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Fearless (2004)

| Action, Drama | TV Movie
A girl without the gene for fear becomes an FBI agent.

Director:

Blair Hayes

Writers:

Jenna Bans (staff writer), Jeremy Carver | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Rachael Leigh Cook ... Gaia Moore
Bianca Lawson ... Harmony Kaye
Eric Balfour ... Ryan
Erich Anderson ... Gaia's godfather
Ian Somerhalder ... Jordan Gracie
Judith Hoag ... Gaia's godmother
Gregory Itzin
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Leo Fitzpatrick
Jonathan Higbee Jonathan Higbee ... Go-Go Dancer 3
Ashley Newell Ashley Newell ... Go-Go Dancer 2
Brad Newman ... Goon
Topie Doan Nguyen Topie Doan Nguyen ... Go-Go Dancer 1
Lauren Patten ... Young Gaia
Graham Shiels ... Shankman's Driver
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Rachael Leigh cook stars as a Gaia Moore, a woman born without the gene for fear. Gaia's mother was murdered and her father is an antiterrorist operative in hiding. She is recruited by her godfather to join the FBI specialized crime division in New York. Ian Somerhalder stars as a criminal-turned-FBI agent. Written by Hutch

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Based off a book series by Francine Pascal See more »

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what a piece of trash
31 March 2005 | by cutpurse777See all my reviews

This movie is exactly the reason that people cringe when someone makes a movie out of a book. It's not that it's different from the book -- THAT I could have accepted. What is unacceptable is the incompetence with which the writer producers handled the material. Typical lowbrow Hollywood treatment of a very good book series. I was unfortunate enough to have wasted several hours of my life on this and I feel a need to ask for them back. Hollywood Hack garbage at its worst. The casting, the styling, all very low budget. Thumbs down and a 1 out of 10. Not only was the dialogue written as if by a fourth grader from a foreign country, but the casting was hyper-stylized to the point that it distracted from the story. And speaking of story, where was it? It look as if the writers just pulled a page out of Joseph Cambell and xeroxed it into their template -- with one very obvious omission -- HEART. You can write all the formula you want, but if it's just copied from better writers, you will always end up with rubbish. I am so irritated with the awful treatment of the original material that I find it hard to bring to words.


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