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Spartan

U.S. government agent Scott is assigned to rescue the daughter of a high-ranking government official. As willing as he is to bend the rules to get things done, though, Scott is shocked to find that others are willing to go even further to protect a political career.

Details

-- Box Office --
Released: Mar 12th, 2004
Budget: $19,250,000.00
Revenue: $8,112,712.00
-- General Information --
Rating: R
Runtime: 102 Minutes
Genres: Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
-- Ratings --
IMDB: N/A
Rotten Tomatoes: N/A
Metascore N/A

Spartan Main Cast

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Tia Texada
Tia Texada
plays Jackie Black
Derek Luke
Derek Luke
plays Curtis
Val Kilmer
Val Kilmer
plays Scott
Jeremie Campbell
Jeremie Campbell
plays Cadre Candidate
Bob Jennings (II)
Bob Jennings (II)
plays Grace's Aide
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • David Mamet incorporated a number of real life experiences from various U.S. special forces members for the production, including Eric L. Haney who had served in highly classified operations during his 20-year military career. Haney's experience included front-line combat units as a combat infantryman, as an Army Ranger, and as a founding operator within the elite Delta Force under Colonel Charlie Beckwith. These experiences helped Haney effectively serve as a technical advisor, weapons expert, and actor's mentor to Val Kilmer, ensuring that Kilmer reflected an accurate depiction of a special forces operative in every capacity. Haney retired as a highly decorated Sergeant Major, and his documented experience also includes security surveys, metro SWAT team arms training, oil company guard force management, executive protection, and the recovery of American children kidnapped and taken overseas.
  • Movie Goof (audio/visual unsynchronized): After Scott leaves the convenience store with the shotgun, he approaches the convicts and racks the shotgun, but there's no sound. Then he racks it again and the sound is there.
  • Movie Goof (continuity error): During the staged robbery shootings, the guy dressed as a cop drops the fuel nozzle on the ground. After he has been "shot" and Agent Scott has searched his person, Scott gets into the vehicle next to the gas pump, but the fuel nozzle is no longer on the ground.
  • Movie Goof (continuity error): During the staged robbery, after Scott shot the death-row convict with a shotgun, we see him reloading his shotgun while talking to the target lead. There is no sound of the reloading. Then when we see Scott in frame, he reloads the shotgun again, this time with the sound of reloading.
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