Gretchen Blair is a headstrong FBI agent who goes rogue during a hostage negotiation and is sent packing to a desk job back in Washington, D.C. As soon as her flight takes off, her seatmate offers her millions of dollars if she can get him off the plane alive. As his ex-partners stage a brutal hijacking, Gretchen finds herself in the fight of her life -- choosing sides between two factions of a criminal gang while trying to keep the plane from going down.
When elderly Mafia boss Angelo (Anthony Quinn) gets killed in a restaurant, his loyal bodyguard, Frankie (Sylvester Stallone), decides he must protect Angelo's daughter -- high-strung socialite Jennifer (Madeleine Stowe) -- who may also be in danger. Jennifer, however, doesn't even realize that Angelo is her father, as he gave her up for adoption years ago. After Frankie tells her the truth, she sets out to avenge Angelo's death with a very shaky understanding of Mafia protocol.
Following the murder of a radio personality in Chicago, all evidence of the crime points to a white supremacist group from Iowa. With the FBI on the case, the department sends inexperienced agent Catherine Weaver (Debra Winger) on an undercover mission to root out the killers. Falling for her guise, local farmer and suspect Gary Simmons (Tom Berenger) fully embraces Weaver into the community. As Weaver spends more time with Simmons, her belief in his guilt diminishes and love takes its place.
Detective Rita Rizzoli (Whoopi Goldberg) is accustomed to donning costumes and going undercover to nail crooks. But she'll be required to use all of her get-ups and more when a major cocaine ring is suspected of turning out a potent new strain of the drug, called "Fatal Beauty." With the help of her partner, Jimenez (Ruben Blades), and a former bodyguard for a local cartel (Sam Elliott), Rita will do whatever it takes to find out who's dealing Fatal Beauty and stop them.
Trying to reconnect with his son Danny, big shot Wall Street broker Will takes his family on a hunting trip to the cabin where he grew up. The trip takes a deadly turn when they go hunting and stumble upon several robbers and witness the murder of one of the criminals. After becoming entangled in a bank heist gone bad, which results in the kidnapping of Danny, Will is forced to help the kidnappers evade the police chief and recover the stolen loot in exchange for his son's life.
After witnessing her lover being murdered by his jealous wife, Angela (Daphne Zuniga) seeks refuge in a church where she encounters a young priest named Michael (Tom Berenger), who gives her sanctuary. But the killing was not a simple act of passion, as the victim had ties to organized crime, and, surprisingly, so does Michael, whose father is a powerful don. When the priest finds himself falling in love with Angela, his religious vows and family ties are both severely tested.
THE DOGS OF WAR
Mercenary soldiers Jamie (Christopher Walken) and Drew (Tom Berenger) are hired by a large corporation to liberate Zangaro, a small African nation, from an iron-fisted despot. Once there, Jamie ends up in jail. After being brutally tortured, he is helped by Dr. Okoye (Winston Ntshona), a political prisoner, and learns more about the plight of the country's people. After Jamie is freed, he becomes disillusioned with his wealthy employers and joins the Zangaro people on the revolutionary front.
THE DOMINO PRINCIPLE
Prisoner Roy Tucker (Gene Hackman) gets an offer that's too good to be true when a stranger called Tagge (Richard Widmark) visits him one day in jail, and says he can give Roy his freedom in exchange for agreeing to do an unnamed job down the line. Roy accepts and, after visiting his wife (Candice Bergen), is told the job is murdering someone. When Roy refuses to be a gun for hire, his wife is kidnapped, and Roy must find out who Tagge's mysterious employers are before it's too late.
As punishment for participating in a vigilante relief effort, Maj. Frank Cross (Dolph Lundgren) is assigned to guard a suitcase that contains President Robert Baker's (Roy Scheider) classified nuclear launch codes. While the president addresses veterans at a Chicago hotel, a terrorist group assaults Cross and steals the codes. Cross struggles to redeem himself -- even as the terrorists threaten to launch a nuclear missile unless the president shoots himself in the head on national television.
On a flight transporting dangerous convicts, murderer Ryan Weaver (Ray Liotta) manages to break free and cause complete chaos throughout the plane. As various people on board fall victim to Weaver, it is ultimately down to flight attendant Teri Halloran (Lauren Holly) to keep the aircraft from crashing, with on-ground support from an air traffic controller (Ben Cross). While Halloran struggles to pilot the plane, Weaver continues to terrorize the surviving members of the crew.