PG-13 | | Action, Mystery, Sci-Fi
What seemed like a breezy idea for an engineer to net him millions of dollars, leaves him on the run for his life and piecing together why he's being chased.
In the DVD special feature about the film's stunts, stunt coordinator Gregg Smrz explains that in a chase-scene crash between a car and a big rig truck, the truck was actually towing the car by use of a cable system that the special effects department fabricated. One of the chains connecting the two vehicles is noticeable during this crash sequence in the film.
It's time to wake up... and get a life. We live in a 3-dimensional world. Until now, the world of computing has been a flat world, consisting of 2-dimensional imagery. Now, through the use of exclusive breakthrough technology, ARC has made it ...
Fairly early in the movie, when Jennings is having lunch with Troy, he dumps out the contents of the manila envelope on the table. When the two notice that they're being watched, Jennings hastily scoops the items back into the envelope; however, we see that he misses the bullet. In the next shot, the bullet is still on the table, albeit partially obscured by a napkin. The two men flee, leaving the bullet on the table, yet somehow Jennings has and uses it later in the movie.
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