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The Incorporated (2000)

Alan Freeling, an idealistic inventor, discovers the ultimate energy source. Upon doing so he opens the door to a covert agency that funnels its every resource into destroying Alan's life ... See full summary »

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John Reneaud ...
Alan Freeling
Ed Oldani ...
Agent Burroughs Masterson
Jeff Boerger ...
Agent Robert Skotak
Paige Stapleton ...
Amanda Freeling
Scott D. Brewster ...
Matthew Freeling
Steve Gibbons ...
Sean Foxx / Irven Meadows
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Agent Moriarty Dupuis
Daniel J. Mahoney ...
Agent Thomas Brecker
Jerry Ricardo Salas ...
First Inventor, Ben Bonick
Steven R. Pyykkonen ...
Agent Dan Wiseman
William 'Billy' Ray ...
Agent Scanlon Stanly
Lucien Chocron ...
Agent Jim Bouchard
James C. Chappell ...
Papa Romano's Motorist
Franchie Joy ...
Helpful female motorist
William Coy Armstrong ...
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Alan Freeling, an idealistic inventor, discovers the ultimate energy source. Upon doing so he opens the door to a covert agency that funnels its every resource into destroying Alan's life and hiding this new technology. Their objective is to erase Alan and his family by any means necessary. In a turn of events, Robert Skotak, one of the top officials at the agency, decides that this discovery is too important and he has been part of the cover-up much too long. Skotak pulls Alan from the clutches of certain death. In doing so, he has become a hunted target himself. Exploring the limits of human endurance and the deepest form of betrayal Alan battles to save his family and his life from "The Incorporated." Written by Gerard Dupuis

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9 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Performed by Carol Billadeau
Written by Kevin Henrickson
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An excellent review of an Independent Action-thriller Triumph.
6 February 2001 | by (Hollywood, Calif.) – See all my reviews

This film gave me a sense of how Jerry Bruckheimer started out. "The Incorporated" is a very strong first endeavor. Knowing the extreme difficulties of getting a film off the ground, let alone finishing with polished precision, I applaud Kenneth Guertin. All of the elements of an action-thriller were in place. I look forward to him and his team's future work. Independent film-makers like Kenneth Guertin are the type of artist who develop into the Steven Spielbergs and James Camerons of the "Hollywood Machine". I would like to see more Independent action-based films like "The Incorporated", rather than those we see every year at the festivals striving to be the next Neil LaBute or Woody Allen.


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