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The Inspectors 2: A Shred of Evidence (2000)

Postal inspectors (Louis Gossett Jr, Jonathan Silverman) investigate a con man (Michael Madsen) who uses the identities of others to falsify credit card purchases. Stealing credit card ... See full summary »

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Frank
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Alex Urbina
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Joe
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Lauren
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Bridges (as Gregory Thirloway)
Claire Riley ...
Catherine
Jane Spence ...
Emily Furston
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Ed Furston
Michael Roberds ...
Irate Man
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Morrison (as Dave Hurtubise)
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Trudy Barron
Howard Siegel ...
Savino (as Howard Siegal)
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Stephen E. Miller ...
Logan's Bartender
Marcia Laskowski ...
Angela Lohr
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Postal inspectors (Louis Gossett Jr, Jonathan Silverman) investigate a con man (Michael Madsen) who uses the identities of others to falsify credit card purchases. Stealing credit card offers from mail boxes, he obtains cards in others' names, makes many purchases until the card is maxed out, but is always careful to pay minimum balances. According to the story, it is possible for individuals such as this to run many credit cards at a time without being caught. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Crime | Mystery

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12 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Falsk identitet  »

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Followed by Identity Crisis (2003) See more »

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Written and Performed by Clinton Shorter
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Enjoyable.
13 October 2007 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

This film is one of the better TV-films I ever saw. The acting is OK, the story is enjoyable and there are some memorable funny and tense scenes. There's nothing award-worthy here but it's certainly different than most made-for-TV-movies. I've always found Louis-Gosset Jr. to be under-appreciated, but it's mostly Jonathan Silverman who surprised me with a solid performance. Michael Madsen is OK, but he's a ghost of his other bad characters like his Mr. White. The story is a pretty basic cops-chase formula: the two inspectors gotta catch a serial killer before he kills again. It's no lethal weapon but it has it's funny moments. It's certainly not a waste of time...so have a look when you have the chance.

6.5/10


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