Utterly void of logic, RAW COURAGE tells the story of three marathon runners who are passing through a New Mexico desert on a 72-mile run. They are stopped by a wacked-out group of survivalists who are training for war. In order to propel the mindless plot further, the runners manage to
escape and are chased through both the desert and the mountains, thereby treating us to a wide variety of picturesque expanses. A few unnecessary deaths occur, including one of the runners, though the other two manage to retreat to safety--and cross the finish line as well. A ridiculous waste of
time, the only thing worthwhile about RAW COURAGE is M. Emmet Walsh who, once again, doe...