Watch: Interception 2009 123movies, Full Movie Online – When a prototype weapon is stolen from a government facility a software engineer unknowingly becomes involved when he receives the key disk needed for detonation. With no help from authorities he is forced to team up with a suspended FBI agent to stop the group of criminals from destroying a major US city..
Plot: When a prototype weapon is stolen from a government facility a software engineer unknowingly becomes involved when he receives the key disk needed for detonation. With no help from authorities he is forced to team up with a suspended FBI agent to stop the group of criminals from destroying a major US city.
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Exciting Independent Film Is A Thriller In The Classic Mold
Independent film makers the Clay brothers wrote and directed this pulse pounding thriller with incredible originality and vision. The influence of Noir and classic Hitchcock and Fritz Lang are evident but the movie still offers something very fresh and new. Also starring John Will Clay in a superb performance that reveals him to be a quite gifted and charismatic actor. Bret Hopkins and Ashley Morgan lend strong support in roles that might well have otherwise been clichés if not for their skillful characterizations. There is high action indeed as the authorities move desperately to recover a prototype weapon that has been stolen and threatens to be detonated. The Clays make excellent use of Cincinnati locations to dial-up the suspense and the chase proceeds at a breakneck pace. Filmed on a meager budget, the lack of money never shows and any deficits in production values are well compensated for through stunning creativity, spectacular visuals, and a sharply written screenplay. This is one of those films that makes audiences truly appreciate the talent and vision of the motion picture independents.
It’s hard to imagine a worse movie.
Most of the other reviewers have it right, but no one mentioned the inconsistencies. Here’s a list. 1: There is a disk that will be used to set off or turn off an atomic devise and it has to be encrypted before it will work. Apparently any method of encryption will work. It might make more sense if an unencrypted disk was needed. 2: When the main guy is handcuffed behind his back and not tied to anything, he apparently believes he needs to get un-handcuffed before he can make his break. 3: Similarly, when the girl has her hands tied and mouth taped, that seems to be enough to keep her from trying to escape. 4: The nuclear bomb is blown up with a smaller bomb to disable it, but no one seems to worry about radiation and there is none reported 5: The bad guy wants to blow up a large Colosseum with gobs of people in it so that he can sell the plans for making the device to other terrorists. Are plans what is needed for any terrorist to make a nuclear device? Wouldn’t detonating almost anywhere be as good for advertising purposes? 6: When our hero tries to get the water out of the lungs of the lady after going under water, his first attempt seems to be to exert pressure on her neck, not her chest. 7: When they use a card to break in on a Saturday in a highly regarded information center, there is no one on guard. You just need the entry card. Meanwhile the bad guys find a way in without a card. It’s never shown how. These were just the things that jumped out at me during the playing. I’m sure that if I were to see it again (not a chance) and looked for the problems, I could double or triple the list. So, if someone ties your hands behind your back and puts tape on your mouth and makes you watch this movie, just walk away.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director John Will Clay, Turner Clay
Writer John Will Clay, Turner Clay
Actors John Will Clay, Ashley Morgan, Bret Hopkins
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A