Bad Company (1995) is a whirling dervish of a thriller that entertains as much as it makes viewers gasp, "Wha?" The story revolves around a "problem-solving" company run by Ellen Barkin and Frank Langella that hires a former CIA spook played by Laurence Fishburne to bribe a judge. You just can't trust a spy nowadays. The blackmail flows like spilled popcorn over the sticky aisles. Along the way Michelle Beaudoin is caught with her uncle, providing a flash of boob, and Ellen rides Fishburne and, for the eagle-eyed, lets her beaver out to play briefly. If this is bad company, then Mr. Skin wants to intern.