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Cloak and Dagger

During the fight, Jack Flack urges Davey to set up the two spies into the 'Crossfire Gambit', causing one to kill the other. Jack convinces Davey to pick up the gun of the dead spy, but rather than shoot Rice, Davey panics and runs away down a dead-end path. Rice arrives and corners Davey. Assuming the gun Davey holds is the same red ink-filled water pistol from earlier, Rice taunts him by threatening to shoot both his kneecaps and stomach and allowing him to die in agony. When Davey proves unable to shoot first, Jack Flack tries to get Rice's attention. Standing in front of a blank wall (and holding his Agent-X bulletproof beret in front of him for protection), Jack dares Rice to shoot him. Davey looks to Jack, warning him not to do anything, and Rice instinctively turns and fires a burst at the wall, thinking 'Jack' is a hidden ally. An enraged Davey fires his pistol, killing Rice and causing him to fall dead into the river. Realizing that Jack had tricked him into shooting the spy, Davey throws away the pistol, pulls the miniature of Jack Flack out of his pocket and, with a shout of 'I don't want to play anymore!' breaks the miniature in two, stomping it into the concrete. Jack Flack tells Davey his father behaved the same way at his age, growing tired of playing 'Cowboys and Indians'. As he speaks, blood begins to pour from the bullet holes that now riddle his body, and Jack abruptly collapses. While expressing regret about the rule, '...leaving when they stop believing,' Jack confesses Davey was always his favorite playmate. Distracting Davey by asking for a smoke, Jack fades away into nothing. When Davey calls to Jack, saying he can't do it alone, Jack's voice reassures him that he always could, and tells him to go save Kim. Earlier in a scene at the Alamo, Davey had been befriended by a kind elderly couple. Seemingly the only adults to believe him, or at least the only ones who are willing to humor his adventures, the couple turn out to be enforcers working for the spies. Davey manages to escape their clutches, but without the game cartridge, and he chases the couple to the airport where they are attempting to flee the country. At the airport, Davey forces the couple's hand by pretending that they are his parents and that they are abandoning him. When security attempts to intervene, Davey tells the guard the proof is the game cartridge he knows they have. Cornered, the couple kidnaps Davey at gunpoint and commandeers a plane, unaware that Davey has brought with him a bomb which the spies had meant to use to kill Kim. Unwilling to listen to Davey about the bomb, the couple requests a pilot. Meanwhile, Hal has arrived at the airport with Kim's mother, and after hearing about the hostage situation, he volunteers to be the pilot. As the plane moves to the runway, Davey tries to summon Jack for help; his father hears him and identifies himself as 'Jack Flack' and calls Davey to the cockpit. When the female enforcer shows up to bring him, she discovers the bomb and panics, calling for her husband. As the two enforcers try to disable the bomb, Davey and his father manage to escape safely from the cockpit; the plane travels a short distance before exploding, killing the enforcers and incinerating the cartridge. The film ends with the two reunited and Davey insisting he no longer needs Jack Flack because he has his father.
Actors: Henry Thomas,
Henry Thomas
Henry Thomas 9 September 1971, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Dabney Coleman,
Dabney Coleman
Dabney Coleman 3 January 1932, Austin, Texas, USA
Michael Murphy,
Michael Murphy
Michael Murphy 5 May 1938, Los Angeles, California, USA
Christina Nigra,
Christina Nigra
Christina Nigra February 27, 1975 in San Francisco, California, USA
John McIntire,
John McIntire
John McIntire 27 June 1907, Spokane, Washington, USA
Jeanette Nolan,
Jeanette Nolan
Jeanette Nolan 30 December 1911, Los Angeles, California, USA
Eloy Casados
Eloy Casados
Eloy Casados 28 September 1949, Long Beach, California, USA
Genre: ActionAdventureCrime
Director: Richard Franklin
Country: United States
Release: 1984
IMDb: 6.5
Duration: 101 min
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