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In the Line of Duty: Hunt for Justice (1995)

Not Rated | | Crime, Thriller, Drama | TV Movie 1 October 1995
When a state trooper is gunned down on a New Jersey highway, his friend and colleague sets out to track down the killers. Realizing the murder is connected to an extensive underground ... See full summary »

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Agent Gabriel Valentino
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Mike Garret
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Philip Lamonaco
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Carol Manning
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Jaan Laaman
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Levasseur
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Dickie Williams
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Jimmy
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Walter Ellison
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Patty Levasseur
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Barbara Curzi
Liam Kearns ...
Jamie Manning
James A. Williams ...
Gregory Davis
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When a state trooper is gunned down on a New Jersey highway, his friend and colleague sets out to track down the killers. Realizing the murder is connected to an extensive underground terrorist ring, he joins forces with the FBI on a massive five-state hunt.

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Humbled by terror... Torn by violence... The FBI launches a massive search to track an underground cadre of revolutionary terrorists.


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1 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Good entertainment
24 March 2000 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

It's a TV movie,you should expect that there aren't going to be mind-blowing special effects.

And, to be honest, this movie is a bit weird in that the cops are relentlessly hunting "good bad guys." The "terrorists" are a freedom front that wants to destroy the means of production of certain companies for political reasons, but they try to make sure no one gets hurt (which, of course, backfires). So it's hard to "root for" the cops because the movie makes you sympathize with the terrorists and their families: ordinary people in almost every sense.

Arkin and Turturo provide good performances...Stephen Root (also of Newsradio) is very good in a much different role than people are used to seeing him in. Miguel Ferrer is decent.


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