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Task Force 2001 (2000)

PG-13 | | Action | Video 31 December 2000
A group of teens must rescue an undercover agent and stop a destructive computer game from being released.

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Jessica 'Jessie Parks' Parker
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Andrew (as Pete Jefferson)
Vern Rose ...
Vern Rose
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Catherine
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Gary
Peter Schmidt ...
Jake Maxwell
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Simon Westbourne
Sammy Corvey ...
John Jackson
Sacha Spencer ...
Valerie
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Bill
Twister ...
Rocky
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Mrs. Henderson
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Mr. Henderson
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Mr. Anderson
Matthew Kalani ...
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A group of teens must rescue an undercover agent and stop a destructive computer game from being released.

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Rated PG-13 for brief strong language
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Spy High  »

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Heather Ashley Chase was hired sight unseen with no audition for Taskforce, by the director. He had only heard about her work and talent through friends of his who had seen her in a theatre show the day before. See more »

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Jessie Parks gun (S1E1 drug bust) falls out of the back of her tiny mice mini black dress and lands on the floor, causing her to improvise, pick it up and start waving it around towards the drug dealers. See more »

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Catherine: We'll be an urban legend.
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Flex Armstrong (episodes 4-9) was once upon a time an actual WWF wrestler See more »

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One step up from a home movie.
10 August 2005 | by (Skull Island) – See all my reviews

Very amateurish, slightly dull spy comedy. Tries hard, but the casting is strictly off the street. The writing is schizo. One character goes from being a straight "D" student to a computer nerd in a blink. The scene when they are using Intellivision controllers to play a Macintosh game is a strain on the "Gimme a Break" monitor. Not awful, but not painless either. Even the British villain is from the John Travolta school of acting. Every line is delivered as if he had gas. The Lady in Distress is very pretty until we see her in the flesh. She then gets less and less attractive as the movie wears you down. Catherine, on the other hand, gets prettier as the seconds trip on by. Score: 4 out of 10. Don't bother.


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