The film was intended to be released in domestic theaters in 2005 by MGM, but was delayed due to the takeover of the company by Sony. The film was finally released direct-to-DVD in 2006 for the domestic market and within several international markets. See more »
When Alex gets into his SUV on a one way street, he gets in on the right side of the car and the steering wheel is on the right side of the car. Later he is seen in the same SUV driving on the left side of the car again. See more »
In the opening credits, Cuba Gooding, Jr. is listed as 'Cuba Gooding, J.R.'. See more »
I blame it on the writing first, directing second and finally some pretty bad performances. Cuba Gooding Jr. walking through the film with no focus, James Woods, a fine actor wasted in a nothing role; Anne Archer, who I like in much of her work, hardly in this and when she is, is not very good; David Selby wasted in more ways than one; Burt Reynolds makes an appearance and that's all. The worst of all is Angie Harmon as a snoopy reporter who would never get away with what she does in this. I was so happy when she gets beat up near the end. A well deserved smack in the mouth could have happened earlier in the film to shut this female up. Poking around getting others killed and not blinking an eye. She was just awful and ruined what was any chance of this being passable. Arrggghh!
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