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Full Disclosure (2001)

R | | Thriller | Video 15 May 2001
A reporter discovers a woman who is a suspected terrorist.

Director:

John Bradshaw

Writer:

Tony Johnston
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Ward ... John McWhirter
Christopher Plummer ... Robert Lecker
Rachel Ticotin ... Armiti Khalq
Kim Coates ... Dave Lewis
Penelope Ann Miller ... Michelle
Virginia Madsen ... Brenda Hopkins
Nicholas Campbell ... Simon Brauman
Dan Lauria ... Clive Carter
Roberta Maxwell ... Sarah Archer
Kevin Jubinville ... Carl Smythe
Elisa Moolecherry ... Jean
Patrick Gallagher ... Larry Quinn
Yanna McIntosh Yanna McIntosh ... Penny Mills
Tyrone Benskin ... Special Agent Draper (as Tyrone Benskine)
James Downing ... FBI Agent 2
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A reporter discovers a woman who is a suspected terrorist.

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Thriller

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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Quotes

John McWhirter: Hey, shouldn't you be out, crackin' big stories?
Carl Smythe: Shouldn't you be out crackin' open a bottle of scotch?
John McWhirter: Wow, real subtle, Carl.
Carl Smythe: Subtle?
John McWhirter: Yeah.
Carl Smythe: You sure you know what that means, John? You should look it up, it's in the dictionary, right around the word "Sober", so you may not have seen it.
John McWhirter: Oh yeah, I've seen it. Yeah, it's right before 'Suck my dick'.
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A slow moving thriller worth watching if there is nothing on the tube.
31 March 2001 | by rooski3See all my reviews

The reason I watched this movie was because Fred Ward was in it.He seems to always portray an interesting character,and is the type of actor who doesn't seem to be acting.Additionally the supporting cast of Christopher Plummer, and Virginia Madsen both favorites of mine offered promise.Unfortunately the story line unfolded lugubriously. The college radicals who did bad things in the sixties has been overdone. The flashback technique to that era was uninspiring.For me the highlight of the movie turned out to be the song that was sung when the ending credits appeared. Too bad that neither the name of the song nor the singer was identified because the song lyrics were more memorable than any of the movie lines.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 May 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

All the Fine Lines See more »

Filming Locations:

Ontario, Canada

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