The Tuxedo

The Tuxedo (2002)

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Banning plans to poison the world's water supply, forcing people to buy his bottled water. There is no Walter Strider. The "waterstrider" is a type of insect that can walk on water without breaking the water's surface, and is they key to Banning's plan. Jimmy Tong and Del Blaine save the day. The real Clark Devlin survives.

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Continuity mistake: When Jimmy was in a fight with the mean biker dude, the guy punches and shatters the driver's side window of Jimmy's taxi. After the fight, when Jimmy is driving a woman, the window is perfectly intact.

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Clark Devlin: Jimmy, I hate to say this, but don't take advice from women about women.

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Trivia: The bad guy in this movie was a bottled-water magnate. This was Dreamworks' dig at Vivendi, the French water bottler that also owned Universal Studios, Dreamworks' rival.

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Question: Exactly what is Banning's plan?

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Answer: Banning, head of Banning Corporation, wants to take over the global drinking water supply. He intends to start by poisoning major US reservoirs using genetically modified water strider insects. The striders carry bacteria that will spread from person-to-person.

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Answer: If you're talking about his evil plan with the Banning Corporation, he wants to take over the world's drinking water supply (so that anyone who wants drinking water will have to buy it from Banning). He is trying to contaminate the U.S. drinking water with a deadly bacteria.

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