|This DVD 2-Pack includes the Wesley Snipes' action thrillers, PASSENGER 57 and BOILING POINT.|
PASSENGER 57: The safest way to travel is by air, the FAA says. But the FAA never figured the risk with Charles Rane on board. He's "The Rane of Terror," the insane mastermind behind four recent terrorist attcks. Soon there will be a fifth--and that's bad news for passengers on Flight 163. But there's good news, too: the man in seat 57! Wesley Snipes (New Jack City, White Men Can't Jump, Boiling Point) earns his action-hero wings in this exciting, dead-on airborne adventure that packs a wallop. He plays John Cutter, an undercover airline security operative who steps into the lavatory and re-emerges to discover Rane (Bruce Payne) and his gang have taken control. Cutter's next move is clear. Do. Or be done to. Does he ever! Cutter takes on hijackers in air. Battles them on the ground after a forced landing. And breaks out some of the most lethal moves you'll ever see. If it's action you want, Passenger 57 is the only way to fly!
BOILING POINT: They've got guns and a deadly plan. They're killing cops and hitting the mob. A smooth-talking crime sleaze and his quick-fingered accomplice are not afraid of anyone. But they should be. They've crossed paths with Treasury Agent Jimmy Mercer, a cop at his Boiling Point.
" Nail-biting adventure. Sensational! Susan Granger, American Movie Classics
" Athletic Snipes is convincing in his role... VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever
Editor's NoteThis collection gathers two action-packed Wesley Snipes movies.PASSENGER 57: A crackerjack airplane security agent just happens to be sharing a plane ride with a captured airline terrorist. When the terrorist escapes and attempts a mid-flight takeover, only John Cutter can stop him. Cutter finds more ways to hide and attack on the airliner than the terrorists or his band of henchmen ever imagined.BOILING POINT: A lonely Federal Treasury agent battles his own depression as he tracks a fierce and wily con-man through the shimmering streets of LA.
|James B. Harris - [Boiling] Director|
|Kevin Hooks -  Director|