This movie features a character who is supposed to be the descendant of the character played by Steve McQueen in the television series of the same name. And like McQueen's Josh Randall, Hauer's Nick Randall is also a bounty hunter. & also an ex-CIA operative, who is asked by his former employer to help them track down a terrorist, Malak Al Rahim, who is in the country, and has already made a move. But he is also looking for Randall, and the people, whom Randall is working for, is telling Malak, where he can find Randall. Written by
He's America's most lethal weapon, a living grenade waiting to explode. Someone has just pulled the pin.
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After waking up the first morning on his boat the "hms bounty" Rutger's character is wearing a Chicago bears Super Bowl champs for 1986 t-shirt. Implying the movie was filmed & released very soon thereafter. See more
About a third of the way through, Nick and other policemen are trying to disarm a suspect holding seven sticks of dynamite only 100 feet away. The dynamite explodes much less than it should; seven sticks of dynamite would level a house, and everyone would have to be at least 300 feet away to avoid serious injury or death. See more
Malak Al Rahim
Come on, kill me.
[spits blood in Randall's face, Randall knees him repeated in the stomach
Malak Al Rahim
I'm not a criminal, I'm a soldier and I deserve to die, like a soldier.
[jams a grenade into Rahims mouth then wipes blood from his face with Rahim's scarf
Your not a soldier, your a fly on a pile of shit.
[leading Rahim out to Lipton and other agents by the grenade pin
Less than a week and still alive you owe me some money.
[nervous and unsure but acting calm
Where shall I send the cheque?
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Referenced in After the Shock
You Are My Sunshine
Written by Jimmie Davis
and Charles Mitchell See more