Harry Tasker: devoted father, husband, and computer salesman. Or so everyone thinks. In reality, Tasker is a spy in one of the United States government’s highest branches. As Tasker continues to keep his profession a secret from his family, his wife, Helen, begins to surreptitiously meet with a used car salesman, Simon. Upon discovering this, Tasker sets out on a personal mission to win his wife back and find out Simon’s true motives. Meanwhile, a Middle Eastern terrorist organization known as “Crimson Jihad” is on the rise, threatening nuclear war with the United States if their demands are not met. As the clock winds down, Tasker must not only fight against the bloodthirsty terrorists, but also fight to regain the trust of his family. —IMDb
The top-tiered action director of his generation, as well as one of the most allegedly demanding and difficult, James Cameron reshaped 1980s and ‘90s Hollywood with a string of lucrative multimillion-dollar films remarkable for their marriage of technical wizardry and human sentiment. Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster Titanic exemplified this union of elements, as one of the highest grossing motion pictures in the history of the medium. It also netted its director a dazzling array of international awards, including the 1997 Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director.
The son of an electrical engineer, Cameron was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, on August 16, 1954. He was fascinated with movies from a young age and would later cite Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey as an early influence. Thanks to his father’s job, Cameron and his family moved to southern California in 1971, and the director studied physics at California State University. Following his graduation, Cameron, who… read more
Horrible film. Never mind the acting. Usually I watch Schwarzenegger films because of his ludicrous acting, but this film was just unbearable. Xenophobic, sexist, and drawing nearly all its supposed comedic value from infantile, laddish puns on unhappy marriage. I wonder how Cameron got away with this.