Jonathan Ecks, an FBI agent, realizes that he must join with his lifelong enemy, Agent Sever, a rogue DIA agent with whom he is in mortal combat, in order to defeat a common enemy. That enemy has developed a "micro-device" that can be injected into victims in order to kill them at will.Written by
Roger R. Cross, Steve Bacic and Sandrine Holt are Canadian performers who have been in many of the same films and shows together before and after this film. Bacic and Holt both have scenes in the flashback but no dialogue (either due to it being cut or other reasons). Cross is the only one of the trio who has various lines of dialogue, let alone a key supporting role. See more »
Halfway through the motorcycle chase, after Ecks is freed from the bus, the weather changes from wet and rainy to dry and sunny between shots. See more »
Good evening Mrs. Gant.
What does my husband want now?
The plan has changed. He is now available to spend time with Michael.
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I liked the trailers, I hoped for the best and then sat in dumbstruck horror as one of the worst films ever made (as in so bad its painful to watch bad) unspooled before my eyes. Rumor has it that the film makers know a thing about movie making. I know the cast does, but what wanders across the screen looks like the dailies of a really bad TV commercial put together by someone with no sense of film structure. I'm told that this has something to do with two assassins fighting each other after some one is kidnapped, but I'm not certain since things just sort of happen for no real reason. I would like to think that this movie was a big joke on the movie going public but no one would want to spend what it cost to make this movie as a joke, especially when there was no hope of ever getting the money back in ten thousand life times. A void unless your eyes need to experience cinematic blunt force trauma applied to them.
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