Dr. Ho the Chinese Consul in Vienna in 1938 issued Exit Visas to many Jews against the instruction of his superiors. Together with Fannia and Bruce they must leave Vienna as the Gestapo is chasing them to get the Jews and Hitler's painting.
Markus von Lingen
Frank Banner used to specialize in helping Soviet spies defect safely to the West. Banner's wife was shot to death aiding such an escape. Now, with the Cold War over, Banner is called upon ... See full summary »
A successful Wall Street trader returns to England with her new husband and five-year-old son, but their new start together turns into a nightmare when they move into a country house which contains a terrible secret.
After being sent to a youth detention centre, 18-year-old Andrej has to fight for his place within the group of inmates while getting closer to Zeljko, their informal leader, and struggling to keep his repressed secret in the dark.
Chris Kody, the world's best mercenary, is freed from prison -- but there's a catch. Kody must use his lethal weapons and fighting skills to stop a group of terrorists who have taken over a nuclear sub.
An ex-con (Rick Schroder) returns to town after being released from prison and begins threatening his former college buddies about a frat party hazing incident that they all have tried to hide in their past.
In 1986, David Whitman came home, contaminated his wife and child, and watched them die. Years later, he leads a hazmat team investigating an industrial accident near Budapest. One ... See full summary »
As Wolfe is on the phone with his bank, the man on the other end at first calls him "Mr. Wolfe", then "Mr. Deere" thereafter. See more »
You really think I was going to give you a loaded gun, huh? You think I'm that stupid , huh?
[as he points the previously loaded gun at his own head]
You really think I'd give you a loaded gu...
[Pulls trigger shooting himself in the head]
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Without top caliber acting by Assante and Shroder I would characterize this as a poor man's Soderbergh film. It just can not seem to decide its identity. Some scenes (I suppose shot early when the money was plentiful) have a jazzy soundtrack and innovative photography (a la Out of Sight), while most have a distinctly Made-For-TV feel (Think of most films from Rob Lowe, Craig Scheffer, or Eric Stolz made in the past decade). In fact, I would say that watching this on TV, for free, is the only venue in which this film can be enjoyed. 5.5 / 10 stars.
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