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.
Tamra Davis, who directed a series of bombs like Billy Madison and Half Baked, brings us another fitting entry, full of B-list stars and a plot involving Flanery as a Shakespeare-spouting bank robber who decides to knock over an S&L on the way to Wilson's wedding. Uh huh.