Critically maligned when released back in 1986, this action-thriller shows teen star Anthony Michael Hall breaking out of his previous image as a high school nerd. It's basically about any thing the can go wrong, pretty much does. Darryl Cage (Hall), a farm boy from Iowa, moves to Los Angeles following his parents separation. When in L.A., he hooks up with his brother and tries to start a new life. This all gets up ended, when Cage grabs the wrong duffle bag at the airport which contains over a million dollars worth of heroine which belongs to a ruthless and sociopathic drug smuggler Roy Gaddis (Jeff Kober). Cage's brother and sister-law are found by him the next day murdered, for which he is framed for. Now on the run, Darryl is pursued by Gaddis, corrupt cops and the L.A.P.D.. With the walls closing in on him, Cage turns to a young and wild actress wannabe named Dizz (Jenny Wright) with whom he first met on the plane. Cage and Dizz team up to clear his name and capture Gaddis along with his accomplices. For those who want a fun '80s action movie should find plenty to enjoy here. I watched this after almost 25 years, and it's still a fun movie that brings back plenty of great memories of my teen years. Since this is not available on DVD, this digital streaming format is great for people who want watch it for the first time, or want to relive their memories like I did.