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Enemy of the State (1998)


Genre
:
Action | Drama | Thriller
Rating
:
6.8 / 10
Release Date
:
20 November 1998
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 12 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Hotshot Washington lawyer, Robert Dean becomes a victim of high-tech identity theft when a hacker slips an incriminating video into his pocket. Soon, a rogue National Security agent sets out to recover the tape – and destroy Dean.

Cast Overview :

Robert Clayton Dean
by: Will Smith
Edward "Brill" Lyle
by: Gene Hackman
Thomas Brian Reynolds
by: Jon Voight
Rachel Banks
by: Lisa Bonet
Carla Dean
by: Regina King
Congressman Sam Albert
by: Stuart Wilson
Christa Hawkins
by: Laura Cayouette
Loren Hicks
by: Loren Dean
David Pratt
by: Barry Pepper
John Bingham
by: Ian Hart
Krug
by: Jake Busey
Jones
by: Scott Caan
Daniel Leon Zavitz
by: Jason Lee
Fake Brill
by: Gabriel Byrne
Jerry Miller
by: James Le Gros
Shaffer
by: Dan Butler
Fiedler
by: Jack Black
Jamie Williams
by: Jamie Kennedy
Van
by: Bodhi Elfman
Emily Reynolds
by: Anna Gunn
Eric Dean
by: Jascha Washington
Lenny
by: Grant Heslov
Ruby's Sales Clerk
by: Ivana Miličević
Selby (uncredited)
by: Seth Green
Attorney Mark Silverberg (uncredited)
by: Philip Baker Hall
Congressman Phillip Hammersley (uncredited)
by: Jason Robards
Boss Paulie Pintero (uncredited)
by: Tom Sizemore
Attorney Brian Blake (uncredited)
by: Brian Markinson
Himself (uncredited)
by: Larry King
Tunnel Technician
by: Tom Quinn
Field Reporter
by: Brenna McDonough
Dylan
by: Bobby Boriello
Mike - Law Firm
by: Carl Mergenthaler
Jenny
by: Donna W. Scott
Hotel Desk Clerk
by: Allison Sie
Young Worker
by: Lillo Brancato
Older Worker #1
by: John Capodice
Frankie
by: Arthur J. Nascarella
Bartender
by: Frank Medrano
Fireman #2
by: Joseph Patrick Kelly
Tunnel Maintenance Worker
by: Lennox Brown
Mrs. Wu
by: Nancy Yee
Paramedic
by: Christopher Lawrence

Member Reviews :

What was just a movie then is quickly becoming reality now. With the erosion of our rights and privacy online, this movie should have served as a harbinger of a world we do not want to live in. We are introduced to the same arguments politicians, the wealthy and the agencies brought forth after the terror attacks we endured. The exact same rhetoric is used in this film ("if you have nothing to hide..."). At times, it looks like the real world emulates fiction or worse, this film was a blue print. From a protagonist unaware or unwilling to see the state of affairs, who's unwittingly caught in the path of bad guys, to what might then have been a tinfoil hat wearing, paranoid conspiracy theorist, but would now (post Snowden) be a a very concerned citizen, this film has what it needs to tell a good story. What's great too is the ending, which is bittersweet. It reflects pretty well what goes on in the highest spheres where the working class has little to no influence. All in all, a great film for everybody.
  YouShouldKnow
Fast-paced surveillance-oriented action/thriller with Will Smith, Gene Hackman and Jon Voight RELEASED IN 1998 and directed by Tony Scott, "Enemy of the State” is an action/crime/thriller starring Will Smith as a DC lawyer who unknowingly apprehends evidence of a serious crime involving a formidable politician (Jon Voight) and is subsequently targeted by his NSA goons (Jack Black, Seth Green, etc.) and heavies (Scott Caan, Jake Busey, etc.). He ultimately partners with an ex-NSA surveillance curmudgeon (Gene Hackman). The quick-editing is akin to other popular action flicks of the era, like “Armageddon” (1998), but it’s done expertly and there are enough lulls in the relentless action and character-developing moments to prevent it from being overkill. The surveillance element and Hackman bring to mind Coppola’s “The Conversation” (1974), but the story moves way faster, has more thrills and the characters are more interesting. Lisa Bonet (Jason Momoa’s babe) is stunning as the protagonist’s secret connection and former woman-on-the-side while Regina King is capable as the wife. There are several teases of ravishing women on the periphery. This is a gripping, action-packed thriller that has quality characters and is entertaining throughout. The creators took the time & effort to throw in inspired little gems, like “Baby” the friendly orange & white cat (I have a cat just like him). Smith and Hackman have great conflict-habituated but respectful camaraderie. THE MOVIE RUNS 2 hours, 12 minutes and was shot in Baltimore & Phoenix, Maryland; Washington DC; and Southern Cal (L.A., West Hollywood and Pasadena). WRITER: David Marconi. GRADE: A-
  Wuchak