In this parody a veterinarian who comes from a mafia family, but has nothing to do with them, is hired by his family. His family wants him to go undercover as an FBI agent to destroy evidence against his father. He does, but on his fake resume there are a lot of exaggerations. The FBI now thinks that he is a "super" agent. He then finds himself out on the most dangerous missions, while trying to find the evidence.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Jack Bauer
An undercover agent tries to break a drug ring. A comedy.
The review of this Movie prepared by Beth
Corkey Romono (Kattan) was a mild mannered, albiet eccentric, vet-in-training. His family, however, is a noutorious crime family and when they find out that the FBI has substantial evidence against them, some of which isn't even accurate, they call disowned Corkey to infiltrate the FBI and get the evidence. However, the fake resume was so impressive that they put Corkey on the case of a violent heroin dealer called the "Night Vulture". The case leader is starting to suspect Corkey isn't what he seems (Although everyone else loves him), and Corkey is falling for a tough female agent. What's more, through sheer luck, Corkey is becoming the "top agent" and earning admiration. Some may find it stupid, but I couldn't stop lsughing!
The review of this Movie prepared by Adam D. Bram