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Epicenter (2000)

A detective assigned to transport a dangerous mobster discovers that she has been set-up to fail.

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Agent Amanda Foster (as Traci Elizabeth Lords)
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Nick Constantine
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FBI Agent Moore
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Tanya Semenov
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Dimitri
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Brad
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Grant
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Epicenter concerns brassy, beautiful Amanda Foster, a down-on-her-luck San Francisco F.B.I. Agent who's been assigned to protect a Computer Hacker-turned-State's-Witness, Nick Constantine, from the mob. On the Day of the assignment, the city is rocked by a devastating earthquake, forcing Amanda and Nick to fight their way through the ravaged city streets while being pursued by ruthless assassins and a corrupt F.B.I. Agent. Written by Jason Sledge

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Rated R for violence, language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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Fun Junk
4 September 2004 | by (Tampa, Florida) – See all my reviews

With its largely no-name (to me at least) cast, I expected this to be a drag but it held my attention to the very end. Easily Lords at her least sexy, her plain face & toned-down figure so pronounced here it's a wonder she ever made it in the adult film business. She's not a bad actress though and I gotta hand it to her for playing her character -- a dogged FBI undercover agent trying to break up an espionage ring -- totally straight. I could have done without the subplot with the kid, I just didn't buy it at all. There's not enough of Jeff Fahey here (I would have made him her bf and dropped the kid story altogether) and Gary Daniels only has one fight scene where he gets to show off his kickboxing talents. But the special effects (almost better than those in "Earthquake") and one fabulous chase scene involving a trolley car and a vintage Chrysler convertible down the hilly streets of San Francisco make it worth the rental.


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