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Sentinel, The (2006)

In 141 years, there's never been a traitor in the Secret Service.... Until Now.

Original Title : The Sentinel
Director : Clark Johnson
Writer : George Nolfi
Gerald Petievich
Genre : Crime
Drama/Thriller
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Bill Carraro , Michael Douglas , Marcy Drogin , Arnon Milchan , George Nolfi
Music : Christophe Beck
Photography : Gabriel Beristain
Distributor : Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for some intense action violence and a scene of sensuality.
IMDB ID : 0443632
Official site : http://www.sentinelthemovie.com/
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Starring

Michael Douglas Pete Garrison
Kiefer Sutherland David Breckinridge
Eva Longoria Jill Marin
Martin Donovan William Montrose
Ritchie Coster The Handler
Kim Basinger 1st Lady Sarah Ballentine
Blair Brown National Security Advisor
David Rasche President Ballentine
Kristin Lehman Cindy Breckinridge
Raynor Scheine Walter Xavier
Chuck Shamata Director Overbrook
Paul Calderon Deputy Director Cortes
Clark Johnson Charlie Merriweather (as Clarque Johnson
Raoul Bhaneja Aziz Hassad
Yanna McIntosh Teddy Vargas
Joshua Peace Agent Davies (as Josh Peace
Simon Reynolds Tom DiPaola
Geza Kovacs Agent Turzanski
Jasmin Geljo Assassin
Danny A. Gonzales Hugo Ortega
Jude Coffey Field Agent Welke
Neil Girvan President Detail Agent
Gloria Reuben Mrs. Merriweather
Scott Gibson Detective
Ron Lea Detective
Mung-Ling Tsui Polygrapher Medina (as Mung Ling Tsui
Stanley Taylor Polygrapher Downing
Noor Naghmi Doorman/Bellhop
Roman Podhora Chaminski
Joachim Johnson High Schooler
Eldridge Hyndman President Detail Agent
Gordon Bolan FLOTUS Agent
Sarah Plommer President Detail Agent
Matt Birman PID Agent
Max McCabe Store Clerk (as Max McCabe-Lokos
Sterling Jarvis Post Agent
Jeff Kassel Post Agent
Richard Hughes Pres. Detail Agent
Stephen Ambrose Man in Tweed Jacket
Conrad Coates Agent Hauser
Rose Avenue Public School Choir Choir Singer
Taborah Johnson FLOTUS Chief of Staff
Gordon Currie Aide
Nick Alachiotis Man
Jung-Yul Kim Longshoreman
Anthony 'Chip' Brienza Undercover Agent
Scott Douglas Sniper Spotter
József Pintér Tracker
Richard Bunting Lab Tech
Yuri Browne Computer Tech
Jim Teunissen Desk Sergeant
Danna Howe Danna
Fred Beckette Chef
Al Vrkljan Counter Sniper (as Allan Vrkljan
Kylanna Lee Waitress
Rosario Rivadeneira Maid
Michael Ahl Secret Service Agent
James E. Ash Secret Service Agent
Timothy E. Brummund Secret Service Agent
Jackie Burroughs Mrs. Miller
Robert Randolph Caton Capitol Hill Businessman
Brian Dragonuk Businessman
Richard L. Duma Secret Service Agent
Mariano Gowland SWAT Officer
Eli Harris Secret Service Agent
Jay Hunter Counter Sniper
Kiyano La'vin SWAT Officer
Brian Piaquadio Business Traveler
Daniel Ross Capitol Hill Businessman
Anastasia Summers Businesswoman
Don Whatley Secret Service Agent
Linda E. Williams Businesswoman
Shawn Yancy News Anchor
Vance Branton PID Agent (uncredited
Pamela Fischer Secret Service Agent (uncredited
Coleman Lannum Toronto RCMP Officer (uncredited
Kerry Meushaw Capitol Hill Businessman (uncredited
Deborah S. Smith Tourist (uncredited
 

Plot

Special Agent Pete Garrison is convinced that a Neo-Nazi Aryan Disciple has managed to infiltrate the White House. When a White House Agent is murdered, Garrison is framed and blackmailed over an affair with the First Lady Sarah Ballentine. He is relieved of his duties, but Garrison won't stop in trying to prove his innocence, and save the life of the President. While attempting to uncover the person behind it all, he comes into confrontation with his protege, Agent Breckinridge. After a respected secret service agent Pete Garrison (Douglas) is black mailed for having an affair with the first lady (bassinger) he is then framed for treason against the president (rache), not wanting to reveal the affair he goes on the run from the secret service to try to clear his name but is constantly being tracked down by his ex best friend agent David Breckinridge (sutherland).
 

Comments

Exciting and Intelligent... Most of the Time, 25 April 2006 Author: aharmas from United States There was some hesitation from my part about what this movie had to offer. For starters, the casting didn',t seem right. Kiefer Sutherland had already done very well in "24" and the preview didn',t seem to offer anything challenging to him or the audience. Eva Longoria appeared out of place, and the rest didn',t seem very interesting.When the film finally ended, I was not completely displeased for I had seen a decent thriller that could have been much better, had the responsible parties taken a little more care to watch for the narrative gaps and given a little more care to character development. We have seen threats of this type before, and that made the main conflict much more challenging to the writers. As an audience, we don',t want to sit through the same old story again. We want to see something different, be thrilled and entertained.There is nothing wrong with the casting. From Kim Basinger',s delicious first lady. She carries herself with enough grace and sex appeal to make the part memorable. Michael Douglas has been and done that before. Unfortunately, the president is much of a non entity to even care about his fate. Sutherland rehashes his "24" tough guy approach with enough power to make it big enough for the big screen, and Eva does a passable job, as the newcomer.Don',t expect as many twists and fireworks as some of the established classics ("North by Northwest" and "The Fugitive" come to mind). Leave your expectations outside and enjoy the ride for whatever it might be. It',s o.k.
 
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