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Officer Samantha 'Sam' Edwards
Daniel Matmor ...
Brock Williams
David Ellsworth ...
Pete Andreur
Lori Rockwell ...
Peggy Williams
Mike Toney ...
Lt. Dan Fields
Brock Woods ...
Neal Ashton
Ian Chandler Scott ...
Jamie
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Victor Staboos
Gino Greco ...
Tom Calahan
Sharon Young ...
Linda
Joe Freeman ...
Sgt. Dave Koehler
Steve Karr ...
Pepe
Tony Greco ...
Delivery Boy
David Nicola ...
A.D.
Julie Morris ...
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Samantha Edwards, a Las Vegas policewoman, becomes attracted to Brock Williams, a famous actor she is assigned to protect from a stalker. But when the actor does not return her affections, she proceeds to make his life even more difficult by spying, stalking and harassing him, as well as resorting to just about anything to have him for herself. Written by matt-282

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Be careful how you treat a lady. Especially if she wears a badge.

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23 September 1997 (USA)  »

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As Duas Faces do Poder  »

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if you watch all of this, you deserve a medal
10 November 2003 | by (Pocono Summit, PA) – See all my reviews

Chances are that you could easily find a better way to spend your time and/or money than this debacle. Policewoman Samantha is reassigned from the narcotics squad to the much less exciting Personnel Surveillance Force. Her first new mission is to pacify the routine of a well-known actor, who's gonna be filming in her beat for awhile. With his marriage seemingly on the rocks, the situation between Sam and the actor becomes quite heated. But, when the actor's estranged wife talks reconciliation, Sam turns out to be a sore loser, which I don't think is supposed to be as predictable as it is. Also, throw in there Sam's unpleasant recollection from childhood of her father-figure relationship, although he, too, was a cop, killed in the line of duty. Some of the acting and behavior is very stiff and contrived. Much of the film is botheringly slow-paced. You should be awarded a BADGE OF -NO- FEAR if you view this entire production.


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