Some acts of courage command everyone's respect--the firefighter's return to a burning house to rescue a child, the infantryman's sacrifice of self for a wounded comrade, the weary black woman's refusal to yield her seat on a segregated bus. Sometimes, though, courage can seem clouded--especially when it's a response to voluntary risk or macho vanity. Even while they're gripped by white-knuckle suspense, viewers will probably form their own notions about the... More >>>