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No less than nine writers worked on the script. Besides the credited writers Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio and David S. Goyer, work with also done by James Bonny, Richard Finney, Michael Engelberg, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and the film's director, Stuart Orme. The final version mainly uses ideas from the Goyer and Orme rewrites. See more »
After the president is saved by the OSI agents, just after Donald Sutherland enters the room a crew member's hand can be seen catching the door. See more »
It's the kid from the spaceship. Get him off the car.
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If the book had been made into a three-hour film, it would have been excellent. They would have had time to do things right. As it is, they compact a wide-ranging tale set in the future into a dodgy action flick in the present day.
Do yourself a favour - read the book.
Donald Sutherland is too cool, though.
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