Cop Out 2010 R CC

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Two longtime NYPD partners on the trail of a stolen, rare, mint-condition baseball card find themselves up against a merciless, memorabilia-obsessed gangster.

Starring:
Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan
Runtime:
1 hour 48 minutes

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Cop Out

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Genres Action, Comedy
Director Kevin Smith
Starring Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan
Supporting actors Juan Carlos Hernández, Cory Fernandez, Jason Hurt, Jeff Lima, Sean Cullen, Kevin Pollak, Adam Brody, Guillermo Díaz, Alberto Bonilla, Robinson Aponte, Jeremy Dash, Mando Alvarado, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jason Lee, Francie Swift, Rashida Jones, Keith Joe Dick, Seann William Scott
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

His sidekick is funny as well... Great movie!
Hamza
I like buddy cop movies,that's why I wanted to see this one but it was so bad.
Moonbaby345
Bruce Willis phoning in his role with Tracy Morgan mugging for the camera.
Chris C.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on September 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Those who have grown up watching the 80s police action films know the formula. Two cops, often long-time partners, investigate a murder case. Their investigation leads to gang-related crimes or corrupt authority. There are actions and laughs, and nice soundtrack music, too. "Cop Out" is, as one of the film's characters say, "homage" to the genre. But homage does not necessarily mean imitation.

"Cop Out" stars Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan as NYPD cops Jimmy and Paul working as partners for nine years. They get suspended by the captain for messing up an undercover drug investigation, and Jimmy is forced to sell a very rare baseball card he owns. He needs money for the wedding party of his daughter Ava (cameo by Michelle Trachtenberg) who is getting married. A masked robber, however, breaks in the shop before he gets money, and takes his vintage card away. The veteran cops track down the stolen card, no matter what it takes, and the story somehow goes back to where it started: a drug lord (who loves baseball) and his gang.

This is a Kevin Smith film that is not written by Kevin Smith (written by Mark and Robb Cullen), and this is the most boring film he ever made. It is occasionally fun, I admit, thanks to the stars and Seann William Scott as s small-time crook (equivalent of Joe Pesci's character in "Lethal Weapon 3"), but random comically-inspired moments (ad-libbed, I suppose) do not make a good film. "Cop Out" drags for the most part of the hackneyed story despite the presence of talented cast including Kevin Pollack, Adam Brody, Ana de la Reguera, Guillermo Diaz and Jason Lee (regular of Kevin Smith films), plus the music by Harold Faltermeyer ("Beverly Hills Cop" and its sequel.

The film is made with an uninspired concept and half-hearted efforts, something Kevin Smith was not known for.
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40 of 55 people found the following review helpful By C. Sawin VINE VOICE on February 25, 2010
Format: DVD
To tell the truth, I wasn't looking forward to this film at all. I'm a pretty big fan of most of Kevin Smith's work, but he didn't write the film. It could be argued that he did write Jersey Girl and that could be considered a bomb, but his films usually average about $25-$30 million anyway. A Kevin Smith film isn't really about bringing in a large amount of money at the box office. His charm is in his writing, especially the dialogue and interaction between characters. There's a very specific audience his films will appeal to and none of them have really branched away from that. But him not writing this one made me think, "Eh. Not sure what that'll be like since he didn't write it." When it comes to Bruce Willis, I've never talked to anyone who dislikes him entirely. There always seems to be at least one of his films everybody enjoys. Die Hard, The Fifth Element, and Sin City are just a few off the top of my head. The real buzzkiller for me though was Tracy Morgan. He's just never been funny to me. He was beyond lame on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock has never been able to hold my attention for very long. Not to mention all the trailers for Cop Out didn't make me laugh. Thankfully though, first impressions can be so very wrong.

One of Cop Out's biggest charms is that it feels like a buddy cop comedy you've seen before, but have forgotten how much you enjoy it. The film feels similar to a 48 Hrs or Beverly Hills Cop film. Bulletproof is also a good example. Cop Out is pretty much what you expect when it comes to roles Bruce Willis chooses as it's pretty much no different than his role as John McClane on the surface, but he's a lot funnier this time around.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin J Burgraff VINE VOICE on October 9, 2010
Format: DVD
As a big fan of Bruce Willis for 25 years, and director Kevin Smith for 16 years, I hoped for movie magic when they teamed up on "Cop Out". I was VERY disappointed, though, and the film's biggest problem can be summed up in two words: Tracy Morgan. Unfunny, whining, and constantly mugging at the camera, Morgan may be Willis' worst co-star, ever (How bad is he? Seann William Scott, with less than 10 minutes of screen time, has more laughs than Morgan provides, the entire film). Willis spends most of "Cop Out" simply staring at Morgan and his unrelenting stream of chatter (director Smith, apparently, allowed him to ad lib at will).

It's supposedly a cop comedy (involving drugs, a kidnapped wife, and a stolen baseball card), and a 'hilarious' send-up of buddy films. It fails at both, and wastes the talents of Willis, Scott, Kevin Pollak, Adam Brody, Jason Lee, Guillermo Díaz, and Ana de la Reguera.

It simply isn't worth buying...What a mess!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on July 26, 2010
Format: DVD
This is not the best Bruce Willis film out there. For Willis fans you might wait for Die Hard 4. He does not play a super-cop, but rather a mediocre cop paired with Tracy Morgan who uses lines from movies to interrogate prisoners.

The cops screw up and get suspended from the police force. Willis, in a situation where he wants to pay for his daughter's $48,000 wedding, opts to sell his 1952 gem mint 10 Topps Andy Pafko card for $83,000. While in the card shop he gets robbed. They now try to recover the card, which leads to dealings with criminals. Morgan steals every scene from Willis, who is nothing much more than an overpaid straight man.

Willis fans will not enjoy this movie as much as Morgan fans. This is better than another "Rush Hour" movie, but don't expect too much. 3 1/2 stars
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