The Chinese invent digging machines and tunnel beneath the western United States placing atomic weapons under key strategic military targets in this breathless, paranoid Cold War thriller. Honestly I became distracted very early on in this film with the images of Las Vegas in the 1960s. I realize it was filmed on a soundstage, but what genius thought to put a BBQ restaurant together with a pancake house, and then put that next to a striptease joint? Brilliant. You could eat every meal there and never leave. Anyway, after that I became bored with the tunneling, and the laser beams, and the teleporting.
Seriously though, why isn't a BBQ and Pancake House an actual thing?
After some research on the Internet, there are real BBQ and Pancake Houses. There's one in Austin. I might have to go check that out.