A true story of survival, as a young couple's chance encounter leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history.
Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when Grey, a self-identified technophobe, has his world turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant called Stem.
The three BMW 6-Series arriving in the warehouse from the shipping container are US version with side running lamps, bigger bumpers, and CHMSL brake lamp. That would not be possible with the grey market cars since the manufacturers or official distributors would not sell those parts to the third party importers or converters. Usually, the grey market cars have aftermarket side running lamps attached to the fenders and the bumpers moving outward as to give the appearance of beefier American 5-mph bumpers.
CHMSL brake lamps weren't mandated in the United States until 1986 model year. All of three BMW cars in the film have them.
The white 6-Series is a 1987 as denoted by redesigned bumpers and long thin side running lamps inserted in the black stripe. See more »
There are only 17 Bullas on the entire planet, and every single one of them... is locked in a museum.
It's a fake
But you thought it was an original.
And why?... Because the perception of reality... is more real than reality itself...
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Enjoyable one-time watch. Also worth it for Spacey.
Enjoyable one-time watch, for young people especially. It deals with important questions like how far do you bend your ethics to make a dollar?
There's also some good sales lessons from Kevin Spacey in this movie, i'll let you find those yourself. And Kevin's attachment to this movie really turned me on to it, he's still a great actor despite any allegations that are going on.
Recommended movie for a one-time viewing.
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