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Writers (WGA):
Richard P. Henrick (book)
J.B. White (teleplay)
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Release Date:
2 March 2003 (USA) See more »
The crisis is global but their battle. . .is personal!
When a peace summit upon the QE2 is attacked by terrorists, estranged brothers, one an ATF agent, the other a Secret Service agent, must come together to thwart the extremist's plans. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Rob Estes ... ATF Special Agent Thomas Kellogg

Joe Lando ... Secret Service Agent Vince Kellogg

Rachel Blakely ... Brittany Cooper

Marie Matiko ... Monica Chang

Christopher Lawford ... Vice President Chet Ridgeway
Carmen Duncan ... President Elinor Shaw
Ron Lee ... Chinese President Wu Youngjing
Jerome Ehlers ... Captain Kevin Blake

Steve Bastoni ... Captain Kram
Natalie Bassingthwaighte ... Kelly Kellogg

Kevin Fry ... Langert
Sandy Winton ... Hart
Jack Heywood ... Capt. Young
Marcus Eyre ... Chef Connor

Kenneth Ransom ... Mike Galloway

Kee Chan ... Ping

Nick Tate ... Adm. Lewis
Stuart Campbell ... Barry Jinks

Brad McMurray ... Thad Burrows

Kevin Copeland ... Morrison

Christopher Morris ... Bodzin
Ivar Kants ... Crewman

Ken Phillips ... Commander Leighton
Joshua Tainish-Biagi ... Joshua Kellogg (as Joshua Biagi)

Linden Goh ... Sallowman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ty Hungerford ... Navy Seal #2 (as Ty Smith)
Rio Nugara ... Navy Seal #1

Corinne Davies ... Journalist (uncredited)

Ferdinand Hoang ... Chief Officer Wang (uncredited)
David Knijnenburg ... Man (uncredited)
John Walkin ... Lt Heinrick (uncredited)
Matthew Wollaston ... Longshoreman (uncredited)

Directed by
Jerry London 
Writing credits
Richard P. Henrick (book)

J.B. White (teleplay)

Produced by
Ellen Burditt Saraceni .... executive producer (as Ellen Burditt)
Darryl Sheen .... producer
Marc van Buuren .... co-producer
Original Music by
Garry McDonald 
Laurie Stone  (as Lawrence Stone)
Cinematography by
Ben Nott 
Production Design by
Eugene Intas 
Art Direction by
John Wingrove  (as J.D. Wingrove)
Costume Design by
Wendy Cork 
Makeup Department
Sharon Robbins .... key makeup artist
Adrian Lampard .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Basia Plachecki .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bob Donaldson .... first assistant director
Charles Mann .... third assistant director
Rachael O'Brien .... second assistant director (as Rachael Bagley)
Timothy Wood .... additional assistant director
Art Department
Bob Booker .... property master
Graeme Callander .... storyboard artist
Wayne Diskin .... art dept. runner
Doug Franks .... props buyer
John Higgins .... art department coordinator
Mark 'Lurch' Houstein .... trade assistant
Michael Kissane .... stand-by props
Sound Department
Paul Clark .... sound recordist
Greg P. Fitzgerald .... sound re-recording mixer (as Greg Fitzgerald)
Phil Heywood .... sound re-recording mixer
Adrian Medhurst .... foley artist
Wayne Pashley .... sound supervisor
Peter Townend .... sound supervisor
Simon Whitington .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Brian Holmes .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Simon Dye .... compositor
Trevor Hawkins .... visual effects supervisor
Randy Vellacott .... digital compositor
Danny Baldwin .... stunt coordinator
Sue Baldwin .... stunts
Bradd Buckley .... stunts
Michael Chen .... stunts
Mark Chique .... stunts
Mick Corrigan .... stunts
Harley D'Jekic .... stunts
Haydn Dalton .... stunt performer
Craig Dunn .... stunts
Sam Elia .... stunts
Dirk Foulger .... action actor
Nigel King .... stunts
Alex Kuzelicki .... stunts
Rick MacLure .... stunts (as Rick MacClure)
Nick McKinless .... stunt performer
Sheree Swords .... stunts
Eileen Tan .... stunts
Darko Tuscan .... stunts (as Darko Tuskan)
Mick Van Moorsel .... stunts
Wilfred Woodrow .... stunts
Scott Brewer .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Carmine .... director of photography: second unit
Mark Jefferies .... gaffer: second unit
Colin Larsen .... grip
Jesse Moyes .... electrician
Paul Moyes .... gaffer
Zenon Sawko .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Paul Booth .... assistant editor: Australia
Cheryl Potter .... assistant editor
Kent Pritchett .... colorist
Susan K. Weiler .... assistant editor
Music Department
Christo Curtis .... orchestra recording engineer
Coralie Hartl .... orchestra contractor
Phillip Hartl .... concert master
Other crew
Karen Bull .... accounting assistant
Al Cerullo .... helicopter pilot
Suzanne Evans-Booth .... production secretary
Lyn Jones .... production accountant
Luke Kelly .... production runner
Louisa Kors .... production coordinator
Kristijana Maric .... assistant production accountant
Toni Pearson .... post-production accountant
Fiona Wallis .... animal wrangler: dogs
Craig A. Kocinski .... voiceover/looping (uncredited)
Dave 'Didi' Newnham .... unit assistant (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for violence
96 min | USA:120 min (including commercials)
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A poor film, 24 August 2003
Author: NIXFLIX-DOT-COM from

Essentially a made-for-TV film masquerading as an actual film. The story is silly, the characters are weak, and the plot points will only make sense (or work) if you have undergone a lobotomy, and even then you might still scratch your head and wonder who thought this movie was a good idea.

Let's see: A historical summit set on a cruise ship. Oh yes, makes perfect sense. After all, why go to Camp David, what with its complete defensive systems, when you could just hop on a cruise ship with a movie star to teach you Tai Chi. Oh sure, why not. If the whole idea of a cruise ship as the setting for a "historical summit" that might just bring about nothing short of world peace doesn't make you roll your eyes, how about the notion that the ship will be "blacked out" from the rest of the world during its voyage. Oy. And to think, this started out as a book that was translated into a movie script!!

A poor movie, especially since it had the enticing Ms. Marie Matiko. Laughably bad, but not as laughably bad as the people who actually considers the film to be worthwhile.

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