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Deja Vu (20-Nov-2006)

Director: Tony Scott

Writers: Bill Marsilii; Terry Rossio

Keywords: Thriller, Explosions

Sci-fi thriller follows a federal agent's time-traveling mission and the unexpected romantic complications that result.

ABSTRACT
A terrorist attack targeting a ferry filled with crewmen from the USS Nimitz and their families for Mardi Gras is successful, leading to untold human casualties. Arriving on the scene to help investigate the ordeal is Doug Carlin, an ATF agent soon asked to participate in an experimental time-bending program allowing him to travel back a little over four days with a view to preventing the tragedy from transpiring. Complicating matters is Carlin's desire to further use the technology to prevent the murder of a woman whose truck was used in the bombing, leading to a questionable romantic episode.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Erika Alexander
Actor
19-Nov-1969   Living Single
James Caviezel
Actor
26-Sep-1968   Passion
Matt Craven
Actor
10-Nov-1956   Jacob's Ladder
Elle Fanning
Actor
9-Apr-1998   Actress/sister of Dakota
Adam Goldberg
Actor
25-Oct-1970   Saving Private Ryan
Bruce Greenwood
Actor
12-Aug-1956   Dr. Griffin on St. Elsewhere
Elden Henson
Actor
30-Aug-1977   Idle Hands
Val Kilmer
Actor
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
Paula Patton
Actor
5-Dec-1975   Deja Vu
Ann Turkel
Actor
16-Jul-1946   Golden Rendezvous
Denzel Washington
Actor
28-Dec-1954   Training Day

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