Nick of Time

R · 1995 ‧ Thriller/Suspense ‧ 1h 30m
6.3/10 · IMDb 32% · Rotten Tomatoes
Gene Watson (Johnny Depp) arrives at an L.A. train station with his young daughter, Lynn (Courtney Chase), and is confronted by mysterious Mr. Smith (Christopher Walken) and Ms. Jones (Roma Maffia). They hand him a gun, order him to kill the state...
Release date: November 22, 1995 (USA)
Director: John Badham
Budget: 20.85 million USD
Box office: 8 million USD (United States)

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