I'm really surprised by the other review's to this title, because I throughly enjoyed the movie. OK, its 100% TV-movie fayre. The are no amazing set-pieces and everything looks a little 'cheap' but there are some big names starring including Cuba Gooding Jnr (Oscar winner), Anne Archer (Oscar nominee) and James Woods, all of whom manage to pull the film up and onwards!
Basically, the story center's around the assination of the US president (Jack Scalia, of 80's Dallas-fame) an event which Gooding (as personal security) should have prevented (but didn't). He become's involved with a reporter (Angie Harmon - who? Never mind) who thinks that there is more to the story and the pair go through all kinds of twists and turns trying to figure out the what, why and when of the plot, all the while attempting to keep ahead of evil, shadowing killers to want to do them wrong... its all very similiar to 'In the line of fire', the 90's film starring Clint Eastwood, only this one isn't so 'big screen'.
I must admit the end is ever-so slightly muddled, although it does have a very nice twist which allow's Anne Archer to come in to her own. Overall, I'd give this movie an 8/10 and recommend that you give it a try (especially due to some of the price's that Marketplace traders are selling at, I picked my copy up for under £2 - not bad!).