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Apr 20, 2006 · "The Sentinel" involves a scenario that is unlikely, I hope. But it's told efficiently and with lots of those little details that make movies like this seem more expert than they probably are. (Did you know that agents are trained to disengage the safety lock on their handguns as they draw them, instead of after, as cops do?)
Movie Info Secret Service agent Pete Garrison (Michael Douglas) investigates a colleague's murder and subsequently becomes a suspect due to the machinations of a blackmailer who knows the secret he...
- mystery and thriller, action
The Sentinel is a grubby, grotesque excursion into religioso psychodrama, notable for uniformly poor performances by a large cast of familiar names and direction that is hysterical and heavy-handed.
- gay and lesbian, horror
The Sentinel is so bland that it wants only to be as good as TV. Not as good as good TV, like "24." It merely aspires to be the Regis Philbin of D.C. thrillers. It isn't trying to dazzle you with style, complexity or intelligence.
- Clark Johnson
In THE SENTINEL, Secret Service agent Pete Garrison (Michael Douglas) still has nightmares about taking a bullet for President Reagan. Assigned to protect the First Lady, Sarah (Kim Basinger) (with whom he is having an affair), Pete is stunned when a longtime friend (played by director Clark Johnson) is murdered on his front step.
- Cynthia Fuchs
The Sentinel Reviews Although it boasts an incredible cast featuring actors ranging in age and experience from John Carradine and Burgess Meredith to Christopher Walken and Beverly D'Angelo, THE...
Apr 21, 2006 · Directed by Clark Johnson. With Michael Douglas, Kiefer Sutherland, Kim Basinger, Eva Longoria. A Secret Service agent is framed as the mole in an assassination attempt on the President.
- Clark Johnson
The BBC review described it as being "as compelling as watching the ink dry on a superfluous UN treaty". Some other reviewers, such as Kenneth Turan of Los Angeles Times, enjoyed the film. Roger Ebert gave the film 3 out of 4 stars. DVD release