Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

An almost-forgotten 1995 (feels like 1985) chase movie that spends more time developing the callous villain than it does on the generic hero. The plot requires a series of amazing coincidences that allow the villain to resume the chase every time the hero escapes. As cheesy as it sometimes is, I'm a sucker for this kind of fun little thriller, and I'm impressed with Scott Glenn's portrayal of an ice-cold son of a bitch. He's no Anton Chigurh, but I still wouldn't want him chasing me.

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