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The original title of the movie was "Beyond Deceit". It was changed during filming, because too many people thought it sounded like "Beyond Da Sea". See more »
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Written by Felix Kazablanca & Jean Marc Pelatan
Performed by No Money Kids
Courtesy of Roy Music
By arrangement with Gravelpit Music See more »
There have been rare occasions where a movie with headliners such as are in this movie agree to act in a poorly written, poorly scripted, complete dog of a movie.
The dialogue, plot, and completely unbelievable circumstances all dovetail into absolute stupidity.
This movie and any media on which it is copied should be burned and the producers should apologize for bringing it to the screen.
There is no way a lawyer would jeopardize his career like this.
There is no way a billionaire could be so easily duped.
There is no way police could be so completely clueless.
The kidnapping team was inept.
There is no back-story on anything or anyone.
Completely random events are depicted to explain nonsensical behavior.
Overall a rating of 2 is being very kind.
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