Bad Apple (2004)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy


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An undercover FBI agent tries to infiltrate a gang of goodfellas and falls in love with his informant's sister. Black humor and a cool attitude make the routine story fun.

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10 September 2004 | shu-fen
How to categorize this one?
Biting an apple, a good one, I only got shaky and broken words for this TV movie. Shaky and broken like its plot.

God, thank you for Dominczyk's pretty face and sexy exotic Polish accent. Lovely voice she has.

Robert Patrick, I only saw his "Terminator" in which he doesn't need to speak at all but kill and run. How delightful to find out that his voice is exactly like Martin Sheen's, though MS is 18 years senior to RP. Actually RP can do far better, the faulty plot just doesn't allow him to shine brighter. BTW, I like his look, blond and fair.

Chris Noth is known here in town largely due to the huge success of Sex and the City. How come he looks so downcast here.

Why doesn't Colm Meaney call for backup when that is really necessary?

Claps to Howard Korder, quite a number of lines are hilariously funny.

"Comedy"? How did it achieve this title? I don't know how to laugh during and after seeing it.

Big thank you to the VCD distributors in town and the visual technology, I don't need to tolerate the TV commercials, it took me less than 96 minutes to sweep it through with the fast-forward button.

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