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Lisa Dean Ryan,
Soleil Moon Frye
The Los Angeles coroner's office is full of outlandish types including head doctor Neil Bernstein who cooks amongst the corpses. Prankster Claudia, psychic Martha, and flaky photog Dudley are fellow employees.
Seasoned ex-criminal is drawn into counterfeit money deal that turns into shooting spree. During the incident, undercover cop was killed and his sister is determined to find the killers.Written by
Dragan Antulov <email@example.com>
Hilary Swank's name on the box caught my attention at Blockbuster, and she is the main reason to view this one. It is a routine low-budget crime movie with various bad guys and cops chasing suitcases of real and counterfeit money, with Hilary as the wild card. And, gee, do you think one of the cops might be dirty? The screenplay is neither good nor bad, the characters are almost credible, and the sex/language/violence are mild for the genre. Hilary gets a lot more screen time than her billing suggests, and, yes, she can play a woman as well as a boy. She won't be ashamed of this one when she's famous.
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