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Déjà Vu

"If you thought it was just a trick of the mind, prepare yourself for the truth."

PG-13 2006-11-22 Action 2hr 6m

Called in to recover evidence in the aftermath of a horrific explosion on a New Orleans ferry, Federal agent Doug Carlin gets pulled away from the scene and taken to a top-secret government lab that uses a time-shifting surveillance device to help prevent crime.

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Storyline

Called in to recover evidence in the aftermath of a horrific explosion on a New Orleans ferry, Federal agent Doug Carlin gets pulled away from the scene and taken to a top-secret government lab that uses a time-shifting surveillance device to help prevent crime.

  • Released
    2006-11-22
  • Revenue
    $180,557,550
  • Budget
    $75,000,000
  • Runtime
    2hr 6m
  • Genre
    Action, Thriller, Science Fiction
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    7.1
  • Production
    Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Scott Free Productions

Crew

Tony Scott
Director
Terry Rossio
Screenplay

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Cast

Paula Patton

Paula Patton

Claire Kuchever
Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer

Agent Pryzwarra
Jim Caviezel

Jim Caviezel

Carroll Oerstadt
Bruce Greenwood

Bruce Greenwood

Jack McCready
Rich Hutchman

Rich Hutchman

Agent Stalhuth
Brian Howe

Brian Howe

Medical Examiner
Enrique Castillo

Enrique Castillo

Claire's Father
Mark Phinney

Mark Phinney

Agent Donnelly
Shondrella Avery

Shondrella Avery

Kathy - Secretary
John McConnell

John McConnell

Sheriff Reed / Police Chief at Disaster
Dane Rhodes

Dane Rhodes

Ferry Captain
Clay Steakley

Clay Steakley

Ferry Worker
Lorry Houston

Lorry Houston

Cop at Disaster
Polly Craig

Polly Craig

Elderly Woman at Disaster
Ted Manson

Ted Manson

Crying Man at Disaster
Yvonne Landry

Yvonne Landry

Shellshocked Woman
Brian F. Durkin

Brian F. Durkin

National Guard Officer
Scott Alan Smith

Scott Alan Smith

Trauma Doctor
Nadia Shazana

Nadia Shazana

Trauma Nurse
Lew Temple

Lew Temple

Paramedic
Bart Hansard

Bart Hansard

Ed Elkins
Scott Klace

Scott Klace

Police Lieutenant #1
David Pease

David Pease

Port Authority
Andy Umberger

Andy Umberger

NTSB Investigator
Patt Noday

Patt Noday

News Reporter
Randy Austin

Randy Austin

Harbor Cop
J.W. Williams

J.W. Williams

Harbor Cop
Rio Hackford

Rio Hackford

Beth's Boyfriend
Gary Grubbs

Gary Grubbs

Police Lieutenant #2
Frank Duffy

Frank Duffy

Agent #3
Bill Ladd

Bill Ladd

Coast Guardsman
Lara Grice

Lara Grice

Reporter
Carol Sutton

Carol Sutton

Eyewitness / Survivor
Julia Lashae

Julia Lashae

Eyewitness / Survivor
Chris Rose

Chris Rose

Coroner at Disaster
Margaret Lawhon

Margaret Lawhon

Channel 8 Reporter
Roy McCrerey

Roy McCrerey

National Guardsman at Disaster
David Jensen

David Jensen

Ferry Official
Jerry Rudden

Jerry Rudden

Fire Chief Rudden
John Johnson

John Johnson

Fire Chief
Ronald Mason

Ronald Mason

EMT Paramedic
James Huang

James Huang

ATF Agent
Jennifer Weston

Jennifer Weston

M.D. / Technical Advisor
Angela Daun

Angela Daun

Ambulance Bay Nurse
Gregg Kawecki

Gregg Kawecki

Hospital Security Guard
Ann Turkel

Ann Turkel

Technician
Christopher Scholl

Christopher Scholl

Newspaper Reporter
Charmaine Neville

Charmaine Neville

Singer at Funeral
Bruce Barnes

Bruce Barnes

Zydeco Singer at Funeral
Nolan North

Nolan North

Voice of Ex-Fiance (voice)

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Reviews for Déjà Vu
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A Review by Wuchak 7

Written by Wuchak on 2019-05-06

***Denzel Washington tries to deter a terrorist attack upon looking back in time*** After a terrorist explosion of a ferry in New Orleans... read more

***Denzel Washington tries to deter a terrorist attack upon looking back in time*** After a terrorist explosion of a ferry in New Orleans, an ATF agent (Denzel Washington) joins an experimental FBI surveillance unit that uses space-folding technology to find the culprit and maybe even avert the disaster. While looking in the past he starts to fall for a notable victim of the tragedy (Paula Patton). Val Kilmer plays the head FBI agent and Jim Caviezel the antagonist. Adam Goldberg is on hand as a tech geek. While watching "Deja Vu" (2006) I couldn’t help thinking of “Enemy of the State” (1998) because of the kinetic editing and advanced surveillance technology. Turns out they were made by the same director, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott’s brother, who unfortunately jumped off a bridge in Los Angeles in 2012, ending his life at 68 years-old. (Ridley claimed it was due to his secret struggles with cancer while others say it was due to two antidepressants known to cause suicidal thoughts or paranoid ideation). “Deja Vu” is good, especially the compelling last act. Although it may not be as great as “Enemy of the State,” the filmmaking expertise is off the charts, particularly in regards to the depictions of surveillance technology. It’s mind-boggling to think of the effort that was put into making everything gel and dynamically move along without confusing the viewer. However, it admittedly does get a little convoluted in the second act with the experimental observation equipment, which culminates with a thrilling-but-highly-unbelievable past/present car-chase sequence. Another problem, a minor one, is the revelation of the terrorist, which brings to mind someone like the infamous Timothy McVeigh. Never mind that 99% of the terrorist attacks the world over are by radical Islamists (e.g. 9/11, Orlando, San Bernardino, Chattanooga, Fort Hood, Boston Marathon, Paris, Nice, etc.). Shh, don’t tell anyone. The film runs 2 hours, 6 minutes and was shot in New Orleans. GRADE: B

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A Review by JPV852 7

Written by JPV852 on 2020-12-26

Pacing could've been better but still an effective sci-fi thriller thanks to Denzel Washington's charisma carrying over the finish line. Eve... read more

Pacing could've been better but still an effective sci-fi thriller thanks to Denzel Washington's charisma carrying over the finish line. Even though this was my third viewing, first time in at least a decade, my feelings and rating remains the same. **3.5/5**

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A Review by Wuchak

***Denzel Washington tries to deter a terrorist attack upon looking back in time*** After a terrorist explosion of a ferry in New Orleans, an ATF agent (Denzel Washington) joins an experimental FBI surveillance unit that uses space-foldi...

reviewer avatar

A Review by Wuchak 7

Written by Wuchak on 2019-05-06

***Denzel Washington tries to deter a terrorist attack upon looking back in time*** After a terrorist explosion of a ferry in New Orleans, an ATF agent (Denzel Washington) joins an experimental FBI...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by JPV852 7

Written by JPV852 on 2020-12-26

Pacing could've been better but still an effective sci-fi thriller thanks to Denzel Washington's charisma carrying over the finish line. Even though this was my third viewing, first time in at least a...

read more