Raymond Barret was the mastermind behind the robbery of an armored truck several years ago. He has changed his identity and is now serving a lesser charge in a federal prison waiting out the statute of limitations. When he's released he'll be able to recover the stolen cash. The IMF convinces Barret that he's suffering from a terminal illness. In desperation he turns to a doctor of cryogenics (Phelps) and blackmails him into freezing him until a cure can be found. Barret wakes up in "the future" but quickly discovers the ruse. Even though everything seems to have gone wrong, it's all part of the elaborate plan to capture Barret and his partners. Written by
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When Barney is creating the fake human-freezing machine he begins to test out its refrigeration capabilities. The camera moves to a gage that reads "Chamber Temperature Centigrade" and we first see it at approximately 51 degrees, already rapidly moving down. The problem is that 51 degrees centigrade is 124 degrees Fahrenheit, and with this fake machine it would have started roughly at room temperature. See more
Person on Tape
[voice on tape
Good morning, Mr. Phelps. The man you're looking at is Raymond Barret, who is currently serving a five-year sentence in the state penitentiary. We have just learned through his cellmate, Max Davis, that Barret is actually Albert Jenkins, who masterminded the Oakdale armored-car robbery five years ago, double-crossed his associates, and hid the $10 million take. By cleverly allowing himself to be caught and convicted as Raymond Barret of a burglary charge he did not ...