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Feds (28-Oct-1988)

Director: Dan Goldberg

Writers: Len Blum; Daniel Goldberg

Music by: Randy Edelman

Producers: Ilona Herzberg; Len Blum

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rebecca De Mornay
29-Aug-1959   And God Created Woman
Mary Gross
25-Mar-1953   Saturday Night Live
Don Stark
20-Aug-1954   Bob Pinciotti on That 70's Show
Fred Thompson
19-Aug-1942 1-Nov-2015 Actor turned Senator from Tennessee
Geoffrey Thorne
?   Wilson Sweet on In the Heat of the Night


Rebecca De Mornay   ...   DeWitt
Mary Gross   ...   Zuckerman
Ken Marshall   ...   Brent
Fred Thompson   ...   Bilecki
Larry Cedar   ...   Butz
Raymond Singer   ...   Hupperman
James Luisi   ...   Sperry
Rex Ryon   ...   Parker
Norman Bernard   ...   Bickerstaff
Don Stark   ...   Willy
David Sherrill   ...   Duane
Jon Cedar   ...   Senior Agent
Tony Longo   ...   The Sailor
Bradley Weissman   ...   Graham
Michael Chieffo   ...   Louie
Jared Chandler   ...   College Jock
Charlie Phillips   ...   College Jock
Geoffrey Thorne   ...   College Jock
Wendy Cutler   ...   Saleslady
Niles Brewster   ...   Clerk
Karl Anthony Smith   ...   Club Punker
Webster Williams   ...   Car Owner
Mitch Hara   ...   Thief
Barbara C. Adside   ...   Girl Punk
Annie Cerillo   ...   Waitress
Lee Arnone   ...   Female Marine
Don Woodard   ...   TV Football Announcer
Gary Pike   ...   Bank Robber
Charlie Skeen   ...   Bank Robber
Rick Avery   ...   Bank Robber
Hal Burton   ...   Bank Robber


Review by An unlikely buddy film (posted on 1-Jun-2007)

This movie is about two smart and wacky women who want to become FBI agents. Tomboy Ellie DeWitt (played by Rebecca DeMornay) and intellectual Janet Zuckerman (played by Mary Gross) team up to conquer the challenges of studying to be FBI agents. Ellie, a former marine can tackle the physical demands, but has trouble with the studies. Janet, long on study skills, is short on academic experience. Both of them are on the edge of having to leave the program until they decide to team up and help each other. The movie is hilarious with a lot of twists and turns from an accidental but unauthorized successful bank-robber chase up to the "final exam" where the students need to solve role-played crime and find their instructors, who are taking the part of terrorists and hostages. If you're looking for deep philosophical meaning, then this is not the movie for you. But if you're looking for a lighthearted, funny movie with superb acting, then look no further. You'll love it.

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