In a bleak world, all the bad guys seem to have the best stuff including washing machines and matching sinister automobiles.
Two enemies, Samaritan and Nemesis meet in a titanic battle of the ages ... many years before the movie takes place. The battle ends with the two falling into the abyss (of sorts). But, did Samaritan survive? Turn in to Netflix to find out.
Why couldn't someone in the move be named Adrian (Aaay Dree ENNNNNN). The ratings would have improved by 40%.
Never act with kids or dogs they say ... the child in the movie is grating. Cujo wasn't available for filming.
The mother is painful as well.
The producers apparently don't know how fire works but strictly speaking adherence to common physics and rationale behavior isn't really required in such things. Aaaayyy Dreee ENNNNNN!!!!
One interesting twist at the end (best left to your own discovery).
And, spoiler alert, Stallone survives for the sequel. (I mean isn't that what's most important.)
Put it on in the background. Nice to see old friends.