Enemy of the State

Enemy of the State

Director: Tony Scott Cast: Will Smith, Gene Hackman, Jon Voight
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Enemy of the State

The action producing-directing team of Jerry Bruckheimer and Tony Scott is back with another thrill-a-minute ride called Enemy of the State. Taking its "innocent man accidentally caught up in political corruption" story from such films as Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much, and Sydney Pollack's Three Days of the Condor, they turn up the high-tech volume in an attempt to create the ultimate action film. Robert Clayton Dean, played by Will Smith, is a devoted father, husband, and attorney shopping for a sexy gift for his wife. What he doesn't know is that he was given a videotape from a friend (Jason Lee) regarding the recent murder of a U.S. senator led by corrupt National Security Agency official Thomas Reynolds (Jon Voight). Now Reynolds is after Dean to cover his tracks or, as the audience soon finds out, frame Dean for Rachel's murder. Since Dean isn't up on his high-tech gadgetry, he needs the aid of ex-intelligence operative Brill (Gene Hackman). Between the explosions and chases is the subtext of George Orwell's 1984 mantra "beware of big brother," as Dean realizes that in the modern world, there is no such thing as total privacy.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/21/2006
UPC: 0786936724936
Original Release: 1998
Rating: R
Source: Touchstone / Disney
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:12:00
Sales rank: 10,635

Special Features

Feature film; Deleted scenes; "The Making of Enemy of the State"; All Access: "The Showdown"; Theatrical trailer; Movie Showcase; Instant access to select movie; Scenes that showcase the ultimate in high definition picture and sound

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Will Smith Robert Clayton Dean
Gene Hackman Brill
Jon Voight Reynolds
Lisa Bonet Rachel Banks
Regina King Carla Dean
Jason Robards Congressman (uncredited)
Stuart Wilson Congressman Albert
Tom Sizemore Pintero (uncredited)
Loren Dean Hicks
Barry Pepper Pratt
Ian Hart Bingham
Jake Busey Krug
Scott Caan Jones
Jason Lee Zavitz
Gabriel Byrne Brill's Connection
James LeGros Jerry Miller
Ivana Milicevic Sales Girl
Seth Green Selby (uncredited)
Jamie Kennedy Jamie
Jack Black Fiedler
Lillo Brancato Young worker

Technical Credits
Tony Scott Director
Pete Antico Stunts
Artist Robinson Asst. Director
Jerry Bruckheimer Producer
David Marconi Screenwriter
Jennifer A. Davis Art Director
Andrew Z. Davis Executive Producer
Benjamin Fernandez Production Designer
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Bill Kaplan Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Kelly Set Decoration/Design
Chris Lebenzon Editor
Dan Mindel Cinematographer
James Murakami Art Director
Chad Oman Executive Producer
Trevor Rabin Score Composer
Pat Sandston Associate Producer
James W. Skotchdopole Executive Producer
Marlene Stewart Costumes/Costume Designer
Victoria Thomas Casting

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Enemy of the State 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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ENEMY OF THE STATE, is one of those movies that have: CHARACTER, STRUCTURE, DEVELOPMENT, with lots of PLOTTING AND PACING. This is a excellent, wonderful, exciting movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Literally, in the modern world, there is no such thing as privacy when somebody like the NSA, The CIA or the FBI (or Bush) decides you don't deserve it. Jon Voight's character certainly got this across. Devoid of any feeling, the corrupt agent stops at nothing to destroy those that would harm his career, including a Senator and then the devoted family man Will Smith. I thought Tony Scott's approach towards Will Smith's character was reminiscent of Hitchcock in that he made more than just a little boring suburban husband, happilly married with a kid and a lawyer and firmly in the middle class. Instead, he made him more dynamic, a little more complicated, a little darker, and cunning than his presumed role would make us believe. Gene Hackman is predictably good.
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Will Smith has done it again making a thriller movie through the years, this one is the best. Should not be rated R though. Only bad language is used and nothing else. Good movie though.