Up there with Gecko in the ranks of Douglas' most memorable performances is William 'D-Fens' Foster. He's a stressed out, unemployed divorcee who, spurred on by a sweaty traffic jam, decides to take action against the society that he feels has wronged him, during the course of one long, hot day.
He administers his own brand of skewed justice to shopkeepers, gang members, neo-Nazis and fast food outlets. Robert Duvall is the pursuing copper who's in for a particularly memorable last day on the job.
No, this is Douglas at his most fraught and delusional.