An unsuspecting, disenchanted man finds himself working as a spy in the dangerous, high-stakes world of corporate espionage. Quickly getting way over-his-head, he teams up with a mysterious femme fatale.
Three actors from this movie were in Cube (1997). They are David Hewlett, Andrew Miller, and Maurice Dean Wint. See more »
When they are playing the game to see who gets the house, in the first view of the screen the health bars are full, then a little off each, then a little left of each, and then just before the K.O. they are full. See more »
The following is a true story. The people are actual people. Their names are their actual names. Everything has been thoroughly researched and verified.
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Before the opening line of the movie ("The following is a true story.") the opening credits stress this fact with three title cards: "The events portrayed in this motion picture are true." / "Once again, and it cannot be stressed enough, it is vitally important to understand that every single thing in this movie is true." / "Totally and completely true. Thank you." See more »
Nothing as an idea had huge potential, but the movie just didn't quite pull it off. First of all, there is no reason ever given to why these guys suddenly have this power to wish away everything they hate. Immediately they wish away everything but their house (because they're reclusive agoraphobic nerds) which sort of writes the Writer into a corner. It doesn't take long for the characters to explore nothing and then learn to live in it & enjoy it. Instead the characters could have spent a lot more time in the normal world exercising this new power slowly throughout the movie until maybe toward the end there is Nothing. This would have had a more satisfying storyline as the viewer could sort of feel like they're vicariously vanishing life's problems along with the character, only to learn the moral is that if you don't learn to live with your problems, you'll eventually wish away EVERYTHING....just an idea.
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