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Bait (2000 film)

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Genre  Action, Crime, Thriller
Duration  
Language  English
5.7/10 IMDb


Director  Antoine Fuqua
Initial DVD release  January 23, 2001
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Writer  Andrew Scheinman, Tony Gilroy
Release date  September 15, 2000
Genres  Action Film, Comedy, Drama, Thriller, Crime Fiction, Adventure Film, Action/Adventure, Crime Thriller
Cast  Jamie Foxx (Alvin Sanders), David Morse (Edgar Clenteen), Robert Pastorelli (Jaster), David Paymer (Agent Wooly), Mike Epps (Stevie Sanders), Jamie Kennedy (Agent Blum)
Similar movies  Blackhat, Supremacy, Baby Boy, The Anderson Tapes, Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll, Savage Mutts
Tagline  Alvin Sanders is going to help the Feds catch a killer. He just doesn't know it yet.

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Bait is a 2000 Canadian-American comedy crime film starring Jamie Foxx and David Morse. It was directed by Antoine Fuqua. The film was a huge financial failure, costing Warner Bros. $51 million but only grossing approximately $15 million.

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Plot

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When fast talking, petty thief and hustler Alvin Sanders (Jamie Foxx) gets arrested for stealing prawns, the worst of his problems would seem to be going to jail. Unfortunately, he ends up sharing a cell with John Delano Jaster (Robert Pastorelli) a guy who, while stealing $42 million in gold from the Federal Reserve, double-crossed his partner, Bristol (Doug Hutchison)—a partner with a knack for computers and a long memory. While being interrogated by hardball Treasury Agent Edgar Clenteen (David Morse), the double-crosser dies from heart failure. All the feds have are an incomprehensible message that was left with Alvin, so they decide to release him and use him as bait to catch the partner by secretly implanting a combination tracking device and electronic bug into Alvin's jaw. From that moment on, a surveillance team can follow Alvin's every move and hear his every word. Unfortunately, Alvin has a talent for getting into trouble—which means that the feds have to become his guardian angels so that he can serve his purpose.

Cast

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  • Jamie Foxx as Alvin Sanders
  • David Morse as Edgar Clenteen
  • Doug Hutchison as Bristol
  • Kimberly Elise as Lisa Hill
  • David Paymer as Agent Wooly
  • Mike Epps as Stevie Sanders
  • Robert Pastorelli as John Delano Jaster
  • Jamie Kennedy as Agent Blum
  • Nestor Serrano as Agent Boyle
  • Kirk Acevedo as Ramundo
  • Jeffrey Donovan as Julio
  • Megan Dodds as Agent Walsh
  • Tia Texada as Tika
  • Neil Crone as Supervisor
  • Reception

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    Bait received mostly negative reviews from critics. It currently holds a 26% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 82 reviews. One of the few good reviews came from Roger Ebert who gave it 3 out of 4 saying "it's over the top, an exercise in action comedy that cuts loose from logic and enjoys itself."

    Box office

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    The film opened at #2 at the North American box office making $5,485,591 USD in its opening weekend, behind The Watcher. Bait ultimately failed to bring back its $51 million budget, as it grossed only $15 million worldwide.

    Soundtrack

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    A soundtrack was released on September 12, 2000 by Warner Bros. Records featuring rap and R&B music. The soundtrack reached No. 49 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.


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    References

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