The Tuxedo

Visible crew/equipment: During the sniper/oil tank fight, while Jackie is hanging under the walkway, and climbing across with his hands, if you look to the right side of the screen, in the shadows, you can see someone perched there. They actually move for a split second and then sit very still. (01:40:08)

torgrimson

Visible crew/equipment: When Chan is being chased by goons at the top of the silo, he hand-climbs back down underneath the walkway. Before he reaches the other side of the walkway, to the far left of the scene a cameraman is seen moving about in the shadows.

Mike Paul Wilson-Barrett

Visible crew/equipment: When Clark Devlin first puts the tuxedo on, he tests it out by doing some acrobatic moves. Even without slow motion, you can see its not the actor but some younger gymnast doing the moves.

jerimiah

Continuity mistake: During the scene when Mr. Devlin is in De L'Air, the bug store, the eyes of the young black woman with whom he is speaking change back and forth from blue-gray to brown. (00:15:18)

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Trivia: The bad guy in this movie was a bottled-water magnate. This was Dreamworks' dig at Vivendi, the French water bottler that also owned Universal Studios, Dreamworks' rival.

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Answer: Banning, head of Banning Corporation, wants to take over the global drinking water supply. He intends to start by poisoning major US reservoirs using genetically modified water strider insects. The striders carry bacteria that will spread from person-to-person.

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Answer: If you're talking about his evil plan with the Banning Corporation, he wants to take over the world's drinking water supply (so that anyone who wants drinking water will have to buy it from Banning). He is trying to contaminate the U.S. drinking water with a deadly bacteria.

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