A US senator's just been murdered, and it bears the marks of a Soviet assassin, who's long-thought to be dead. To hunt down the killer, a retired member of the CIA, who spent his career going toe-to-toe with his Soviet nemesis, is teamed with a young FBI agent.Written by
Shepardson and Geary chase the suspected Russian agent towards railroad tracks. In front of them is a train moving on one set of tracks. In the next scene they are still chasing him across the same railroad tracks, but now the moving train is behind them. See more »
[whispering in Spanish]
Better you forget them. You didn't see anything.
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Composed by Douglas D. Gledhil and Frank Josephs
Published by Gratis Music (BMI)
Manpower Music West (ASCAP) See more »
Nothing to see here
The plot of this movie has room for a decent spy thriller, but it fell short. Uninspired acting and a script not worthy of inspiration leaves the characters flat and unrelatable. The two leads spend very little time actually on screen together, and there is no chemistry when they are. At one point, some information comes to light which seems like a game changer, but it is quickly swept under the rug and ignored, as it has no impact on what happens next, while it could have been actually interesting. In the end, you won't care about the characters at all, and so anything that happens won't interest you. I advise you to look elsewhere and to not come back.
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