Cover-Up Release Date: 22 February 1991 (Portugal) Genre: Action | Thriller Director(s): Manny Coto (Dr Giggles, Star Kid) Writer(s): William Tannen (Inside Edge) Starring: Dolph Lundgren, Louis Gossett Jr., Lisa Berkley Dolph Lundgren: Ace reporter Stop laughing. In what would be the first of many Dolph Lundgren direct-to-video films, although at the time he was […]

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Cover-Up
Release Date: 22 February 1991 (Portugal)
Genre: Action | Thriller
Director(s): Manny Coto (Dr Giggles, Star Kid)
Writer(s): William Tannen (Inside Edge)
Starring: Dolph Lundgren, Louis Gossett Jr., Lisa Berkley

Dolph Lundgren: Ace reporter

Stop laughing.

In what would be the first of many Dolph Lundgren direct-to-video films, although at the time he was still identified as a theatrical star, he acts alongside Louis Gossett Jr. in Cover-Up. Despite the presence of Lundgren and even Gossett, Cover-Up is not in anyway an action film. Acting as more of a political thriller, Cover-Up is far more boring than it is intriguing.

Filled to the brink with poorly executed clichés, Cover-Up has journalist Mike Anderson (Lundgren) uncovering the secrets behind the attack of a US Military base in Israel. While the military man in charge (Gossett) tries to stop his search, Anderson continues. He soon discovers that Iraqis did not perpetrate the attack and that a very deadly chemical was stolen.

Director Manny Coto doesn’t do much here, and neither does the screenwriter, actors, or crew. It’s a cheap movie with a bad script that came out as nothing more than below average.

It has a nifty ending. I’ll give it that.

DVD: Now available as a discount DVD in your local Wal-Mart, Cover-Up is barebones.

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