A divorced defence industry engineer William Foster, is trying to get home for his daughter's birthday, but is stuck in L.A. traffic. He abandons his car and walks straight into an urban nightmare which is both absurdly funny and shatteringly violent.
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Mike Douglas cleans up the streets in one of the forgotten classics of the 90s. What a classic film, and the scene with the kid and the rocket launcher makes me chuckle every time. It looks really great in Bluray also. A Must buy!
This flick sometimes gets forgotten about, but for my money its one of the best of its kind. Its not exactly topical but you can really sympathise with Michael Douglas as he faces off against a world gone to hell. A GREAT film, and I still can't believe it was made by the same guy who made the Lost Boys!