Jack Ryan, as a young covert CIA analyst, uncovers a Russian plot to crash the U.S. economy with a terrorist attack.
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This article appeared in the September/October 1996 issue of Cinescape magazine.
To someone whose screenwriting credits include the effects extravaganzas Mission: Impossible, Jurassic Park and the upcoming Jurassic Park sequel The Lost World, the low-budget thriller The Trigger Effect might seem like small potatoes. 491 more words
Jack Ryan segues from the Marine Corps to a position as a financial consultant for a Russian billionaire, where he’s framed in a terrorist plot and forced to go on the run.
Okay, so after I finish school next year, we plan to venture out. Out of our house and most of our furniture. Hopefully by the middle of next year we will be house sitting somewhere, although there is a good chance I will have to stay with a friend of mine to finnish school (not that there are many). 419 more words
Directed by David Koepp
Los Angeles succumbs to a complete power blackout and soon the city is plunged in disorder and crime. Many suburban residents keep themselves locked away at home, protecting themselves with personal weapons, while outside the world is going mad with stores being looted and traffic going amok. 106 more words