Nelson Crowe is a CIA operative under the thumb of the Company for a disputed delivery of $50,000 in gold. They blackmail him into working for the Grimes Organization, which is set up as a private company for hire, to blackmail prominent individuals. Crowe, working with Margaret Wells (another former Covert Operations operative), blackmails and bribes a State Supreme Court judge, but the deal sours. One of Crowe's co-workers, Tod Stapp, discovers Crowe's current CIA involvement in a plot to overthrow Grimes, and blackmails him to be cut in on the deal. More blackmail occurs as Wells manipulates Crowe to kill Grimes, then the CIA uses that discovery to blackmail Wells into killing Crowe. Who can you trust???
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Chuck M (br) wrote: Tom Hanks excellent as usual, the ending scene after he's saved is one of his best IMHO
Glen Y (it) wrote: 1 well spent! Next up 'The Invisible Kid'.....
Ross L (ru) wrote: It has Martin Lawrence so it should have been horrible, but I was entertained. Damn. 2009 Movies: 26
John B (jp) wrote: A great addition to the Native film genre. This one was written, directed and acted with members of the community and it is lively and enchanting.
Vikram T (ag) wrote: kash was in the film.haha i never knew that
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Roger G (nl) wrote: I like it. Young Peter Graves is at least as good in the starring role as he was in the TV Series Mission: Impossible.
Paul C (nl) wrote: Peck leads a disparate group of ill-disciplined cavalry troopers against an Apache uprising. During the defence of a remote fort, both the good and the seemier side of these soldiers is unravelled. Pretty average as a western, but is ahead of it's time in its unflattering portrayals of so many of it's leading characters.
Tristan D (jp) wrote: The pacing is a little slower than most Bud & Lou comedies but that's really my biggest complaint. The effects work is top notch, there are some nice nods to earlier entries in the Invisible series and the Boys are both at the top of their game. The psychiatrist scene and the final boxing match are a riot!
Robert P (br) wrote: Should have cast Fonda in the lead role. but entertaining and well told
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