Perennial cinematic psycho William Forsythe is boringly miscast as a nice guy who gets embroiled in a thoroughly stupid and illogical murder plot in THE PASS, a plodding straight-to-video "thriller" devoid of thrills or suspense.
Charles Duprey (William Forsythe) is having a mid-life crisis. His job as a comic strip salesman for a syndication agency is going nowhere and his wife Shirley (Nancy Allen) is leaving him after 12 years. Duprey's friend Willie (Michael McKean) convinces him to drive to Reno to help him get over
the breakup. Along a treacherous highway, Duprey is forced to swerve to avoid a stalled car. The driver, a man called Hunter (James Le Gros), a...