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And worst of all, the door is left open for another installment.
You don't get that sense of urgency and the agency, although not a big part in this film, you just see it lingering and makes you wonder, how powerful is this agency?
Great acting, good action, and a good story that hopefully will lead to future franchise such as the Donald Strachey films.
Well performed and acted that this is a very interesting movie to sit and watch, A couple of agents get called back into service but one has had their memory erased which means... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robyn B. Mcgorm
After watching all of Director Ron Oliver's Don Strachey films I was all set for EuroGay romance and suspense at its best ...but I can't recall a single kiss in this movie. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Samuel Augustus Jennings
I took a chance on this movie and I must say it really did entertain me. It was a sort of who done it flick. Read morePublished 11 months ago by NHMovieLover
This was an excellent movie! Kept me wondering who, what , when and where....I'll watch it again, and recommend it highly!Published 17 months ago by craig wickersham
I was glad I watch it, but probably won't watch it again. I wish there had been a clip of it online.Published 22 months ago by Mark Gentner
Ex-Spy Jacob Keane is pulled away from his boyfriend and daughter and back into the high-stakes world of international espionage when his former partner Marta (Shannen Doherty)... Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by Staci
Shannen may not be the best actress around, but since I like her so much - she will always be the best as far as I'm concerned. Read morePublished on October 28, 2011 by Ace Seven
i only gave it two stars because of Robert Gant he is a sexy beast....Published on March 19, 2010 by K. Celestine
This film I found surprisingly dark in tone - and all the better for it. The opening sequence sets up the John Le Carre type approach to the story, and then we get the usual... Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by R. Flynn