R | | Action, Crime, Fantasy
A frustrated office worker learns that he is the son of a professional assassin and that he shares his father's superhuman killing abilities.
The man pictured in the poster next to Cross' shoulder when he is on the train is the president of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus.
It's my anorexic boss' birthday. This means there's a certain amount of inter-office pressure to stand around the conference table, eating crappy food and pretending to worship her. Acting for five minutes like Janice doesn't make all our lives ...
After Fox drives her car into the train, Wesley jumps over it and pursues Cross. When the train derails he his clearly seen struggling through two carriages, while Fox is in the penultimate carriage, until the final carriage dismantles. At no point does Fox overtake Wesley and everything behind Wesley detaches and descends down the cliff, this would suggest Fox has gone down with the train. However, after Wesley Shoots Cross and the carriage dislodges and fall down the cliff, Fox miraculously appears in the carriage.
There are no opening credits. The title appears as a headline on a newspaper well into the movie.
The Australian theatrical version cut a 10 second sequence where Wesley jams a gun through a dead man's mouth and uses his body as a shield while he shoots down other gunmen. This version was rated MA15+. Oddly enough, when the DVD came out, it had a sticker on the cover touting the film as "Uncut". While this was true -- and the violence in the gunfight had been re-instated -- the DVD carried the same MA15+ rating.
£3,814,055 (UK) (29 June 2008)
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