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Actors: Denis Leary, Elizabeth Hurley, Luis Guzmán, Victor Argo, Chris Noth
Director: Tom DiCillo
Genres: Comedy, Drama
A world-weary police detective who fails to stop a fast-food restaurant massacre struggles to regain his departmental reputation public image and self-worth. Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 03/09/2004 Starrin... more »
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Doug L. from DULUTH, MN
Reviewed on 1/16/2012...
QUIRKY 'DRAMEDY' COME ON LOOK AT THE ACTORS!! FUN, INTELLIGENT FILM.
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Just tries way too hard...
Eduardo Nietzsche | Houston | 01/31/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"...to be oh-so-hip, so Tarantino-esque. More of an attempt to project "attitude" or "vibe" than any real or spontaneous substance. There are a few funny and satirical moments in there, but overall it has the amateurish feel of a made-for-TV movie. Result: sad waste of some prime acting talent, especially Steve Buscemi adn Luis Guzman. Dennis Leary has always been a mediocre actor with a very limited range, and he's in way over his head as the central character here. Elizabeth Hurley is gorgeous to look at but also possesses a very limited acting range, and WHAT nude scene are the other reviewers talking about? I didn't see anything more than the side of her breasts for about 2 seconds! C'mon guys, you can get more revealing pics of her on the Internet for Chrissakes! As much as I like her, it definitely WASN'T worth sitting through this one."
Greatest Movie ever
movielover | 03/17/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was awesome. It has so many plots that come together very well in the end. I couldn't stop watching the movie i have watched over 5 times in one day. I highly recomend it. It has the Guy From scrubs, Dennis Leary, Elizabeth Hurley, and my favorite actor Steve Buschemi."
What the heck happened to Tom Dicillo?
Robert S Michaels | Fairfield, CT United States | 01/15/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I can't totally pan a film that features a nude scene from Liz Hurley (no matter how brief), but overall, this thing stinks. In no way does it measure up to anything DiCillo's done previous to this. I like all of the actors here, but they're given basically nothing to work with here, short of some really anemic Tarantinoisms. Avoid."