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Marked for Murder (1990)

Two TV station employees, a snooty female production assistant, and an eager gofer are assigned by their boss to locate a mysterious cassette. They quickly find themselves framed for murder and pursued by government agents.

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Emerson
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Justine
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Tyrell
Ken Abraham ...
Corey
Blake Bahner ...
Winfield
Jayne Hamil ...
Mulanney
Mark Richardson ...
Vinnie
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Thug (as Tony Mopar)
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Victoria Nesbitt ...
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Toni Alessandrini ...
Toni
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O'Donnel
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Kilrenney (as Jay Richardson)
Manny Serrano ...
Spider

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Two TV station employees, a snooty female production assistant, and an eager gofer are assigned by their boss to locate a mysterious cassette. They quickly find themselves framed for murder and pursued by government agents.

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Rick Sloane originally conceived the film to be about UFOs being discovered by a teenager, who is then pursued by Government agents. See more »

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Hands down! .... "Wings" worst movie! .......................................
6 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The box cover of this amateurish atrocity proclaims "Wings Hauser is undeniably one of the great movie villains of all time" - Leonard Maltin. Of course I checked Maltin's movie guide expecting to see a review of "Marked For Murder". There was none. This is without question one of the most ridiculous movies out there, and what "Wings Hauser" was thinking must not have moved beyond a paycheck. His top billing is a sham, since he appears only sporadically throughout the film. Renee Estevez and James Mitchum come across like they are in a high school play, and the script seems made up as things went along. Martin Sheen's cameo consists of nothing more than sitting on a park bench. You have been warned. Avoid this as you would a rabid dog. - MERK


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