Davian

Davian

[′dä·vē·ən]
(geology)
A subdivision of the Upper Cretaceous in Europe; a limestone formation with abundant hydrocorals, bryozoans, and mollusks in Denmark; marine limestone and nonmarine rocks in southeastern France; and continental formations in the Davian of Spain and Portugal.
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Top IMF agent Ethan Hunt is sent to capture sadistic arms dealer Owen Davian, who is looking to profit from the toxic weapon known as the Rabbit's Foot.
I feel good, ready to race,' said Cray as he wound up his training on Saturday with coach Davian Clarke, the Jamaican three-time Olympian, at the Olympic warmup oval about 40 minutes by bus from Maracana.
The agency asks Hunt to save an operative after weapons dealer Owen Davian kidnaps her.
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Once the job is done, Davian promises to get even with his new enemy - before slipping out of Hunt's hands.
But he is called back into action to confront the toughest villain he's ever faced--Owen Davian, an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience.
I found this action flick decent enough, with Tom Cruise being himself while Phillip Seymour Hoffman steals the show as villain Owen Davian.
Owen Davian is a good villain, but this year's best actor Oscar-winner Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote) gets surprisingly little to do compared with Tom's Ego.
agents ( surveillance expert Luther Strickell (Rhames), transportation guru Declan (Meyers) and beautiful yet deadly Zhen (Maggie Q) ( to save Lindsey from international weapons trader Owen Davian (Hoffman).
But he is brought back to active duty when he discovers that one of his trainee agents is being held by Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman), a sick and very dangerous arms dealer.