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Killing the Badge (1999)

R | Action
Andrew Suire and Nicholas Sturghill star in this independent production that's based on a true story about a billionare who hires an assassin to wipe out the crooked cops who wrongfully murdered his son.

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Nicholas Sturghill ...
Johnny Miles / Assassin
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Joe Joiner
Phillip Alexander ...
Bodyguard
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Mrs. Anderson (as Elaine Anthony)
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Jackson Bright (as Richard Aslanian)
Margeaux Baulch ...
High School Girl
Vanessa Blackstone ...
Dancer
Pedro L. Boitel ...
Officer Boitel
Erran Booker ...
Norman
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CIA Agent #3
Joyce Brown ...
Jessica Miles
Dan Bunch ...
Jackson
Shelly Busceme ...
Det. Shinn
Arturo Byrd ...
FBI Director
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Andrew Suire and Nicholas Sturghill star in this independent production that's based on a true story about a billionare who hires an assassin to wipe out the crooked cops who wrongfully murdered his son.

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When the law is wrong and you've been wronged by the law, justice must come from the outside.

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Action

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Rated R for strong violence and language
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Film debut of Chad Brannon. See more »

Quotes

Joe Joiner: Let me finish my sandwich first, then I will face my only fear.
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Oh, dear God...
24 November 2001 | by (Los Angeles,CA) – See all my reviews

Hold on....ok...thought I was gonna hurl again! This feature film, and I am being extremely nice, is very, very, very bad! I beseech thee to only view this as a learning tool on how NOT to make your first movie. I have it on good authority that the budget for this mindless, plotless, thoroughly confusing and meandering show was about $1,000,000. Well, I guess there really are suckers born every minute. Unfortunatley, in this case, they are called investors! Can we have some kind of watchdog group that makes sure money goes to viable, entertaining indie projects? Just food for thought. Nick Sturghill appears to be a wanna-be director who needs to learn some things. First, do you ever see the Coens or Speilberg in their own movies?No! And there's a good reason, Virginia...they can't act. And neither can director Sturghill. There is no grace in having your name plastered over every credit. Sure, Rodriguez did it, but he's talented. Please go back to doing whatever it is that you used to do, Nick. This film is an embarrassment.


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