A cool but immature spy agent finds himself reliving the same day over and over again of trying to stop the terrorist from assassinated the Prime Minister after he was giving a special phone by a mysterious scientist.
After Simon kill Clement finally, he received a call from Wallace who told him that the mission is successful and the time loop is officially over. Simon kiss Roxanne passionately. At the spy agency, Henry is being handcuffed and he is confront by a newly promoted Stan who kick him in a ball and Wallace walk over to Henry and tell him that he’s now the new head of the agency and says “Goodbye, Hank” and Wallace laugh at him as Henry is dragged away. Stan ask Wallace “You’re not giving me a phone that put me in a time loop?” and the film cut to black
Inspiration: Groundhog Day, Mission: Impossible films and most of Edgar Wright’s films
Simon Packer- A cool but immature spy agent with a special phone that force him to reliving the same day over and over again until he’s succeed the mission.
Reliving same day over and over again cause Simon to developed “I don’t give a shit” personality and want to get the mission done
Roxanne Haynes- A secretary for Henry Sowell and Simon’s love interest who is more experienced agent than Simon but her boss demoted her to desk job much to her dismay.
She finally got back to the field and help Simon after Simon threatened Henry
Marvin Wallace- A mysterious scientist who developed a special cellphone for Simon and he was the one who created a time loop machine in Simon’s phone. He handpicked Simon due to his immature personality and want to push Simon’s limit.
He become the chief of Spy Agency after Henry was arrested for his association with Clement and being an abusive boss
Elena Dahan- A spy agent whom Henry favored over Roxanne and she was partnered with Simon. They don’t know that Elena is working with Clement and she was tasked of killing Simon to stop him from prevent the assassination.
Simon become very tired of her trying to kill him that he’s straight up shoot her in the head and force Henry to have Roxanne partnered with him instead.
Stan Cooper- Simon’s best friend and analyst for the agency who wanted to be a spy but Henry constantly refused to promoted him as he’s too skinny to be spy agent and he was harassed by Henry.
He finally got back at Henry for holding him back and finally got the promotion of spy agent.
Tom Staker- A skinny British henchmen of Clement who is avid gamer and he’s constantly having arguments with his brother about Video Game Movies.
Zack Staker- A chubby British henchman of Clement who is a movie buff and he believes there will never be a good Video Game Movie.
Joe Merchant- The Prime Minister of United Kingdom and the target whom Simon must protect from Clement and his goon
Roy Sowell- Henry’s younger brother who is much kinder than Henry and Roxanne’s mentor who help her of becoming a spy before he was killed by Clement.
Nathan Knight- A cool and more experienced spy agent who is Simon’s rival as Simon despised him for taking all exciting missions while Simon get all boring missions. Before he can stop Clement, he was killed by Elena who backstabbed him.
Henry Sowell- The British head of spy agency who is a jerkass guy who harassed Stan and Roxanne a lot and he’s pretty much the bully of the spy agency.
After got tired of his shit, Simon gut-punch Henry and threaten him if he doesn’t promote Stan as a spy agent and giving Roxanne her old job back. He was arrested after he wa helping Clement and is responsible for the death of Roy Sowell as he was jealous of him
Clement Hannett- The infamous and crazed terrorist and main antagonist who is planning of assassinate Prime Minister.
He was killed by Simon after getting tired of his monologue and tell him “I don’t give a shit about it”
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