After an explosion on a ferry kills over 500 people including a large group of party-going sailors, an ATF agent (Denzel Washington) investigates the crime. AN FBI agent (Val Kilmer) also joins the investigation. Impressed with the ATF agent's skills, the FBI agent invites him to join a new team that has a new program that uses satellite technology to look backwards in time for 4-1/2 days to try to capture the terrorist (Jim Cavaziel). Meanwhile a young woman (Paula Patton) who was burned washes up on shore. The body arrives at its location too soon, which leads the agents to believe her death is related to the explosion. As they use the new technology to study the woman, the ATF agent determines that this is not satellite imagery but somehow is using a time warp. From this point in the film, the movie moves from a crime film to a sci-fi time paradox film. Nonetheless, the action is non-stop and always captivating. The end of the film may be confusing to some people, but it is all laid out if one cares to look carefully. Contains some extreme violence that some may find disturbing, particularly during the explosion when many people are shown jumping off the boat in flames.Synopsis - Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) Fasten your seatbelts for the extended ride of your life in this high-performance, fuel-injected Gone In 60 Seconds Director's Cut from producer Jerry Bruckheimer (National Treasure, Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl). Never-before-seen footage and amped-up sound add fuel to this already high-octane action hit, starring Nicolas Cage, Robert Duvall and sexy Angelina Jolie. A legendary car booster (Cage) thought he left the fast lane behind him, until he's forced out of retirement to save his kid brother from the wrath of an evil mobster. It's nothing less than a full-throttle race to pull off the ultimate car heist: 50 exotic beauties in 24 hours and the cops are already onto them!
déjà vu / Gone In 60 Seconds
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Adam Goldberg, Brian Howe, Bruce Greenwood, Dane Rhodes, Denzel Washington, Donna W. Scott, Elden Henson, Elle Fanning, Enrique Castillo, Erika Alexander, James Caviezel, John McConnell, Mark Phinney, Matt Craven, Paula Patton, Rich Hutchman, Shondrella Avery, Val Kilmer
Infrequent Coarse Language, Moderate Sexual References, Moderate Violence
If you thought it was just a trick of the mind, prepare yourself for the truth.