CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) dies while traveling to a secret location to meet a hacker who can launch missiles at will. Desperate to find his whereabouts, officials turn to an experimental neurosurgeon who can transfer memories from one brain to another. The guinea pig for the procedure is Jerico Stewart (Kevin Costner), a violent and dangerous death-row inmate. Now gifted with Pope's skills and knowledge, Stewart must race against time to stop a sinister international conspiracy.
I liked the movie. I didn't like that Ryan Reynolds died so early. He barely had any lines. I liked the action in it. Who doesn't like a few explosions? I am confused why they would choose a criminal for the project. They just put a dangerous criminal on the street. I do not believe that government would allow that to happen ever. I liked how some of the stuff was true to real life like the facial recognition and the gps tracking. The giving memories to other people sounds like bologna. I don't think anyone could do it. I liked Emma. I liked how she was teaching him piano and being all sweet to him. I really am surprised at the ending of the movie. I expected something different to happen instead of what actually happened. I liked Gal,Ryan,Tommy and Kevin.I think they are all good actors and were good for these roles. I didn't like how they treated him after he met with the doctor for the medicine. They could have just hand cuffed him but they kicked him and cuffed him when he was on the ground. I also didn't like how the doctor just stood by and watched. How rude! I get he was a criminal but he is helping you so you should be nice. Also how was their no one watching the ambulance? Or him?
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