The Trigger Effect

BB.5

(out of 5)


Los Angeles succumbs to a complete power blackout and soon the city is plunged in disorder and crime. Many suburban residents keep themselves locked away at home, protecting themselves with personal weapons, while outside the world is going mad with stores being looted and traffic going amok. Happy couple  and  feel they’re keeping themselves away from all of this until mysterious stranger  shows up and turns out to be a psychopath whom they will now be lucky to survive. The film’s original premise is a fascinating one, but loses all of its potential when things start to follow the routine of an action movie about a hero, his lady love and the evil man who just wants to make trouble for no apparent reason. Based on a television series called Connections, the film is unfortunately a huge disappointment with a hard working but ineffective cast.


Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures

USA, 1996

Directed by

Screenplay by David Koepp, based on the television series Connections by

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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