Captain Elisabeth Campbell, a respected Psych-Ops officer, is found naked, dead, and staked to the ground on the urban warfare practice range of Fort MacCallum, Georgia. She happens to be the daughter of Lieutenant General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Campbell (Cromwell). Two Army CID detectives and ex-lovers, Warrant Officers Paul Brenner (Travolta) and Sara Sunhill (Stowe), are assigned to investigate and plunge into a mess of secrets, divided loyalties, and coverups. Things get more confusing when an autopsy reveals the victim was NOT sexually assaulted. Some mighty fine actors and crackling dialogue (William Goldman shared uncredited writing work) are wasted in this smarmy and slick potboiler that dwells a little too eagerly on rape, bondage, and violence. Woods is especially compelling as a mentor and colleague of the victim who is fingered as a suspect. Christopher Bertolini based his script on a novel by Nelson DeMille, and director Simon West (Con Air, Tomb Raider) plans a movie based on the classic TV series "The Prisoner" as his next project, unfortunately.
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The review of this Movie prepared by David Loftus