PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
A retired CIA agent travels across Europe and relies on his old skills to save his estranged daughter, who has been kidnapped while on a trip to Paris.
Before any action takes place, Bryan already has scratches to the left side of his face, hinting at his "spare time" activities.
Mr. Mills, how are you?
Bryan: I'm fine. How are you?
Singh: Very fine. I suppose you want to see it again?
Bryan: If you don't mind.
Singh: You know where it is.
Bryan: Oh yeah.
Bryan's diversion with the small walkie to avoid being caught when the French agents detect his cell phone location cannot work in the way depicted. First off, walkies usually are PTT, so either you can listen or you can talk, but to change from one mode to the other, you need to push a button. Even if these walkies were to transmit and receive at the same time without hitting a PTT button though, Bryan would have to either dial or pick up the phone before he could start moving to his alternate location. That alternate on the other roof was too far for him to have reached it in the few seconds that pass between the start of the conversation and the first shot of static Bryan with his binoculars. But even if they had shown him on the move rather than observing, the French agents would have known he needed to stay in range of the low-power Walkie for the trick to work, so he could not be more than a few dozen yards away.
English, French, Albanian, Arabic
£1,165,986 (UK) (28 September 2008)
$145,000,989 (USA) (5 July 2009)
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