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The Contract (1999)

| Thriller | 1999 (USA)
Anna has a bad week. Her boss is a pain to her, as is the grocery store clerk. Her friend was bad to her, her husband couldn't take his eyes off a waitress, and her babysitter annoyed her. ... See full summary »

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Anne Collins
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Detective Tucci
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Howard Maple
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Jessica Grey
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Detective McGuiness
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Gene Collins
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Captain O'Neil
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Grandma Collins
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Jerry the clerk
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William Goodwin
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Scotty Collins
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The Man in Black
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Dana Turcotte
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Heather Burns
Robert Lavetta ...
Carl the bartender
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Anna has a bad week. Her boss is a pain to her, as is the grocery store clerk. Her friend was bad to her, her husband couldn't take his eyes off a waitress, and her babysitter annoyed her. One night at the local pub, she tells a man about her problems and he says he can solve them if she just signs a paper. The next day, her boss has been brutally murdered. Soon, Anna realizes everybody she knows is in danger, including her family and friends. Written by Calle

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Written and Performed by Chris DiCroce
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what a bore
25 November 2001 | by (Pleasanton, CA) – See all my reviews

This seemed like it would be an edgy thriller but underrated actor fahey is wasted in the this lame action flick. The box is the best part of the film...SERIOUSLY. The made-4blockbuster studio knows how to make great premise but can't get any of their dare I say "plots" to work at all.


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