This is the white dudes' Inferno where the world no longer makes sense (to him). So by hook or crook or semi-automatic, things are going to change (back to how they used to be). The delusion of a lost Utopia is what Michael Douglas's character is trying to get back to, but it is a distortion. He's a broken man, but feels a blameless lack of responsibility for any of it. So he's going to make some people pay, including his ex-wife & multiple strangers (of all races & sizes).
This movie came out in 1993, but it might as well have been last week.
MMN likes to keep it's head in the weed clouds & entertained AF. However, the politics of marijuana is real because of its healing, moneymaking properties as a crop. So please, stay informed, be resilient and vote.
I'm putting my soapbox away. Kicking back. Flame on. Roll film.