A bunch of stars who mostly seem too old for their parts amass to create some lighthearted fun in this slight caper comedy. It probably felt high-tech in 1992, and may have scored some points on that, but the reason the film holds up usefully today is the fairly tight direction by Phil Alden Robinson, who creates some suspense from a rather stereotypical setup between two estranged friends who meet again - one turned into a bad guy, the other into a brilliant moral stronghold. Robert Redford's performance is surprisingly wholehearted, whereas most of the others are just going through the motions. Sidney Poitier is desperately out of his depth (and far too old) as a former CIA agent and techno buff. River Phoenix appears in an unnoteworthy part.