A web of intrigue and conspiracy lies beneath the euphoria as the U.S. is about to put a man on the moon for the first time in over thirty years.

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Deputy Marshal Conor Gallagher
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Judge Faith Mattis
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Gen. Joel MacAteer
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Major Brunson
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Lt. Kayla Rayne
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Peter Scanlon
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Sgt. Douglas Penabad
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Agent Debakker
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Agent Webber (as Benjamin Ratner)
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Russo's Ex-Wife
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Conor's Lawyer
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Jake Russo
Scott Hylands ...
Carlsen
Danielle Juilfs ...
Ella Gallagher
Paul Magel ...
Justin
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A web of intrigue and conspiracy lies beneath the euphoria as the U.S. is about to put a man on the moon for the first time in over thirty years.

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He thought he was protecting her life. Instead he was saving America.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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17 January 2002 (Italy)  »

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Kingdom Come  »

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CAD 31,000,000 (estimated)
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Rutger Hauer was going to star but dropped out. See more »

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Faith Mattis: Justin, who exactly is this?
Justin: Your bodyguard, ma'am.
Conor Gallagher: Deputy Conor Gallagher, U.S. Marshal Service.
Faith Mattis: Nice to meet you Deputy, sorry about the waste of trip.
Faith Mattis: [looks at Justin] Have somebody see the deputy out and make sure he gets parking validation. I'll be in my office.
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Routinish
13 May 2002 | by (Arenys de Mar, Catalonia, Spain) – See all my reviews

Routinish, yet sometimes entertaining, action and suspense flick which worst sin is not taking itself seriously. It all becomes more and more implausible along the way and the script writer seems to realize it by adding some humor. No problem with that except the movie didn't start like a great joke and even seemed a nice variation on Ridley Scott's "Someone to watch over me", with an exciting subplot involving the U.S. army. Watch it just for fun and, of course, for the amazing Lena Olin.


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