Ellie DeWitt and Janis Zuckermann are admitted to the very strict FBI Training Academy. They get a hard course in which they learn to deal with guns and recognize crimes. They also get physical training. Ellie is a real fighting machine in contrast with Janis, the great student. They must help each other, because only when they pass all the tests will they be allowed to join the FBI.Written by
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When Zuckerman gets her cuffs taken away from her and flipped to the ground, she is cuffed and there is the noise of the cuff closing on her right hand, but the cuff is not closed and can be seen moving as she moves her hands while squirming. See more »
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Performed by Roy Gaines and Barry Goldberg
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The quest to be G women
In a way Feds is something of a historic film. Because back in the day there ain't
no way J. Edgar Hoover would have allowed his men to have been satirized. They
had been used as villains before now someone is poking fun.
Rebecca DeMornay and Mary Gross are a pair of female applicants and they're
told up front they are a pair of affirmative action specials. No one expects them
to last 16 weeks.
Both women complement each other. Gross is an academic wizard who is a
klutz with the physical stuff. DeMornay is a Navy WAVE who is a match for her
male counterparts but lacks the education. They are always looking to impress the brass.
The film is compared to police academy movies, but it is hardly as outrageous
as that series. No outlandish or colorful characters are spawned from this movie as in Police Academy.
Still though it has lots of laughs and good entertainment value.
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