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Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) is a rising star at a global tech company run by Nicolas Wyatt (Gary Oldman) . An innocent mistake proves costly to Adam when Wyatt forces him to become a corporate spy to obtain trade secrets from a rival company run by Jock Goddard (Harrison Ford), Wyatt's former partner. At first, Adam finds that the assignment is like a clever game -- but when he wants to get out of the situation, he learns that each tech titan will go to shocking lengths to protect his secrets.
  • Genres: Drama, Thriller
  • Running Time: 106 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, August 16, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Language, Some Sexuality, Violence ]
  • Starring: Liam Hemsworth [Adam Cassidy], Harrison Ford [Jock Goddard], Gary Oldman [Nicolas Wyatt], Amber Heard [Emma Jennings], Lucas Till [Kevin], Embeth Davidtz [Judith Bolton], Julian McMahon [Miles Meachum], Josh Holloway [Agent Gamble], Richard Dreyfuss [Frank Cassidy]
  • Directed by: Robert Luketic [Director], Jason Hall [Screenwriter], Barry Levy [Screenwriter], Alexandra Milchan [Producer], Scott Lambert [Producer], William Johnson [Producer], Deepak Nayar [Producer], Stuart Ford [Executive Producer], Sam Englebardt [Executive Producer], Sidonie Dumas [Executive Producer], Christophe Riandee [Executive Producer], Allen Liu [Executive Producer], William S. Beasley [Executive Producer], David Greathouse [Executive Producer], Douglas Urbanski [Executive Producer], Ryan Kavanaugh [Executive Producer], Tucker Tooley [Executive Producer], David Tattersall [Cinematographer], Luca Mosca [Costume Designer], David Brisbin [Production Design], Missy Stewart [Production Design], Dany Cooper [Film Editor], Tracy Adams [Film Editor], Junkie XL [Original Music], Scott Anderson [Art Director], Nancy Nye [Set Decoration], Diane Heery [Casting], Jason Loftus [Casting]
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