish weapons dealer in the hope of stealing the blueprints for a nuclear satellite from an unsuspecting American University. The future of the free world lies in the hands of a lowly campus fast food restaurant worker. Written by
Although I missed this timeless masterpiece in first run and was only able to catch it on video, I was blown away by craftsmanship that went into every aspect of this film. From the inspired acting to the startlingly realistic special effects, this movie had me riveted to my seat from opening to closing credits. Under the guidance of Jeb Wilson this film combined striking cinematography with a score that stays with you right to the closing rock anthem written by Adam Waite. If you don't find this one at your local video store, pack up the kids and all your stuff into a U-Haul and get to a town where you CAN find it in the video store, because it is worth moving just to see this film.
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