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 <email@example.com>
The biplane looks to be either an Antonov An-2 or An-4. See more »
During the car chase scene in Vienna, Devoe puts his Mercedes-Benz in reverse and drives backwards towards the two BMW's approaching from his rear, one to the left, and one to the right. He then turns the steering wheel sharply to the left and hits the BMW that was approaching from behind him and to the right. In reality he would have hit the the other BMW to his left - when you drive backwards and turn the steering wheel to the left, the rear of the car moves to left, not to the right. See more »
[Storming into Dusan's hotel room, they find him gone, and Julia opens the box he used to transport the nuclear weapon]
"Diplomatic papers." They never even searched it!
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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 »
Retrospective. Oh dear, oh dear oh dear. What trite nonsense. Be it Nicole Kidman desperately trying to look sexy with wet hair or delivering the immortal line: 'I'd be more worried by a terrorist with one bomb than ten', this films is utter balderdash. Once more American film studios search out a bette noir, this time it's the Bosnians. And hey, surprise, surprise, those darned Ruskies are friends.
One an only assume that the people who watch this kind of film have the mental capacity of Mickey Mouse - hence the need for exciting location titles every few moments - not that they are needed because there is a gross stereotype for every nationality or ethnic minority. If I hear another Russian called Dimitri I am going to scream.
I loved the peasantification of the the Serbs and Croats. Have the film crew ever been to Eastern Europe? Clearly not.
The positive aspect of the film is that it enables one to discriminate between bad films and good films. Ahhh...so nice to have such bad films at hand.
I dread the day when some other director and 'B' grade actors make a film on the Iraq conflict. I'll conclude as I started. Oh dear,oh dear.
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