Enemy of the State
ENEMY OF THE STATE (15)
D: Tony Scott
Buena Vista/Touchstone/Scott Free (Jerry Bruckheimer)
USA 🇺🇸 1998
W: David Marconi
DP: Dan Mindel
Ed: Chris Lebenzon
Mus: Trevor Rabin & Harry Gregson-Williams
Will Smith (Robert Clayton Dean), Gene Hackman (Edward 'Brill' Lyle), Jon Voight (Thomas Brian Reynolds), Lisa Bonet (Rachel F. Banks), Regina King (Carla Dean), Barry Pepper (David Pratt), Ian Hart (John Bingham)
Throwback to paranoia thrillers of the 1970's with the amount of explosions you pay for with a Jerry Bruckheimer produced action flick.
Will Smith plays an Average Joe lawyer who inadvertently becomes the possessor of an incriminating piece of evidence against a section of the government, making him public enemy no. 1 as the "get into his identity" and put him under constant surveillance.
For a brainless action thriller, this does what it says on the tin, providing enjoyment for it's running time, but you'll be hard pressed to remember anything about it a few weeks later.