During Kotov's surgery scene, Special Agent Singleton is walking around the sterile area of a huge Los Angeles' surgical suites with a t-shirt, no mask, no scrubs, and carrying a pistol. He could have never gotten that far in a modern city hospital. See more »
Worst acting ever!
This straight-to-TV movie probably served well as an acting class for the unknowns. The acting in this movie was so horrible it makes Sharknado look like Gone With the Wind! It was so bad, I think some of the "actors" weren't even professionals. I think it was more Ed Wood style where he let friends and contributors have parts in the movie. Really, really bad acting and bad movie with really, really bad acting. The plot wasn't horrible, but there was a lot of unnecessary pauses and scenes that could have/should have been cut. Actually, the entire movie should have been put on the shelf and left there until such time as one of the younger actors became famous enough that it would have embarrassment value.
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