Directed by: Dean Parisot
Starring: Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Question: Was Bailey still insane when they released him from the asylum? Or was it all a trick to get their trust?
Chosen answer: Insane in the sense that he wasn't completely mentally capable? Yes. Insane in that he wanted to blow them up? No. He was heavily medicated while in care and so his ramblings and confusion are supposed to be perceived as genuine. Once he starts commenting that he is beginning to remember his past, we then assume that he realizes what his original intentions were and somehow manages to contact the other agency.
Question: Wouldn't going into the Iranian embassy and opening fire with guns be seen as a declaration of war? Especially since they shot/killed dozens of Iranian citizens while escaping.
Chosen answer: Perhaps, but against whom? The Americans, the Brits, the Koreans? And having an American citizen found tied to a chair, abused, and murdered would be hard to explain. In addition, their involvement in a narrowly averted nuclear holocaust may keep them from saying too much.
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Marvin: If there's one thing I know, it's women and covert operations.Frank: Marvin, that's two things.Han Cho Bai: No, grasshopper. It is not.
When Han shoots at Bruce Willis and the others with the Gatling gun, we see cartridges on the ground. You can tell that they are all blanks. The tip is jagged and has been closed - live ammo just has an open hole where the bullet was.
The Boeing 747 (G-BDXJ) seen in the background during the climactic scene at the airport is the same one used in Casino Royale to depict the prototype aeroplane at Miami. It is also seen in many episodes of the UK television series Top Gear.