After a ferry is bombed in New Orleans, an A.T.F. agent joins a unique investigation using experimental surveillance technology to find the bomber, but soon finds himself becoming obsessed with one of the victims.
Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.
Matt Whitlock, the police chief of the small town of Banyan Key, Florida, is separated from his wife, Alex, a police homicide detective in MIami. Matt's been having an affair with Ann Merai Harrison, a woman who's separated from her abusive husband, Chris, and says she has cancer, as well. When her doctor tells her of a new expensive treatment, Matt decides to give her the nearly half a million dollars in an evidence lock up that he seized from a local drug bust. When Ann and her husband turn up dead only days after naming Chief Whitlock as beneficiary on a million dollar Life insurance policy, things start heating up for Whitlock as the evidence his wife Alex is gathering stacks up against him. And as if things couldn't get worse, the D.E.A. now want the drug money a.s.a.p. Anxiety runs high for Whitlock as he scrambles to figure out who has set him up and also recover half a million dollars all while trying not to break a sweat or draw any suspicions. He's a man who is way out of ...Written by
The name, Alex Gartner, one of the producers, appears on a sign noting that Alex Gartner is an Attorney at Law. See more »
When Matt and Paul Cabot are fighting in the hotel room they fell through a window, but none of them gets hurt. When Matt climbs up the balcony after the balcony rail was broken, you can even see him placing his lower arm directly in the splinter of glass, what normally would cause several lacerations. Moments later he's sitting in a café with Alex and she finds a splinter in his hair, but there are no injuries or scratches on his skin. See more »
Alex Diaz Whitlock:
[mentioning the charred bodies in the ruins of the Harrison house]
Do you know who they are?
I think it's definitely 'were'.
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The name Burt Ward appears as "Boy Wonder Executive Producer" See more »
I was expecting some cheesy half-baked effort on all parts, but then again, the film itself took on some twists of its own. Sure, a couple of the twists could be seen a mile away, but it was the way the scenes were cleanly executed to the point where you had to wonder "How is he getting out of this?" While some of the reviews are over the top, this is certainly one of those popcorn movies that I wouldn't mind spending a little dough on. Watch for Denzel and Eva Mendes, enjoy for the tension and the great musical score.
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