Feds

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Comedy

 

Time Out says

Two young women try to make the grade at the FBI Training Academy. They're given a predictably hard time by their male colleagues, a leering, chauvinist bunch of halfwits and bullies who seem to have strayed out of a National Lampoon movie, but the feisty lasses prove their mettle by the final reel. Director Goldberg seems uncertain whether he should be aiming for slapstick or an earnest docu-drama about sexism in the FBI. Despite an engaging Goldie Hawn-style performance from De Mornay, the end result is bland, toothless satire with neither the gusto of Police Academy, nor the charm of Private Benjamin.
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Release details

UK release:

1988

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Dan Goldberg

Cast:

Larry Cedar, Ken Marshall, Fred Dalton Thompson, Mary Gross, Rebecca De Mornay, Raymond Singer

Music:

Randy Edelman

Production Designer:

Randy Ser

Editor:

Donn Cambern

Cinematography:

Timothy Suhrstedt

Screenwriter:

Dan Goldberg, Len Blum

Producer:

Len Blum, Ilona Herzberg

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