John Travolta, Nicolas Cage, Joan Allen, Alessandro Nivola
John Woo (Director), Mike Werb (Writer), Michael Colleary (Writer)
Release: Jun. 27th, 1997
Runtime: 2 hours, 18 minutes
An antiterrorism agent goes under the knife to acquire the likeness of a terrorist and gather details about a bombing plot. When the terrorist escapes custody, he undergoes surgery to look like the agent so he can get close to the agent's family.
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There is a scene in the movie where a guy makes out with his wife on the staircase of their house, talking to her in a sleazy manner. She's turned off by it, and says something like "it isn't lik...
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Plot - Caster Troy (Nicholas Cage and also kind of John Travolata) and Sean Archer (John Travolate/Nicholas Cage) were never exactly likely to be the best of friends, what with Caster being a criminal and Sean an FBI agent.
It is this toxic blend of bad-ass adrenaline-fueled action, and a storyline that is both clever and heavier to take in, than your usual dumb blockbusters because this isnt any brainless action film, this is a faceless action film, holding much more character than you would think in terms of how tha....
In his first two American action films, his action sequences were a bit stilted and generic, but here he just let's loose with beautifully filmed scenes of gunplay, hand-to-hand combat, Mexican standoffs, boat chases and prison escapes.