Two trains crash somewhere in Russia, one carrying a nuclear payload. A nuclear explosion follows the crash and the world is on alert... However, White House nuclear expert Dr. Julia Kelly doesn't think it was an accident... Special Operations Intelligence Officer Colonel Thomas Devoe doesn't think so either... Together they must unravel a conspiracy that goes from Europe to New York, to stop a terrorist who has no demands...Written by
M. Belanger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Portions of this movie were filmed in Australia, especially Queensland, (including it's capital city of Brisbane) See more »
When Dr. Kelly and Lt. Col Devoe first get to Vienna, she is clearly wearing taupe colored pumps. As they are walking out of the square with Dimitri, she is wearing black knee-high boots. See more »
[Julia Kelly is trying to disarm a nuclear bomb with less than a minute left while Tom Devoe is standing next to her]
Devoe, get out of here.
Okay, I'll be in the truck.
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TBS and TNT broadcasts eliminate all references to CNN, including putting a colored square over the CNN logo when it appears on screen. See more »
Performed by Sveti Dimitrija Church Choir See more »
How do you stop a terrorist who has no demands?
A distraught Bosnian piano teacher named Dusan Gavric (Marcel Iures), whose wife and daughter had been shot down before his eyes by Bosnian Muslim snipers in war-divided Sarajevo, intends to ignite a stolen nuclear bomb around the U.N. building in New York in revenge for that atrocity
Nuclear weapons specialist Dr. Julia Kelly (Nicole Kidman) and US Special Forces Colonel Thomas Devoe (George Clooney) try to stop the psycho...
Clooney, convinced that United States educated half the world's terrorists, plays a talented soldier who takes great liberties to get what he wants including heavy bribes and savage beatings With that cool, suave and dashing look that makes women swoon, Clooney demonstrates great sense of humor with his performance, and looks pleasantly cold as hell during high action sequences His unexpected reactions get on Kidman's nerves so easily
Kidman looks lovely as the anguished scientist who wants to save the world, struggling tightly against her self-doubt
Mimi Leder definitely proves that she's a commanding presence behind the camera She shows how to move more effectively the camera creating tension throughout the hijacking of the warheads, Vienna's exciting car chase, the flight of the three US Air Force helicopters ordered to return to Turkish airspace, the truckload of the bad guys hanging over a cliff, and the tracking of the missing warhead on Manhattan's crowded streets
The music is great... It follows the action well and elevates the dramatic suspense throughout the show...
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