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The Proposal [DVD]


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Terry Martin (Nick Moran) is an undercover cop sent out on a dangerous mission involving top crime boss Simon Bacig (Stephen Lang). But he must first find a wife for the night. When Susan Reece (Jennifer Esposito), a tough and beautiful policewoman, volunteers for the job, Martin feels his luck is in. However, as Susan becomes too involved with Bacig - finding herself the target of his lust - and Martin gradually realises the depth of his feelings for Susan, both cops find it increasingly difficult to separate their personal feelings from their professional judgements.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
An Excellent Film Noir, Full of Suprises 26 Aug 2001
By David Slausen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"The Proposal" is an intelligent, first-rate undercover police story with a lot of twists and turns that you can never see coming. The Director has a real knack for building tension and suspense... it keeps increasing as the story progresses, and the mystery deepens as it unfolds. Jennifer Esposito really proves that she can play the leading role in a feature... she's radiant, and Nick Moran (from "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels") plays the nervous, paranoid undercover cop to perfection. Stephen Lang (Tombstone) is awesome as the subtly psychotic Crime lord, and it's nice to see William B. Davis (X-files' Smoking Man) play an FBI agent who DOESN'T smoke! Very clever, unpredictable, good looking film noir. Highly recommended.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
You will be fooled! 20 May 2001
By Rodney Powell - Published on Amazon.com
This was clever thriller about a undercover cop sent in to take a ruthless mobster only to find out that to keep his cover he must have a wife in short notice! He gets a rookie policewoman to pose as his wife and she becomes object of desire of the same gangster she is sent in to nail.This film's script writers took pains to sent up movie up with lots of suspense as our hero must try to keep his cover and trust his new partner with his case and his life.The script writers also give us one dandy final twist at the end that fooled me and will fool you too!
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great characters, Well-written script 21 April 2001
By M. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The Proposal is a detective story that takes a familiar storyline and gives it a few interesting twists. Good characters and great script make this a worthy film to see.
The story is about an undercover detective (Moran) who leads a paranoid existence, constantly vigilant against being found out for who he really is. In order to keep his cover intact, he reluctantly accepts a new partner (Esposito) who apparently has no undercover training and whose inexperience may eventually place his life in jeopardy.
The Proposal takes you into the personal life of a detective who has been "under" for several months to infiltrate a crime organization and shows the great lengths he must go through to establish his identity while at the same time watch his own back.
The film's antagonist, Simon Bacig (Lang) is great. He is a villain's villain who plays dangerous, eccentric, and vain - all without going "over the top".
Great direction and script give this movie dimension and depth that allow you to get in touch with the characters and keep you hooked as you await the final outcome (which I guarantee, you won't be able to guess).
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Decent Proposal 26 Oct 2002
By Lisa Loopner - Published on Amazon.com
I caught "The Proposal" on the Movie Network this summer, and I must admit that I was unable to let myself change the channel, mostly for two reasons: wanting to discover more, and Jennifer Esposito's magnetic presence.
Esposito is a fantastic actress, and although her performance in this film is thrilling, it made me feel as if she got even better. I wasn't as impressed with Nick Moran: I never really became sure of whether he was uninspired or simply playing a very stoic character.
Having found myself beginning to watch at some point into the film, I was a bit confused as to the exact plot(especially during the falling action). However, I loved it. I'm a huge fan of police- and FBI- related storylines.
I have to say that I was overall quite satisfied with "The Proposal". I've been looking for it at every place where videos can be rented or sold, and I've only found it in French(which makes me so mad... but I won't get into political opinion now). But as soon as I find it, I'm taking it home for sure.
good plot enchanting characters and actors 17 Feb 2014
By stang808 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The Proposal had good plot involving two cops and a kingpin in this film with Jennifer Esposito. Esposito however had good talent and sexy personality in this film and in reality. Good movie and Esposito is my favorite actress in real life.
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