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Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Pretty typical thriller; predictable ending.
Amy Hendriks over 6 years ago
It became interesting in the second half of the movie.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Mobina Parvaneh over 2 years ago
João Santos 4 years ago
Anastasia Loule almost 5 years ago
Jodi Lalock Witzig almost 5 years ago
Marlene 5 years ago
Becky over 5 years ago
Sinead Shahrzad over 5 years ago
Amna A 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 6 years ago
Matteo Satta over 6 years ago
Andy Whitfield almost 7 years ago
Nick of Time, starring Johnny Depp, Christopher Walken, Charles S. Dutton and Courtney Chase, is a 1995 thriller movie. It was directed by John Badham. The film is rated R for "Violence and Language" by the MPAA. It is noteworthy for taking place in real time. The film opens with Gene Watson (Depp), a mild-mannered, widowed accountant arriving with his daughter Lynn at a train station in Los Angeles. As Watson makes a payphone call informing an unidentified person that his train was late, two mysterious strangers in suits (Christopher Walken, Roma Maffia), named Smith and Jones, survey the station from a catwalk, discussing a yet-to-be-elaborated scheme. Noticing Watson retaliate against a skater who was harassing his daughter, Smith and Jones set their sights on him and swiftly approach the pair. Showing a badge, the two strangers convince Watson that they are police officers and whisk both father and daughter into a van without justification. Once in the vehicle, Watson begins to...
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