Detective Mike Logan takes on a special undercover assignment as a nanny when a quiet, upscale neighborhood is turned upside down by a string of robberies. When the mystery begins to unravel, new relationships are threatened as he struggles to protect his secret identity and solve a difficult case.
Did You Know?
At 1.49 in the police pull up at Mcnamara's headquarters, on a wall of a business near where they parked was a sign titled Garden Centre. The movie is supposed to be in Bellingham Wa., so the sign should read Garden Center. See more
Throughout the movie, all of the characters including law enforcement characters refer to the recurring crimes as "robberies." The crimes are not robberies; they are "burglaries." To commit robbery, the criminal uses force or threat of force to compel the victim to give the robber the property or to allow the robber to take the property without resistance. In contrast, a burglary involves entering a business or dwelling with intent to commit a felony inside the premises. You can commit burglary when there is no one home; you cannot commit a "robbery" of a vacant building. See more
References Turner & Hooch
Here In This Moment
Written by Jeff Toyne
and Nina Storey
Performed by Nina Storey See more