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Bad Apple (2004)

PG-13 | | Comedy | TV Movie 16 February 2004
An undercover FBI agent tries to infiltrate a gang of goodfellas and falls in love with his informant's sister. Black humor and a cool attitude make the routine story fun.

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Cast

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Tozzi
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Gibbons
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Lorraine Gibbons
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Colonel Tom Ryanmy 'Bells' Bellavita
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Gina
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Freshy
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Butters
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Stanley (as Anthony Ribustello)
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Ivers
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Buddha Stanzione
Vlasta Vrana ...
Fleisig
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Katapoulos
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Tuckman's Guard
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Videographer
Rosey Edeh ...
Tuckman's Make-Up Woman
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Storyline

Two FBI agents, Mike Tozzi and Cuthbert Gibbons, try to bring down a loan-sharking business run by the mob. Things become increasingly intense after a series of crosses and double-crosses leave both agents at the mercy of their targets. But that doesn't prevent the sexual tension from heating up, as one of the agents gets tangled up with his informant's sister. Written by www.tnt.tv

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Once you're inside, there's no turning back.

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Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for language, sexuality and violence | See all certifications »
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16 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Buddha nyomában  »

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Quotes

Mike: Do you have something I can munch on?
Gina: You have a sick mind.
Mike: I'm talking about food!
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a well done film
8 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie was awesome. The cast was well selected and they performed beautifully. The film had a nice blend of humor, action and drama that made the experience well worth it. I thought Robert Patrick and Chris Noth were very convincing in their respected lead roles. Colm Meaney and Mercedes Ruehl playing the married couple caught in a very stressful yet funny situation complimented the main plot very well. Elliott Gould can play a kingpin like second nature and the addition of Jim Gaffigan as the annoying tech-man was icing on the cake. The soundtrack, story line and the overall performance of the cast made the movie enjoyable to watch. Cudos to TNT and all who worked on it. Give this one the emmy nod. I'll be sure to buy it ASAP!


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