A CIA operative is tasked with finding and apprehending five members of a terrorist organisation, but they keep getting killed before he can bring them in.

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Jarrid Maddox (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)
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Agent Oakley
Alexander Keith ...
Vicki Taylor
Paul Michael Robinson ...
Hunter
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Richard Maddox
Rick Dean ...
Sagan
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Sid Sham ...
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Salvator
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Vernon
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Sam Hiona ...
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Warren A. Stevens ...
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A federal agent who has the ability to see into the future (as a result of a secret experiment that was conducted on him when he was a child) is ordered to find the others who were part of that experiment. But, they keep getting killed just before he can bring them in, and now someone wants him dead too. Written by Karthik Abhiramakrishna <karthik_abhiram@hotmail.com>

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When they're in your head, how do you watch your back?

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Rated R for some violence and sexuality | See all certifications »
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Laughable (unintentional) action movie
3 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not a movie critic in part because I don't tend to be critical of movies. If I find the movie even halfway believable, with a plot that is interesting, I am easily satisfied. However, I only continued to watch this movie to see how much more ridiculous some of the scenes would be. For a bunch of characters who are supposed to be highly experienced operatives of various Federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies, it was amazing to me how badly they all shot. In one scene three agents come into a room and fired automatic rounds continuously for nearly 30 seconds with no target in sight, only to have the hero suddenly enter from a side room and kill all three with a revolver before any could return fine. While the hero is so fast and accurate with a revolver in one scene, he has a shoot out in a train car with another villain and neither can hit the other while emptying their guns. The same is true in another shootout in a hallway in which they are only 15 feet apart. The acting of Don Wilson and a few of the others is passable, but most of the second tier cast is amateurish at best. Don't expect to see Oscar performances in this movie.


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