Of course I'll watch. I love history and I appreciate Kevin Costner. He's had a few dud movies for sure. Those I won't name because I've had a couple of dud jobs myself. No need to call attention to them.
His big hits are memorable for sure. Dances with Wolves, Bull Durham and The Bodyguard just to name a couple. The Bodyguard is not cinematic brilliance, but it was a box office winner and just a good chick flick so I'm fine with that.
One of my all time favorites though, made it's debut in 1987, right after he had done The Untouchables. I somehow have been going back to the 80's movies. Evidently, it's a good decade for movies that got my attention.
This was No Way Out with Sean Young... and to use quote from Sharon Osbourne that she applied to someone else (and I would love to take credit for thinking of it, but I didn't) Sean Young in later years is as crazy as a box of frogs. But...., in this, she was good.
Maybe you saw it years ago and forgot it. I did. Now I'm on the hunt. It's worth watching again.