The Art of War


Our hero is a secret special operative for the United Nations, who gets called in when normal diplomatic channels fail. While the UN is trying to get the Chinese to sign a trade deal, the Chinese ambassador is assassinated on live television, and our hero is framed. Since he technically does not exist, he is left to sort out the problem himself, which leads to plenty of action and intrigue...


117 minutes.
No persons under 16 (Violence) .
Action, Thriller

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See, I *do* have all my fingers!

Credits

Cast
Wesley Snipes, Anne Archer, Maury Chaykin, Marie Matiko, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Michael Biehn, Donald Sutherland, James Hong, Liliana Komorowska
Director
Christian Duguay
ScreenplayWayne Beach, Simon Barry
MusicNormand Corbeil
CinematographyPierre Gill
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
SA distributor Nu Metro
Made in2000
Produced byAmen Ra Films, Canadian Film and Video Production Tax Credit, Filmline International Inc, Franchise Pictures, Imperial Entertainment Group, Morgan Creek Productions, Quebec Film and Television Tax Credit, Warner Bros.

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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

Movies for Africa
Ian Douglas
6
Cape Argus
Taariq Halim
10
The Star
Janine Walker
10
Sunday Times
Barry Ronge
10
eye Weekly
Catharine Tunnacliffe
5
Box Office
Wade Major
5
Rough Cut
J. Rentilly
4
Total Film
Ceri Thomas
5
Film Review
James Cameron-Wilson
5

What the People say

Internet
576 Netizens
10

Average .. 35%

7

Visitor Comments

Ian Douglas: I saw the preview a few weeks ago, but when I had to write the summary above, I realised I could not remember what the film was about. Reading other reviews brought back vague recollections, and then I remembered that it was mostly ''tedious'', with the real baddie relatively easy to identify early on.






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