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FledDodge is a computer hacker serving a prison term; Piper is a tough guy. They end up chained together, and flee during a chain-gang escape attempt that goes bad. An adventure plot ensues, involving a missing floppy disk, an attractive woman that assists them, a sinister Federal marshal, an honest cop, and the Cuban mafia.Keywords:
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Directors of "Fled"Kevin HooksBirthdate: 19 September 1958, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Creators of "Fled"Preston A. Whitmore IIBirthdate: 26 June 1962, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Critic Reviews of "Fled"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Scripter Preston A. Whitmore II and helmer Kevin Hooks are obviously well-versed in film lore, for they have concocted a hodgepodge that recycles elements from several white-black team movies.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Lots of physical energy, but little else.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
The situations are so ludicrous and the screenplay so barren of wit that the best it can come up with in the way of jokey humor is to have the characters compare their adventures to scenes in other movies.San Francisco ChronicleJune 18, 2002
Baldwin, in particular, has an appealing bad-boy quality.Washington PostJanuary 22, 2002
On the whole, Baldwin seems pretty dim for a renowned cyber-anarchist. Also, he simply isn't in the same class of actor as Tony Curtis. Or Laurence Fishburne, who swaggers through this mess with his usual suave manliness.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 14, 2001
A successful summer diversion, the kind of film you start forgetting the moment it's over but is fun while you're watching it.Creative LoafingJuly 04, 2015
My fondest memory involving Fled isn't in the film; it was the moment on Siskel & Ebert when Roger Ebert stated, 'I guess it sort of holds your attention while it's happening. I mean, something is moving on the screen, so you look to see what it is.'TV GuideAugust 04, 2009
The makers of this sluggish, by-the-numbers action pic couldn't even be bothered to exploit the obvious angles.MovieCrypt.comJanuary 31, 2005
One more stepping stone in the rise of Salma Hayek!rec.arts.movies.reviewsJune 05, 2003
Most of non-action scenes are dead serious, and in those moments Fled becomes unbearably cliched and tedious.Movie EyeMay 21, 2003
A generic buddy-buddy actioner that's not as slick as it thinks it is...pointless and forgettableeFilmCritic.comJuly 26, 2002
Barrel-bottom buddy-flick refuse.
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