Chaos (2011)
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After his new job at the CIA is cut on day one, Rick Martinez is enlisted by the CIA Deputy Director to be a mole in a team of unruly agents that he would love to fire. But, when the agents... See full summary »

Director:

Brett Ratner

Writers:

Tom Spezialy (creator), Tom Spezialy
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Freddy Rodríguez ... Rick Martinez
Eric Close ... Michael Dorset
Tim Blake Nelson ... Casey Malick
James Murray ... Billy Collins
Carmen Ejogo ... Fay Carson
Christina Cole ... Adele Ferrer
Kurtwood Smith ... H.J. Higgins
Rick Overton ... Alan Blanke
Adam Godley ... Jonathan Aldridge
Margo Martindale ... Doris Blashik
Molly Hagan ... Cia Agent
Ilia Volok ... Clarkson
Frank Bruynbroek ... Vidor
Alessandro Juliani ... Aide
Bambadjan Bamba ... Kaya
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After his new job at the CIA is cut on day one, Rick Martinez is enlisted by the CIA Deputy Director to be a mole in a team of unruly agents that he would love to fire. But, when the agents end up getting dirt on Rick, he's forced to play by their rules. Written by CBS Publicity

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Russian

Release Date:

1 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Michael Dorset: There you go. Your very own desktop. It comes with Windows 97 installed.
Rick Martinez: You're kidding me, right?
Michael Dorset: You're familiar with the IRS? U.S. Postal Service? FEMA? What do they all have in common?
Rick Martinez: They're government-run agencies?
Michael Dorset: As is the CIA. Now, when was the last time you walked in the post office and shouted: "My God! I've stepped into the future?"
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Great Work by the Casting Team.
17 April 2011 | by alan_paulSee all my reviews

The brilliant work of the casting team (Steve Brooksbank and Mary Jo Slater) deserves high praise here. The lead actors have proved themselves elsewhere and they almost make this work. Unfortunately, the poorly directed pilot episode probably means this new series is DOA. Poor choices were made: in the overall tone, pacing, camera angles, shot selection, action that violates screen direction repeatedly; and so much more. The chaotic work of the director takes the viewer out of the story, causes confusion about what is happening, sets up and then deflates the impact of comedic punchlines, etc. Editing and music cues improve upon but cannot cover up the badness of the raw footage. The director of this mess does not appear on camera, but he is the most important character in this pilot episode and, apparently, that was just what he was going for.


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