Chuck is a computer geek who gets a computer full of information zapped into his brain...information that contains secrets that the federal government desperately needs to keep in Chuck's head...and keep Chuck, himself, intact. In the opener Chuck meets a woman who agrees to go on a date with him, but she's one of the government agents who's interested more in his head than his body.
Did You Know?
Dropping a computer wouldn't severely damage a computer hard drive. At worst, it would damage the mechanical linkages inside the drive, but the physical damage wouldn't affect the data stored on the platters. The CIA/NSA would easily be able to recover data from the damaged drive. See more
(at around 2 mins) When Chuck and Sarah walks to the club, Casey and his team is in an SUV. When he cocks his gun, you can see that there is no clip in the handle. The reason for this is that the magazine is a post ban version able to hold no more than 10 rounds, instead of the 14-15 rounds. In order to use the same type of magazine they are hollowed out at the bottom appearing as non existent magazine. See more
[looking at Chuck's destroyed hard drive
No, I've been through it. It's dead, it's totally fried. This hard drive was... murdered.
What if you were the unwitting target of a ninja vendetta, and he returns tonight to strangle you with his nunchuks?
That's super, Jeff. Thanks for thinking outside the box on that one. And here I thought I couldn't get any more freaked out.
References North by Northwest
Performed by Brothers Martin See more