A member of environmental group is killed while trying to get info on a company's acts of pollution. Later members of the company are being killed by bombs. The ATF investigates and the ... See full summary »
A member of environmental group is killed while trying to get info on a company's acts of pollution. Later members of the company are being killed by bombs. The ATF investigates and the leader of the group is brought in. While he is not the one who is doing it, he is keeping something from them, so they keep him under surveillance. Written by
While attempting to disarm the bomb on the tram, the ATF agent says to measure the current through a transistor. A multimeter is used, and the measurement was stated to be "40 ohms". Current can be measured by a simple multimeter only by connecting it in series with the circuit to be measured, which was not done. Furthermore, current is measured in amps. Ohms is a measure of resistance, a reading which cannot be made on an energized circuit. See more »
Stephen Baldwin played a environmentalist convicted of blowing stuff up who has to help the police find his serial bomber former colleague in this STV actioner.
There wasn't much characterisation and the plot wasn't anything that the average film watcher hasn't seen dozens of times before. The climax wasn't particularly climatic either.
Still, for a video movie it had its fair share of things blowing up which prevented it from being completely tedious. It had Tom Skerritt in too, who did his best but couldn't save this film from being more fodder for empty weekends. Watchable for one viewing.
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