Directed by Stuart Baird, who had gone from editing films such as Tommy (1975), The Omen (1976) and Lethal Weapon (1987)) to making his directorial debut with Executive Decision (1995)). This is a sequel to The Fugitive (1993), now focusing on Tommy Lee Jones' character. It should have been a good action film, but it's plot is a stones throw away from copying the plot of The Fugitive. It begins when tow truck driver Mark Warren (Wesley Snipes) is arrested after a traffic collision in Chicago, and a weapon is found in his truck, and the weapon was used in a recent murder. He's revealed to be fugitive Mark Warren, who is wanted in New York. While in transit on a plane with Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard (Jones) on board, a mutiny happens on board, and the plane crashes. Warren escapes, and Gerard goes on the hunt for him, and he's teamed up with Special Agent John Royce (Robert Downey, Jr.) to find Warren, but along the way, Gerard discovers evidence that Warren isn't all he seems and he knows more than he's letting on. It goes from a carbon copy of the first film to an espionage thriller with double and triple crossing and double identities. It's a well made film, but maybe it shouldn't have been marketed as a sequel to The Fugitive. Baird only directed one more film after this, Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), before he returned to editing.