If a robot - or an automated algorithm, if you will - were to make a post-9/11 spy movie, it would look very much like Survivor does.
Hmm, that makes me wonder...
*looks up the writer of this film*
Yep, just as I thought, case closed.
Anyways I can't say I'm surprised. I don't know if I'm alone here, but all of the spy thrillers of today just seem to kind of start blurring together. Last one that I saw that I saw and thought was original and didn't start with "Bourne" was Salt.
Edit: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy was also great, but it was quite unconventional.
I'll admit I'm not a movie critic or an expert on James Bond, but giving Brosnan the blame for what happened with James Bond seems unfair. It isn't his fault that a bunch of crappy scripts were dumped on him, and Golden Eye was awesome.
As for this movie...well, sounds like I'll be skipping it obviously.
I've got to chime in with everyone asking about all the Brosnan hate. There's only so much he can do with those scripts and Denise Richards.
As for the movie itself I saw a commercial the other day and I thought oh cool that might be an interesting movie to see in theaters, oh... It's Video On Demand... Never mind.