The President's Man: A Line in the Sand | 2001
By day, Joshua McCord is a Dallas University professor. By night, he is the president's man -- a highly classified secret agent who goes on special missions for the president. Joshua relies on his right-hand man, Deke Slater, and his computer and technical genius daughter, Que, to go on highly confidential missions. The president's man is called into action by the president of the United States to stop terrorists from detonating a nuclear bomb and destroying a major U.S. city.
A team of terrorists stages a hi-tech break-in at a museum, dropping wires from the roof to the floor of the great hall. They are after three statues among the many on display. The targeted statues contain the components to construct a nuclear bomb. When the terrorist group makes it demands, the military unsuccessfully attempts to kidnap the organization's well-protected leader for leverage. Desperate, the government calls upon Joshua, who is now faced with his most challenging mission -- trying to locate a bomb set to explode somewhere in the U.S. To complicate matters, tensions rise when Que realizes that she has feelings for Deke but won't acknowledge them.