PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
A kidnapped boy strikes up a friendship with his captor: an escaped convict on the run from the law, while the search is headed up by an honorable Texas Ranger.
Kevin Costner's and Bradley Whitford's characters Robert 'Butch' Haynes and Bobby Lee, both smoke heavily throughout the movie. Incidentally the name Bobby is a derivative of Robert, Butch's real name, he prefers to be called Butch.
The idea is that an understanding of the particular behavioral case histories should, in parole situations, help the subject to avoid habitual traps and, in penal escape situations could, conversely, identify those self-same traps as an aid to ...
Chief Red Garnett: ...
in the scene where Red "requisitions" the governor's trailer to use on his manhunt, the first thing he does is tear off the red white and blue bunting from the side of the trailer. The bunting on the rear of the trailer was left in place as you can see when they drive away. In a subsequent scene where the profiler is speaking privately with Red inside the trailer, you can see the bunting outside the window that Red had previously removed.
$8,075,582 (USA) (24 November 1993)