88 Minutes

Plot hole: This could be a "suspension of disbelief" issue, but at the climax of the movie when the murderer's accomplice gets shot, Jack has to grab the rope to save the dangling Dean. Objects (including people) fall at 32 feet/second, and speed up after that. That's roughly 10 yards/second, which is the speed of a world class sprinter. Jack was a speedy fellow to get to that rope, especially with street shoes, no starting blocks, and a slippery surface to boot (not to mention his age).

Continuity mistake: When leaving the building, Jack Gramm's Porsche has rims with 18 spokes; when arriving, the car has different rims with only 5 spokes. (00:21:20 - 00:22:25)

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Dr. Jack Gramm: I don't have time to explain this.

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