I've been watching Maxwell Caulfield for years. First, I saw him with Charlie Sheen in "The Boys Next Door" as a psychopath just out of high school on a murderous rampage in LA.
He appears in "Sundown, the Vampires in Retreat" with David Carradine.
In "Mind Games" he again plays a psychopath.
At last, he's got a part where he can play a caring parent. Granted, he puts a contract out on his ex-wife, but he soon regrets it and spends the rest of the film trying to save her and their son from death.
Give it a try.
It has some surprise twists and turns.
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