Following the murder of agent Kevin Pope, veteran CIA op Gaylord Oakes has only nine days to train street hustler Jake Hayes, Pope's twin, to become the dead man's double and foil a nuclear bomb threat.
With all of Joel Schumacher's excesses blanded out to fit Bruckheimer's style, Bad Company is slickly produced with half-decent action, a smattering of laughs and is, at times, nicely played. Although not particularly bad, it's not particularly good either.
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