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Samuel L. Jackson,
About a police detective, Jack, who, while doing a friend a favor and searching for a runaway teenager on Turk Street, stumbles upon a bizarre band of criminals about to pull off a bank robbery. Jack finds himself being held hostage while the criminals decide what to do with him, and the leader's beautiful girlfriend, Erin, is left alone to watch Jack. Erin, who we discover is a master manipulator of the men in the gang, reveals another side to Jack - a melancholy romantic who could have been a classical cellist. She finds Jack's captivity an irresistible turn-on and he can't figure out if she's for real, or manipulating him, too. Before the gang returns, Jack and Erin's connection intensifies and who ends up with the money is anyone's guess. Written by
During the scene where David is driving in the rain, the song playing is "(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone," which originated on the TV series The Monkees (1966),which Bob Rafelson created. The version in the film is performed by his son, Peter Rafelson. See more »
When they hit the heavy traffic, Jack puts his red light on the roof. It then disappears for the rest of the sequence. See more »
Jack, thank God you're home.
I need your help. It's Connie, she's run away again.
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Samuel Jackson and Milla Jovovich were superb. However, the story barely uses much of Jackson's talent. The other actors are good to okay. Stellan Skarsgård was terrible. He reads his lines like a high school student. The story was slow to get started and was quite predictable. The movie picks up as it goes along.
Milla Jovovich is beautiful and has never looked as good. She is absolutely mesmerizing to look at in this role.
On a late Saturday night when you are tired, in the mood for a movie, and just don't care what film you see it will do the trick.
Doug Hutchinson is a great Hoop! He was very convining.
Out of 10 stars (where 10 is the highest) I would give it a 5. I must say though Jovovich and Jackson were worth" the price of admission." To bad Hollywood is not ready for a love scene between the two. That would have made this an exceptional cinematic event.
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