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Family of Cops III: Under Suspicion (1999)

PG-13 | | Drama, Action | TV Movie 12 January 1999
Police Inspector Paul Fein (Bronson) copes with family troubles while also dealing with the possibility of advancement to police chief. Meanwhile, his son (Joe Penny)) is investigating the murder of a banker.

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Kate Fein
Kim Weeks ...
Anne Meyers
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Caroline Chandler
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Jackie Fein (as Nicole DeBoer)
Sean McCann ...
Jim Grkowski
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Fran Smollen
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Jan Filips ...
William Warden
Cynthia Belliveau ...
Melanie Fein
Stephanie McLellan ...
Maya Fein (as Stephanie McClellan)
Heather Gordon ...
Tali Fein
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Vincent Coelle
Diego Chambers ...
Ernesto Gasparro
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Chief inspector Paul Fein and his eldest son inspector Ben Fein investigate the double murder on banker Phillip Chandler, whose family is also in politics, and his wife. Their first suspect, heir Evan Chandler, is found murdered in his car. Paul is likely to succeed the chief of police who is about to retire, but then finds he was involved in a major drug-related corruption web, and when he chief is killed becomes the rage of various accusations; even taken off the case, Paul and Ben keep investigating, forcing a fiscal investigator to collaborate. Junior son Eddie Fein feels guilty for failing to save his partner's life, even if officially cleared, and saves Caroline Chandler's life. Written by KGF Vissers

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Whats happening to your voice and face, Charlie?
13 November 2001 | by (Steinkjer, Norway) – See all my reviews



As an admirer of Bronson and his work, I sat down to watch this third and probably last of the Family Cops-films. Its all where it last ended; the family Fein with their high morale and ethics, is yet again fighting crime in an almost perfect world. The crook-characters are shown as an one-dimentional piece of paper, in other terms quite psychologically unrealistic. As the story develops we begin to see what we all have feared for a long time; Charles Bronson, the action-king, the one and only actor in both political thrillers and spaghetti-western, is beginning to loose his voice, his face, and, as can be seen throughout this movie, his ability to act. He trembles as he talks, trying desperately to gain control, but yet again just sacrificing his voice to the grim destiny of age. To be honest and partially cruel, its rather amusing to watch these verbal accidents where his voice is reaching a peak, which I sincerely doubt is attended (notice the kitchen-scene, when Bronson totally unexpected yells out "Good morning" after a sentimental scene). Funny!!

But dont misunderstand me! My respect for the man and his work is beyond what I myself can understand... Damn the aging-process!!


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