Once again, world peace rests on the shoulders of monolith Dolph Lundgren. This is the kind of jingoistic drek in which filmmakers lovingly depict the blasting of Mt. Rushmore; on the other hand, that monument carved in muscles, Mr. Lundgren, escapes relatively unscathed.
Fearless Major Frank Cross (Dolph Lundgren) is pressured into a high-risk assignment: the US President (Roy Scheider) requires Cross's services as keeper of the "Black Bag," a briefcase that houses the launch codes for America's thermonuclear deterrents. Using high-tech espionage, terrorists
separate Cross from the nuclear capability case on his first day of work.
In a wild car chase that l...