The Art of War

The Art of War

Movie: The Art of War
Director: Christian Duguay
Produced by: Amen Ra Films, Filmline International, Franchise Pictures, Morgan Creek Productions
Released By: Warner Brothers
MPAA Rating: R

A spy who has convinced much of the world he doesn’t exist now must prove that he does in order to save thousands of lives in this thriller. After the assassination of Wu, China’s ambassador to the United Nations, in the midst of negotiations on a trade pact, FBI agent Neil Shaw is assigned to ferret out the killer by his superior, Eleanor Hooks. But Shaw soon discovers that he’s now considered a key suspect in the murder, and is the subject of a manhunt. Shaw’s ability to cover his tracks, and his network of similarly “invisible” agents, makes him a hard man to track down. But when Shaw learns that the real killers not only plan to strike again but intend to take out most of the U.N. in the process, he swings into action to prevent the attack and clear his name, Shaw is thrown into a partnership with Julia, a U.N. interpreter who witnessed Wu’s murder and may be able to trace a recording of the crime. The Art of War co-stars Michael Biehn as Bly, one of Shaw’s associates, and Donald Sutherland as the Secretary General of the United Nations. The film was originally written as a vehicle of Hong Kong action star Jet Li before Snipes stepped in as both star and executive producer.

Yumurta Yumurta
by Semih Kaplanoglu
Paratrooper Paratrooper
by Terence Young
The Sleeping Beauty (Royal Ballet) The Sleeping Beauty (Royal Ballet)
by
The King and I The King and I
by Walter Lang
Die Summe meiner einzelnen Teile Die Summe meiner einzelnen Teile
by Hans Weingartner
Exorcismus Exorcismus
by Manuel Carballo
La Gueule Ouverte La Gueule Ouverte
by Maurice Pialat
Mona Lisa Smile Mona Lisa Smile
by Mike Newell
The Midnight Hour The Midnight Hour
by Jack Bender
The Girl on a Motorcycle The Girl on a Motorcycle
by Jack Cardiff

Leave a Comment