Share

Watch It

On DVD: Now | On Blu-ray: TBD

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

Two former government agents square off as they search for the most deadly new weapon on Earth in this white-knuckle thriller. Sever ([[Performer~P267831~Lucy Liu~lucyliu]]) was once a top agent with the Defense Intelligence Agency, but she quit when her son was killed in a bungled raid organized by Gant ([[Performer~P31822~Gregg Henry~gregghenry]]), and has sworn to take vengeance against him and his colleagues. When Sever learns that Gant and his team are in possession of a remarkable new weapon -- a microscopic device injected into the victim's bloodstream which is benign until triggered, then kills immediately without leaving a trace -- she is determined to get her hands on it, whatever the cost. However, Gant has turned rogue, and FBI agent Julio Martin ([[Performer~P63000~Miguel Sandoval~miguelsandoval]]) has been ordered to find him and recover his new weapon. Martin needs the best man he can find for the job, and calls upon Jeremiah Ecks ([[Performer~P3682~Antonio Banderas~antoniobanderas]]), a former FBI tracker, to do the job. Ecks quit the Bureau when his wife was killed, but Martin informs Ecks that his spouse is actually alive and in hiding, and if he can bring in Gant, she will be returned to him. But Ecks has to face the most formidable adversary of his life in Sever, a master of mayhem bent on revenge. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever was the first English-language feature from Thai filmmaker [[Performer~P340347~Wych Kaosayananda~kaos]] (aka [[Performer~P340347~Kaos~kaos]]), whose first feature [[Feature~V275261~Fah~fah]] was a box-office blockbuster in his homeland. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:September 20, 2002

Cast

Antonio Banderas
as Jeremiah Ecks
Lucy Liu
as Sever
Gregg Henry
as Gant/Clark
Ray Park
as Ross
Talisa Soto
as Vinn/Rayne
Miguel Sandoval
as Julio Martin
Terry Chen
as Harry
Roger R. Cross
as Zane
Sandrine Holt
as Agent Bennett
Steve Bacic
as Agent Fleming
Aidan Drummond
as Michael
Josephine Jacob
as Pretty Girl
John De Santis
as Bus Guard #2
David Parker
as Dark Suit #1
Brian Drummond
as VPD Officer (Sc. 116)
Tony Alcantar
as Edgar Moore
Scott Leva
as Lone Sniper
Joel Kramer
as Bus Driver
Ashley Kobayashi
as Mali
Jim Filippone
as DIA Pilot
Eric Breker
as Agent Curtis
Charles Andre
as Agent Addis
John McConnach
as Escort Agent (Sc. 111)
Mike Dopud
as DIA Agent (Sc. 36, 154)
David Palffy
as Sleazy Man

Crew

Kaos
Director
Kaos
Producer
Andrew Stevens
Producer
Elie Samaha
Producer
Alan B. McElroy
Screenwriter
Julio Macat
Cinematographer
Michael Lloyd
Musical Direction/Supervision
Caroline Ross
Editor
Jay Cassidy
Editor
Douglas Higgins
Production Designer
Lawrence Pevec
Art Director
James Holt
Co-producer
Peter M. Lenkov
Co-producer
Greg Frankovich
Associate Producer
Wolfgang Schamburg
Associate Producer
Ernst August Schneider
Associate Producer
Dawn Miller
Associate Producer
Tarak Ben Ammar
Executive Producer
Andrew Stevens
Executive Producer
Tracee Stanley
Executive Producer
Oliver Hengst
Executive Producer
David Birdsall
Set Designer
Timothy Joyce
Set Designer
Magali Guidasci
Costume Designer
Michael Williamson
Sound/Sound Designer
Albert M. Shapiro
First Assistant Director
Michael Wale
Camera Operator
Gary Viola
Camera Operator
Jeff Gerrard
Casting
Carolyn Tapp
Foley Recordist
Julian Andraus
First Assistant Editor
Emily Coutts
Set Medic/First Aid
Tom Felcan
Armorer
Joel Kramer
Additional Cinematography
Joel Kramer
Stunts Coordinator
Thomas Oates
Standby Carpenter
Andrew Block
Second Assistant Sound Editor
Shelly Kennedy
Set Medic/First Aid
Liz Shelton
Graphic Design
Philip Tan
Fights Choreographer
Bruno Huber
Generator Operator
Saubrie Mohamed
Electrician
Debra Derkach
Set Medic/First Aid
Adrian Diepold
Third Assistant Director
Gary Burritt
Negative Cutter
Clayton Bachynsky
Second Assistant Camera
Simon Jori
First Assistant Camera
Jos Oman
Second Assistant Camera
Clint Paglaro
Video Assist
Tim Heller
Electrician
Advertisement