Murder at 1600 Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Murder at 1600 the Movie

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Jaded D.C. detective Harlan Regis (Snipes) is called to investigate the murder of Carla Town (Moore), a secretary found dead in a White House bathroom. He's reluctantly assisted by hard-boiled Secret Service agent Chance (Lane), while head of security Nick Spikings (Benzali) wants the whole matter wrapped up quickly and quietly--justice not being his main concern. Cliche-fest script gives stereotypical characters a little more development than you may be used to seeing, but doesn't give them anything new or interesting to say or do. Snipes and Lane make a good team, however, and Miller fulfills his usual wise-cracking sidekick role effortlessly.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 107 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Mystery & Suspense, Police Detectives, Secret Service, Presidency, It's a Conspiracy, Man!, Capitol Capers
Wayne Beach, David Hodgin
Wesley Snipes, Diane Lane, Daniel Benzali, Dennis Miller, Alan Alda, Ronny Cox, Tate Donovan, Diane Baker, Mary Moore, Harris Yulin, Richard Blackburn
Steven Bernstein
Dwight Little
Christopher Young
Arnold Kopelson, Arnon Milchan, Anne Kopelson, Michael Nathanson, Regency Enterprises, Warner Bros.

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