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Face of Terror (2004)

A police officer searching for his missing sister in Spain uncovers a terrorist cell.

Director:

Bryan Goeres

Writers:

Douglas L. Walton (as Douglas Walton), Brent Huff | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ricky Schroder ... Nick Harper (as Rick Schroder)
Paulina Gálvez ... Ana Palacios
Eric Balfour ... Saleem Haddad
Abel Folk ... Victor De Pablo
Ana María Montero Ana María Montero ... Isabel
Marta Nieto ... Lola
Joan Minguell Joan Minguell ... Alberto
Dean Haglund ... Timmons
Sergi Mateu ... Inspector Nieto
Rachael E. Stevens ... Faith (as Rachael Stevens)
Kadeem Hardison ... Jefferson
Josep Minguell Josep Minguell ... Montero
Kirk B.R. Woller ... Thomas Billings (as Kirk Woller)
Ernesto Collado Ernesto Collado ... Rafael
Marta Gil Marta Gil ... Natalie
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Storyline

A Los Angeles police officer travels to Spain in search of his sister who disappears in Barcelona after pursuing a modeling career. A trail of drugs and corruption lead him to a terrorist cell that has been using American girls as human bombs. Will his sister be next? Written by Anonymous

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Nothing's more deadly than a man with nothing to lose.


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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Quotes

Saleem Haddad: You must love your sister very much if you are willing to sacrifice your life for hers
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Don't Say Goodbye
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Made-for-TV movie in disguise
20 April 2005 | by qljsystemsSee all my reviews

This movie trots out its throw-away story with all the cache of a very bad example of a TV movie. All the elements prove it: a predictable plot; a formulaic screenplay; cardboard cutout characters; hackneyed dialogue often delivered with the conviction of someone reading from a cue-card; clichéd situations; neat "just add water and stir" fight scenes; caricature archetypes. The baddies are just a little too cool to be real and Nick Schroder's rebellious good guy role is so predictable that you can almost see the painted footstep positions in every scene. I didn't bother to watch it through, because the outcome's fairly obvious from seeing just the first 20 minutes.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 March 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Design of Darkness See more »

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Budget:

$2,300,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Drimtim Entertainment See more »
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Color
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