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Hostage Negotiator (2001)

PG-13 | | Drama, Thriller | TV Movie 22 May 2001
A Former FBI Agent has to conduct the most important negotiation of her life.

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Theresa Foley
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Frank Foley
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Danny McBaine
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Alexander Daniels
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Victor Blake
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Stacey Foley
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Brian Foley
Brad Sihvon ...
Nickey Larson
Brian Jensen ...
Communications Specialist
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Intelligence Officer Tony (as Michael Northey)
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SWAT Team Leader Stark
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Vicki Maslow (as Alex Castillo)
Jon Bak ...
Bank Guard
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Darrell Walker
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Alicia
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Theresa Foley has a successful carreer as an FBI negotiator. After a tough hostage situation in a bank, she is given a commendation and invited to give classes on her skills at Quantico Academy. But her marriage starts to sour as her husband's carreer goes bad. He suspects she's having an affair with former partner Danny. Their relationship develops into a bitter dispute. She might lose her family, her job and even her life. Written by Marcelo Hargreaves

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hostage negotiator | divorce | See All (2) »

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »

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22 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Negociador de rehenes  »

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enjoyable T.V.
22 October 2002 | by (san francisco,california) – See all my reviews

Sometimes t.v. movies are comparable to theatrical releases and that's a good thing.This film is very enjoyable,I found myself totally involved.The acting standard is set high by O'Grady and Bowen,watching these two work together is a pleasure.The pace is crisp and the camera work is very good.Mr. Waxman(director)seems to have a keen eye for composition and pace.Although some of the main performers were weak,the film stayed with me thanks to Michael Bowen and Gail O'Grady.Bowen is a strong,talented actor who seems so natural in any role.O'Grady is always good and here she shines.Enjoyable T.V.


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