Maybe it's because I started to get used in seeing Judd Nelson in movies that don't really fit my taste or that were poorly done...maybe it's because the last movie I've seen my most favorite actor in before this one was Dark Asylum which is one of the worst movies I ever watched from beginning to end... But "White Rush" was a positive surprise for me. I found the story quite exciting and I really got suspicious about who's the bad guy and who's the spy and who is trustworthy and who they should better avoid. I really wanted to know how the story would end, and the end was not a disappointment at all. For a change, it was neither all predictable nor completely far-fetched. The actors served their purpose, they played their roles believable, but there wasn't really much of a character development...but then again it wasn't supposed to be a character movie but an action movie, so I guess that's alright (but Judd Nelson is just such a genius character actor so that it's always a disappointment when he plays "flat" characters where he can't show his brilliance). It's not one of my most favorite movies, but it definitely did not leave me like "never again". I gave it 6/10 and I think that's well deserved.