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About the Movie
Academy Award®-winner Anthony Hopkins (Best Actor, 1991, The Silence of the Lambs) and the irrepressible Chris Rock star in this spy action thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat! Veteran CIA agent Gaylord Oakes (Hopkins) must recruit streetwise punk Jake Hayes (Rock) when Jake's identical twin brother is killed in the line of duty. With only nine days to complete a nuclear weapons negotiation, Jake has to go from smart talking to smooth operating and convince all parties he is the sophisticated brother he never knew. From Prague to New York the chase is on and the clock is ticking when more than a preemptive arms deal goes "bad".
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 135
- Fresh: 14
- Rotten: 121
- Average Rating: 3.9/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Producer Jerry Bruckheimer demands the kind of formula action that leaves director Joel Schumacher no space to let characters breathe.
Rotten: Bad Company leaves a bad taste, not only because of its bad-luck timing, but also the staleness of its script.
Rotten: This cookie-cutter spy thriller depends on the chemistry between Anthony Hopkins and Chris Rock. Um, wait, there isn't any.
Rotten: Predictably soulless techno-tripe.
this movie is great .. but i think you should sell the soundtracks songs to buy on i-tunes .. i would buy a few songs. Thankss =]]
I wish they had the sound track cuz i has the VERY SUPER RARE track "911" by Gorillaz & D12 u can only get this song on this soundtrack
Save your money. I have a pretty high tolerance for mediocre movies but, in it's wildest dreams, this movie wishes it could rise to the level of mediocre. There is literally nothing in it that grabs you. Formulaic, Badly directed, badly acted, badly written. There isn't a single character in the entire movie that sparks the slightest flicker of interest. All the actors are just plodding from one lame scene to the next in the hopes that it ends soon. Even Anthony Hopkins was lame. Complete waste of 10 dollars.