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The exterior diner scenes were filmed in the small town of Liberty, South Carolina. In real life, the diner is actually a wood shop and the $15/night hotel is actually a coin-operated washette. See more »
During the mountain chase scene, the lead terrorist decides to fire on the fleeing heroes and he makes the comment "Get the M-79 ready, prep the launcher". However, the weapon he fires into the tanker truck is a shoulder mounted RPG or possibly a LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon). The M-79 that he referred to is actually a hand held grenade launcher. See more »
I need your truck.
You're not taking my truck.
[Mason cocks his gun]
How far you got to go?
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A Movie a Little Bit Above the Average of Other Action Movies
A scientist (David Paymer) develops a biological lethal weapon and accidentally kills eighteen persons involved in the project. Col. Andrew Brynner (Peter Firth) is blamed and goes to prison for ten years. Along this period, he gets crazy and decides to get and sell the weapon. A convenience store clerk (Skeet Ulrich) and an ice-cream trucker driver (Cuba Gooding Jr.) receives this weapon from the injured Dr. Richard Long, with an advice to keep it below 50 F, and try to escape from the colonel's team. This movie is not bad. Indeed it is a little bit above the average of this type of action movie. There are some terrible cuts of the scenes. Although being forgettable, it is not a bad entertainment. My vote is six.
Title (Brazil): "Suando Frio" ("Sweating Cold")
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