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In 2079, in Washington, the ex-CIA Operative Snow is brutally interrogated, accused of treason against the United States. The chief of the secret service Scott Langral believes that he shot the agent Frank in a hotel room. Meanwhile, the idealistic daughter of the president of the USA, Emilie Warnock, is visiting MS One, a maximum security prison in outer space expecting to find evidence that the prisoners are actually guinea pigs of a huge corporation. When one of her bodyguards loses a hidden pistol to the dangerous prisoner Hydell, he subdues the staff in the central control room and releases the prisoners, including his brother Alex who becomes the leader of the riot. Now the veteran agent Harry Shaw offers freedom to Snow if he succeeds in rescuing the president's daughter. But the idealistic Emilie does not want to leave MS-One without the hostages. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
WILHELM SCREAM: The inmate who trips and falls right after coming out of stasis. See more »
Earlier in the film Snow punches Emilie to toughen her up which leaves a bruise/cut. This changes in place and appearance on her face. See more »
Again, what happened in that hotel room?
Oh, it was coupon night and I was trampolining your wife.
[Snow is punched in the face]
You're a real comedian aren't you, Snow?
Well I guess that's why they call it the punch line.
[Snow is punched again]
You don't like me, do you?
Don't flatter yourself. I don't like anybody.
With that attitude, I can see why nobody likes you.
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Written by Sune Wagner
Performed by The Raveonettes
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(p) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
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I loved this fun thriller, especially Guy Pearce as a wise-cracking agent sent to rescue the President's daughter from outer-space prison, where she's been making a charity visit.
There's lots of humour (especially in the first scenes - it's like Pearce is doing a Philip Marlowe impression) and the action is non-stop.
I was a bit puzzled that the inmates in America's top-security prison all seemed to be from Glasgow and that it seemed to be co-starring George Galloway, but the performances are great. Pearce is really cool and the psycho prisoner acts his socks off.
If you're used to watching thrillers, you'll guess a lot of the plot turns but overall I believe it deserves to be getting a lot better reviews. Overall, it was great fun.
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