Collateral: Tom Cruise’s handling of his USP 45, includes one of the best on screen Mozambique drills (2 to the chest & 1 to the head) where he hits two targets in 1.39 seconds from concealment.

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Vincent’s primary weapon of choice in the movie is a Heckler and Koch USP45, as stated by Michael Mann in the commentary. He also uses a Ruger MKII .22LR handgun with integral sound suppressor for the hit in the jazz club.

For the final part of the film, Vincent uses a Smith and Wesson 5906 in 9mm that he takes from a security guard he kills.

Collateral

Info

Budget

Estimated

$ 65.000.000

Props

Director: Michael Mann

  • Runtime 120 min
  • Length 3.289 m
  • Format 35 mm
  • Sound SDDS

Gross

USA

$ 100.000.000

Rating: by milo

Michael Mann

Michael Kenneth Mann (born February 5, 1943) is a film director, screenwriter, and producer. Major films include the period epic The Last of the Mohicans, the drama The Insider, the biopic Ali, and the crime films Heat Collateral and Public Enemies.