In the wake of the tragic events at Waco, Texas where an armed conflict with armed militiamen broke out, agents of the federal government's Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) carry out a ... See full summary »

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A.T.F. Director Maggie Hale
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Agent Robin O'Brien
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Agent Reeve Aquilar
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Asst. A.T.F. Director Ben Walker
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F.B.I. Director Richard Long
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Patrick McKennan
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Carol
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Randy
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Secretary Robert Edwards
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Agent Dinko Bates
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Smitty
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Sam Sinclair
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In the wake of the tragic events at Waco, Texas where an armed conflict with armed militiamen broke out, agents of the federal government's Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) carry out a clandestine mission within another militia operation that is possibly involved in the sales of guns and the murder of an agent. One agent infiltrates the operation against her director's orders. When events start unraveling and an FBI agent threatens to take over the operation and start a military action, the ATF agents have to apply what they learned from Waco to save another blood bath. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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6 September 1999 (USA)  »

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A.T.F: Escuadrón policial  »

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GOMER PYLE WITHOUT THE LAUGH TRACK
20 November 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This made for TV ( and boy is it ever ) movie reminded me of Gomer Pyle but without the canned laughter. Amy Brenneman is Gomer and Kathy Baker is Sargeant Carter. Amy (Gomer) is always screwing up while Sargeant Carter (Baker) always has to scream at her for screwing up.

The "rogue cop who always proves the chief wrong" angle is sooooooo played out. Too much pathos, too little craftiness, too much predictability, too little ingenuity.

pass on this one

Damien


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