This one starts out with bad science: essentially, there is a secret CIA project to produce endless amounts of energy by harnessing the power of a perpetual motion machine. The project is stalled because it is depending on an international group of scientists who just don't seem to have it until the least-educated person in the lab, a machinist played by Keanu Reeves, discovers a breakthrough. After it starts to work, mysterious evil forces decide that it must be destroyed, and so the lab is blown up.
Reeves' character is the type of person who thinks that problems can be solved by punching somebody out, smashing things, and running. That's how we know that he's the dumb guy around there. For some reason, a female scientist (Rachel Weisz) lets him lead her into a series of chase scenes, in which Hollywood writers yet again show that they believe that problems can be solved by means that are stupid, criminal, pointless, and ineffective. I mean, he works for her, so why is she letting him make such crazy decisions?
Morgan Freeman puts in a creditable performance, while keeping a straight face. Beyond that, the movie is notable for some very elaborate special effects - but don't view it for the plot, the characters, or the dialog, most of which is really bad. We're also supposed to believe that the FBI would interfere with a CIA operation. duh.