James Bond descends into mystery as he tries to stop a mysterious organization from eliminating a country's most valuable resource. All the while, he still tries to seek revenge over the death of his love.
In the dogfight between the Russian and US fighters near the end of the film, we see the Russian fighter pilot apparently enabling his cannon by flicking a switch on the left portion of his dashboard, then blazing away at the US fighter. Shortly after the US pilot maneuvers around behind the Russian and apparently arms his air-to-air missiles with exactly the same switch. The identical shot was used to show both operations in 2 completely different aircraft. This shows up again in another shot in the same sequence when we see a Russian pilot actually hitting the correct Master Release to launch a missile, but on a panel with everything printed in English. He never gets a chance to launch and the same US pilot maneuvers behind the second Russin, arms HIS missiles with the exact same panel (identical shot used for the Russian arming his) and firing. Total time between shots: 14 seconds See more »
Are your nerves shaking?... that means your instincts are turned on.
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I didn't know Wesley Snipes run out of money. Couldn't figure out any other reason for participating in this movie.
Ridiculous story of a nuclear threat with enmeshment of Kremlin and some Special Forces. Couple of mistakes during the movie cause an additional loss of acceptance: after dropping the parachutists the plane flies a curve...for every radar control clearly to understand that the package is delivered; the way the special forces moves in the tunnels; giving signal to the rescue chopper by bale fire, while Wesley Snipes is equipped with neat fancy equipment;....
Poor plot. Poor dialogs.
Save your time and money and pick another one.
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