Bad Company (Special Edition) (Blu-ray)
Directed by Damian Harris
David Ogden Stiers
Daniel Hugh Kelly
Damian Harris (Deceived) directed this modern film noir starring Ellen Barkin (The Big Easy), Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) and Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon). Edge-of-your-seat suspense electrifies Bad Company, the sexy thriller that's charged with red-hot erotic energy. Nelson Crowe (Fishburne), a deep-cover CIA operative with a deadly assignment: infiltrate a highly secret industrial espionage firm. Once inside, he teams with Margaret Wells (Barkin), a master spy and seductive manipulator, in a plot to overthrow the organization's sinister president (Langella). It's an explosive situation as the dangerous power play leads Crowe and Wells into a mysterious web of intrigue and murder. Screenplay by Ross Thomas (Hammett) and co-starring Michael Beach (One False Move), Daniel Hugh Kelly (The Good Son) and James Hong (Kung Fu Panda).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Director Damian Harris
Animated Stills & Behind-the-Scenes Image Gallery
Original Theatrical Trailer
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