PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard and his team of Marshals are assigned to track down Sheridan, who has been accused of a double-murder.
In the final act of the movie, Royce says he got a "Glock 40" because he wants to emulate Samuel Girad. The Glock 40 model was not introduced until 2015, seventeen years after this movie was made. The nomenclature "Glock 40" does not refer to the model, as is typified by all Glock's handgun production line. Instead it refers to the caliber. In this case it refers to a Glock in .40 (dot-four-zero) caliber which would have likely been a Glock model 22, introduced in 1990.
Now, make sure you take it all. I don't want you back here again.
Mark J. Sheridan: You don't believe me?
Stark: I'm going as far as I'm prepared to go. I'll catch the rest on CNN.
Stark: Hey, good luck to you man.
When Cosmo and Royce are leaving New York City heading to the cemetery they are in a Suburban. When leaving the city it is a 3/4 ton Version (the steel wheels give it away). When they are seen on the road heading to cemetery, it is a 1/2 ton (aluminum wheels). When they get rammed at cemetery and it raises up, clearly 3/4 style wheels again.
$16,863,988 8 March 1998