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The Department of Homeland Security receives a threat that a bomb has been set to explode during a sports event in Washington, D.C.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Bookman
Douglas Campbell
Tara Rosling ...
Lynn Bookman
Jill Greco
Clark McDaniel
Henri Pardo ...
John Givens
Matt Connell ...
Matt Calvillo
Richard Zawadski
Agent Brian Goodman
Musab Hyatti
Sean Bookman
Jim McNabb ...
Red Beacham
Deanne Mitchell
Lynne Adams ...
FBI Agent Lawton


The Department of Homeland Security receives a threat that a bomb has been set to explode during a sports event in Washington, D.C.

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Release Date:

19 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Aikapommi  »

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1.78 : 1
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OK for made-for-TV.
20 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

I saw this on CBS last night, and I must say it kept my attention, but the acting was mediocre at best. David Arquette is almost impossible to take seriously, especially in the emotional moments. Honestly, what were they thinking when they cast him in the lead? There are probably thousands of unknown actors that would have been more believable. I've liked David Arquette in the other films I've seen him in, but this just shows that he is not a dramatic actor. He should stick to comedy. I won't give anything away, but the plot twist at the end doesn't really make a lot of sense either. I think the makers of this film thought the material with terrorism and racial profiling would make it relevant and edgy, but instead it was just cliché and predictable.

Also, the cinematography was nothing special, for a while I wasn't sure whether this was a movie or a new TV show. But I did keep watching till the end, but a good TV show could easily have pulled me away.

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