R | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A marksman living in exile is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the President. After being double crossed for the attempt and on the run, he sets out for the real killer and the truth.
Swagger wears a Philadelphia Eagles jacket and hat when he fights the two police officers. Mark Wahlberg played Vince Papale in Invincible, a film about a bartender who plays for the Eagles.
Movement. Two men. Approximately... forty goats.
Bob Lee Swagger: They're not on anybody's side. We don't have to shoot them.
During the last DC meeting of the movie, the US Attorney General claims to have no jurisdiction over Colonel Johnson's crimes because they were committed outside the United States. This is incorrect. All military members serving on active duty - like the Colonel - are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice anywhere.
Some television airings use alternate takes with less blood and gore. For example, when Swagger shoots Payne in the hand, it is shown in a wide shot, instead of the bloody closeup in the theatrical release. And when Swagger shoots Payne again, instead of Payne's arm being blown off, as in the theatrical release, he is hit in the shoulder and simply falls down in a wide shot.
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