A government assassin learns he has been cloned by a rogue lab bent on raising an army of perfect soldiers.
A fair movie. It brings nothing new or interesting, and has generally uninspired writing and action. Thinking back on it, it does seem derivative of so many other movies.
- 7:30 -- I get the impression she's a bad guy. She even forewarned him with the comment that the other guy retired.
- 14:45 -- She reminds me so much of a young Ripley.
- 16:00 -- Bahrain
- 21:15 -- Oh my god did a woman just get hurt in a movie?
- 27:00 -- Why the fuck would this movie have that guy ask for a cracker?
- 34:30 -- Why would he hesitate? No hesitation, bang, roll credits.
- 36:15 -- How much ammo does that gun have?
- 40:00 -- I don't know why that little slow-motion leap there would be impressive at all. The film making and that action aren't in the theme of anything that's been shown so far, and it doesn't lead to any interesting result. It has no purpose.
- 42:45 -- "I know just the guy".. and just throw a deus ex machina in there. This is just shitty writing.
- 49:30 -- So how do they know they landed in Budapest?
- 50:00 -- How do they know who Yuri is, or how to find him?
- 51:15 -- Nelson Mandela, who is a Marxist terrorist.
- 1:01:45 -- I was thinking something could be hidden in her hair. I was also thinking her necklace would be some magic electronic thing.
- 1:03:00 -- I had a thing to write but I lost my train of thought.
- 1:05:15 -- Oh yeah, wouldn't he have been weirded out by his voice?
- 1:09:00 -- Cilantro, which tastes like soap.
- 1:24:00 -- In West Philadelphia, born and raised...
- 1:26:00 -- So wouldn't the clone also be chipped?
- 1:29:15 -- Those were low-caliber weapons and the other guys were wearing military-grade body armor. I didn't quite catch how they were so accurately shot as to drop so easily..
1:30:00 -- That's not cover..