"Agent Derrick Vann" (Samuel L. Jackson) is a street-wise federal agent with a bad attitude and is not well liked by anybody except his daughter. He is on the hunt of weapons dealer responsible for the murder of his partner, who was on the take.
"Andy Fiddler" (Eugene Levy) is a dental equipment salesman who is in town for a convention, and inadvertently gets directly involved with "Agent Vann's" case when the arms dealer's apparent liaison mistakes him for the undercover ATF agent.
This movie was marketed as a comedy, but the laughs are few and far between. In my opinion, if it were marketed as something other than a comedy it probably would have made more than the $8-million-plus in the US box office.
Also, with Jackson's character being an ATF agent, you would think there w...