PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A presidential bodyguard is assigned to protect an objecting first lady, as repeated attempts are made on her life.
Charles Bronson was sixty-five-years-old when he made this film.
Lara Royce Craig:
What are YOU grinnin' at?
Jay Killion: From the way you jumped up there, you'd have thought you'd sat on a SNAKE.
Lara Royce Craig: Well, I didn't want you to get excited, that's all.
Lara Royce Craig: Was it - - exciting?
Jay Killion: No - - just heavy.
Lara Royce Craig: Damn it, Killy - - you could have lied just this once!
Jay Killion: ...
The motorcade traveling easterly from the White House to the Capitol passes a sign facing east and pointing to the Federal Triangle on the left and the National Gallery on the right. However, they are supposedly on Pennsylvania Avenue, which is the northern border of the Federal Triangle, and the National Gallery is south of the Federal Triangle, so both arrows should be pointing to the left (south).
$2,787,449 (USA) (9 January 1987)
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