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It's definitely not enough to say that the movie is bad. It's very, very bad. Its terribly predictible plot and a weak, amateurish direction doesn't help the viewers to get rid of the feeling that they were simply cheated. There are two good actors in it: Roger Moore and Tom Conti but even they can't save "The Enemy" from falling. Luke Perry can't save the day and so can't Olivia d'Abo. The pairing of the two doesn't work at all and that's because they're a fourth league performers who, even in a pseudo-erotic scene, can't afford expressing any emotions. I feel sorry for Moore and Conti that they appeared in such a crap. I hope their future projects will be much more watchable and less conventional.
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