See Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon -- before they were stars, and before they knew the difference between a movie script and a pile of dog crap. Fear is easily one of the worst movies of its era, as ridiculous as it is contrived and as boring as it is stupid. Just plain bad, and no good for camp value, even.
James Fenimore Cooper and Michael Mann together? The Last of the Mohicans represents an unlikely collaboration that didn't seem all that great to me back in 1992, and now, in it's release as a "Director's Expanded Edition," still doesn't seem all that great, nor that expanded. The story of warring English and French in 1750s colonial America, and the culture clash that comes along with that, really isn't quite as timeless as people would like to think. Not to mention, Day-Lewis and Stowe's romance isn't very believable. Still too bland for my tastes.