Paranoia about the US government is a time-honored Hollywood tradition that has produced masterworks like THE PARALLAX VIEW, cult films like WINTER KILLS, sturdy thrillers like SEVEN DAYS IN MAY (which this cable production remakes), and assembly-line feather-rufflers like THE ENEMY
WITHIN. Once again, the Pentagon brass and a flock of Benedict Arnolds serve as easy targets so one rugged individualist can save democracy single-handedly.
Career officer Col. MacKenzie Casey (Forest Whitaker) has a hard time shaking off his sneer of cold command when he comes home to his wife Jean (Lisa Summerour) and son Todd (Willie Norwood, Jr.). Meanwhile, President William Fos...