The Angels are hired to catch Damien 'Ice Cat' Roth, a millionaire playboy/jewel thief, who also happens to be in love with former Angel Jill Munroe.

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The Angels are hired to catch Damien 'Ice Cat' Roth, a millionaire playboy/jewel thief, who also happens to be in love with former Angel Jill Munroe.

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Per the title, a fallen angel is one who has been exiled or banished from Heaven according to the Christian religion and biblical references. See more »

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Tiffany Welles: Okay, we know who the suspect is.
Kris Munroe: And we know what he's after.
Kelly Garrett: So what's the catch?
Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Roth is the catch, Angels, he's extremely self-contained, practically impregnable. And I have heard that he's impervious to feminine wiles.
Kris Munroe: Hm, that sounds like a challenge.
Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Well, it's certainly not a piece of cake.
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Farrah vs. Bond
21 March 2011 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

Pinch me. Farrah's back, going toe to toe with James Bond. A howlingly rich time as the Angels take on Timothy Dalton (the most under-appreciated 007), a jet-setting jewel thief described as "James Bondian", eight years before he played the part. Farrah is under cover so deep that the Angels don't know about it, and is forced to coldly denounce both Kris and Kelly. To their faces. I was even fooled. Sadly, no Bosley/Farrah confrontation. Watch all three Angels try (and fail) to use their feminine allure on Dalton. The action is gripping, the pacing tight. The climactic rooftop fight between Farrah and Bond is too, too classic.


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