With a spate of violence that rocks the inner city, L.A.P.D. and ex-Marine John Kross investigates its cause: a new drug called Chaos. With help from his partner Carpenter, they delve into the mystery, only to discover a link between the drug and a terrifying supernatural power unleashed during the gulf war, witnessed by Kross twelve years ago. Now, Kross must race against time to stop the destruction, battle his own demons and come to grips with his destiny as he discovers that his reality has been mapped by a power much greater than himself.
Writer:Jeff Yagher, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, John Terlesky
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Cathi M (gb) wrote: Unfortunate use of our last name -- gag a maggot!!!!
Larry C (br) wrote: This is the worst movie. Meryl got the oscar out of pity. she had not earned an oscar in 3 decades. Truly awful movie. If you make it through it, you may be knighted. So far no one has survived it.
Alexander Z (kr) wrote: Charming leads and very charming romantic comedy.
pete 1 (es) wrote: an 80s cult classic still one of my fave films ever it has'nt dated at all
Rob R (mx) wrote: The cold open was obvious and fairly nonsensical, but that didn't stop it being brilliant - is there anything better than using a JCB to decapitate someone? The rest of the film didn't quite live up to this, though the killing with the buzz saw was pretty audacious - and frankly if you're gonna stand there while he goes into the other room to fetch a buzz saw and then when you see he has a buzz saw and is looking like he's gonna kill you with it yet you keep on standing there, well you deserve all you get.This giallo keeps you guessing who the dear killer is until the very very end although as the whole cast has been set up as a potential killer, its fairly arbitrary which one the writer has ultimately chosen. Good work.
James H (it) wrote: Big is touching, heartfelt and cleverly realistic in the way Tom Hanks acts. His performance is fantastic both seriously and comedically. The story line is great and the comedy well timed. It's as if the film was made by 13 year old children, but in an intelligent, mature manor.