Clear and Present Danger (1994 Film) Review

Clear and Present Danger 1994 movie Tom Clancy

While I’ve never read his books, Tom Clancy is certainly a talented writer since I’ve enjoyed every single movie based on his work. This one is considered a direct sequel to Patriot Games, even though The Hunt For Red October was part of Jack Ryan’s history in the books. I’ve learned that the character has had quite a bit of a shuffle when it comes to actors. Though Harrison Ford did portray him in Patriot Games.

President of the United States in the oval office Clear and Present Danger 1994 movie

The film takes place some time after Patriot Games. Jack Ryan gets a bit of a promotion and ends up meeting the president. Though it is not a happy visit, as he informs the president over the tragic news of his friend. They end up figuring out that the folks behind it are located in the South American country of Colombia.

William Dafoe Clear and Present Danger 1994 movie

Unknown to Jack Ryan, the government has come up with a mission to get revenge on the bad guys in Colombia. They ask a man named John Clark for help, and he creates a team of men that are skilled enough for the job. Though when international politics get messy, things might not look very good for any side.

Harrison Ford Clear and Present Danger 1994 movie

I was pretty sure I would enjoy this film with another story about Jack Ryan, and I quite liked it. I couldn’t say I liked this one more than the previous two. Though I still need to watch The Sum of All Fears when I get a chance. If it’s nearly as good as the three movies before it, I’ll be a happy person for sure.

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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