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Executive Power (1997)

While protecting the U.S. President, Secret Service agent Nick Sager helps him to dispose of the body of a young girl, who accidentally died during an adulterous encounter. Some time later,... See full summary »

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Nick Seger
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Cyrus Walker
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Elaine Fields - First Lady
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President John Fields
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Susan Marshall
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Detective Penn
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Greg Monroe (as Doug Steindorf)
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Christine Rolands
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Shadow
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Richie
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Debra Skelly (as Wanda DeJesus)
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Linda Tippet
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Victor Kern
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Senator Mitchell
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Mr. Shank
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While protecting the U.S. President, Secret Service agent Nick Sager helps him to dispose of the body of a young girl, who accidentally died during an adulterous encounter. Some time later, a few weeks before the elections, the disillusioned ex-agent is approached by his former partner. The President's former aide, and one of few people who knew about the cover-up, is found dead in mysterious circumstances. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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Rated R for violence, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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19 January 1999 (USA)  »

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El precio del poder  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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grammar nightmare/Sheffer fabulous
25 October 1998 | by See all my reviews

This movie was OK - the typical suspense thriller that you watch on cable. It's not worth going to the theater for, but it's not so bad that you'd be compelled to channel surf in the middle. I must admit the only reason I watched it was to see Craig Sheffer. He was great, as usual.

The thing I found most striking about this film was the volume of common grammatical errors. It was appalling. I will never understand why these types of errors aren't corrected during a screenplay's revision and a film's production.


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