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The Feds: Terror (1993)

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David Griffin
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Jo Moody
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Rainer Bass
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Jurgen Dietermann
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Michael Skinner
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Rose Dell'oro (as Nell Feeney-Connor)
Marcus Eyre ...
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Tina McLean
Zoe Bertram ...
Sarah Griffin
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Brett Griffin (as Ben Keatch)
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Hans Holder
Erica Peril ...
Karen Siddeley
Paul Caesar ...
Eric King
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Stanley Hickock
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Milton Morehouse
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Slightly over the top, but clever.
8 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

As the first commentator said, this movie is basically an extension of as cop show. Having said that, it has sufficient variety to make it interesting. The utter ruthlessness of the terrorist, the very sexy girl-terrorist, the clever smuggling of the bomb, the way the terrorists are taken in by the video clip, the German detective who tries to "get inside the head" of the terrorist: all of these are good sub-plots, and putting them together they make for a "better than average" story. The script, the two romances, and the acting are all slightly overdone, which spoils a little what is ultimately quite a reasonable movie. I do disagree with the first commentator; I think that this is in fact one of the better "The Feds" episodes.


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