Riley is a math genius who is fascinated by math and the universe; his mom is a woman just trying to... See full synopsis »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Joanna Clark
Coach Corey
Marshall Pryor
Dr. Kline
Michael De La Torre ...
John the Drunk Customer
TV Anchorwoman
Dispatcher #1 / Tommy
Mark Costello ...
Dispatcher #2 / Howard
Ricky Lomax ...
Senator Melchard


Riley is a math genius who is fascinated by math and the universe; his mom is a woman just trying to... See full synopsis »

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Action | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some violence and brief sensual content




Release Date:

6 June 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Iliaki kataigida  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$1,554 (USA) (6 June 2008)


$4,098 (USA) (27 June 2008)

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When Jamie is preparing the two glasses of whiskey, she pours some household chemical filling the glasses and the resulting brown solution almost reaches the top of the glasses. When she walks with the glasses in the next shot and the content is thrown to the guys the glasses only contain (white) ice cubes. See more »

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Mediocre no-budgeter from Fred Olen Ray
31 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Fred Olen Ray must be one of the most prolific directors working today, although of course quantity is not synonymous with quality. He has always worked with small, in some cases very small, budgets, but in his earlier years he used to creatively circle around his budgetary limitations; in more recent years, he seems to have lost much of his creativity and he just shoots every film with rapid speed to be done with it and move on to the next one ("Solar Destruction" is one of the five (!) he made in 2008). Not able to afford much more than a few flickering light bulbs to depict "global chaos" (plus a terribly fake-looking digital "train crash" at the beginning), Ray fills most of this movie with talk talk talk, with his humorous touch spotted only in a couple of lines, like an Asian chauffeur's "I don't fight, man. I just drive!". Michelle Clunie does kick some ass and does look like she works out regularly; her teenage son can get on your nerves, though. *1/2 out of 4.

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