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Eva Langoria and Kim Basinger vie for Hotness awards.
Her Hotness is hot either way.
Pete Garrison (Douglas) is a veteran Secret Service agent having an affair with the first lady (Kim Basinger) when he’s framed for conspiring to assassinate the President (vapidly played by David Rasche).
"The Sentinel" unwinds like a loose spool of fishing line as Garrison’s former Secret Service agent protégé David Breckinridge (Kiefer Sutherland) tracks down his former mentor.
An overly boisterous score by Christophe Beck hammers home every nonexistent emotional cue that screenwriter George Nolfi intended.
"The Sentinel" is based on Gerald Petievich’s novel.
The book is usually better than the movie; give it read, and skip the movie.
Rated PG-13. 107 mins.