Robert Patrick: It was the same kind of teamwork, a brotherhood, and we were all working for a common goal, so the analogy is right in line. It's funny because we've all become really good friends. I see Jay every morning, we talk, we hang out, we go to our kids' birthday parties together. He's a brother. He's a lifelong friend and this movie is the reason. It's like that with JT [John Travolta], we hang out, go over to JT's house, likewise with Balthazar Getty, Morris Chestnut, Joaquin, we're all a close-knit group. And that doesn't happen in every movie. That's a unique thing.