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Killer Instinct: From the Files of Agent Candice DeLong (2003)

Based upon the book and real-life story of FBI profiler Candice DeLong, "Killer Instinct" chronicles DeLong's (Jean Smart) pursuit of a serial killer (Robert Joy) who, after attacking her close friend, chooses her as his next victim.

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Natalie Behrens
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Kit Geary
Jeff Sutton ...
Ryan DeLong
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Joel Payne
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Based upon the book and real-life story of FBI profiler Candice DeLong, "Killer Instinct" chronicles DeLong's (Jean Smart) pursuit of a serial killer (Robert Joy) who, after attacking her close friend, chooses her as his next victim.

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6 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Candice DeLong: profession profiler  »

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Mark Crouse: Pig!
Candice DeLong: That's MISS FEDERAL pig to you!
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A waste of time for the viewer, a waste of money for the producer.
20 September 2008 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This is an utterly unrealistic representation of the FBI (an organization that eventually succeeds, despite itself). The plot events are contrived, the acting is hammy, the dialog is stilted, the characters are wooden. It's about as unrealistic as a film can get without entering the realm of animation. Over-the-hill actors and actresses doing their yeoman best to grab a few dollars for their twilight years. Do the world a favor: buy a copy of the tape (if it ever went to tape) and erase it. Then discard the tape. If you're Catholic, it might serve as remission for some of your more egregious sins. If you delight in crappy FBI-oriented films, take a look at Face/Off with Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. Both Travolta and Cage duck under the table whenever anyone mentions the film--and they're right to do so.


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