The plot of this film is interesting but it’s the kind of film in which a trip to the restroom would certainly put a person behind, and possibly regarding key moments.
The theme of putting an end to the terrorists behind a corrupt bank is certainly a theme which many people can relate to in today’s society. Terrorist activity is a daily reality and corruption and greed obviously exist in our modern society. Clive Owen does a commendable job as Interpol Agent Louis Salinger and Naomi Watts is also quite good in her more limited role as Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Eleanor Whitman. There is a line in the film which I liked a lot: “Sometimes a man who finds himself avoiding his destiny, will find his destiny on that very road.”
However, the violence and language categories are rated four in our Dove content chart, and we therefore cannot award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the movie.