An aging alcoholic cop is assigned the task of escorting a witness from police custody to a courthouse 16 blocks away. There are, however, chaotic forces at work that prevent them from making it in one piece.
Set in a futuristic world where humans live in isolation and interact through surrogate robots, a cop is forced to leave his home for the first time in years in order to investigate the murders of others' surrogates.
High powered lawyer Claire Kubik finds her world turned upside down when her husband, who she thought was Tom Kubik, is arrested and is revealed to be Ron Chapman. Chapman is on trial for a... See full summary »
Rowena Price is a muckraking reporter for a New York paper. When her story about a closeted gay Senator who preaches family values is spiked, she quits and soon finds herself investigating the grisly murder of a childhood friend. Her friend had been dumped by ad exec Harrison Hill, so he's Rowena's prime suspect. Rowena gets a job at the ad agency as a temp, and she's soon the object of Hill's attentions. She's helped in her subterfuge by Miles Haley, a friend at the paper who has a secret thing for her. Everyone, it seems, has secrets, including Hill, who must keep his affairs from his wife - her money fuels his lifestyle. Murder will out? Written by
As Rowena enters World Trade Center building Seven (26:15), where Hill's agency is located, Larry Silverstein the actual owner of the entire WTC complex make a cameo appearance at the security desk. See more »
Halle Berry's character is asked to fill out an I-9 form after she starts working at the advertising agency. An I-9 form is not just paperwork to be filled out, it's a form that verifies a person's identity and employment eligibility. Along with an I-9 form, an employee must supply proof of identity, such as a valid passport, or a driver's license AND social security card.
Since she is working there under an assumed name, she probably does not have a forged passport with her fake name, and no mention is made of what documents she submits in order to prove her (fake) identity. The human resources department at the agency would never have cleared her to receive a paycheck if there were any discrepancies on her I-9 form, like not having the proper documents. See more »
can we just look at the e-mails please?
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What in the world has happened to Halle Berry? Can't she act any more? Judging from this movie I'd say: Yes - she can't... And Bruce Willis is ... well, he's Bruce Willis. And why does she have to participate in a mediocre thriller like this one? Because it is very mediocre. The beginning is quite promising, and I was ready for a nice, clean thriller. But what followed was like a bad version of some Michael Crichton novel. Oh, and the filmmakers filmed three different endings to the film, each with a different character as the killer? Then they must have chosen the worst ending. The film is not creative, not inventive, implausible, sometimes ridiculous. No, it's not a disaster. But a major disappointment.
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