Fair Amount of Action - Unsatisfying Ending
When Nick's character resists this, (being told that he would kill a child pornographer - in reality an investigative reporter who is getting too close to the truth) he his hounded by the organization.
I understood that this organization has infiltrated much more than originally thought, and Nick's acting is pretty spot on, if a bit sympathetic but there are many questions left - why does he go into a hotel and manage to steal a car? And if he really needed wheels that badly, then why did he not later return the car? And why were the cops not after him on this?
He does not tell his wife any of his dealings until near the end of the movie. She later becomes a key player, but a bit late in the film.
If this organization is so secretive, why does it not just pull its own jobs rather than convince patsies? Would it not be faster to hire a hit man?
Bottom Line: I got this DVD for free and that's a pretty good deal. Why spend dough on a story that makes little sense and delivers an unsatisfying ending? The story revolves around things are not as they seem - and it pretty much ends that way too. Very unsatisfying.
DVD: Some special features include interviews with the cast.