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An outspoken television personality, John Tanner (Rutger Hauer) has an annual tradition of going away with three college buddies. John then is convinced by the CIA that his friends are engaged in a conspiracy that threatens national security.
Sam Peckinpah's final movie is stylish, has loads of nudity and other debauchery, and makes virtually no sense at all. Cheers!
June 19, 2001
New York Times
Some individual sequences -- including a car chase early in the film - have the lunatic humor that might have made the rest of the film bearable, though probably nothing would justify the film's final blood bath.
May 20, 2003
Film Freak Central
Never been more current than it is now--and if it's imperfect, it's imperfect in exactly the right way.
I don't demand that all movies make sense. I sometimes enjoy movies that make no sense whatsoever, if that's their intention. But a thriller is supposed to hold together in some sort of logical way, isn't it?
The structure is a mess (the film was recut against Peckinpah's wishes), which ultimately makes it difficult to tell whether its oddly compelling qualities are the result of a coherent artistic strategy or the cynical carelessness of a director sidelined.