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  • Actors: Joel D. Wynkoop, Bill Cassinelli, Michael Hoffman Jr., Andrew Gulbrandsen, Lindsay Horgan
  • Directors: Tim Ritter
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sub Rosa Studios
  • DVD Release Date: November 25, 2008
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GJ7ZIO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,846 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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DARE TO WITNESS REALITY TV GONE BAD! DIRTY COP NO DONUT follows a police officer on the beat and his nightly routine. Things get out of control when patrolman Gus Kimble (aka Officer Friendly) decides to mug it up for the camera, showing off his dark side. Using his badge as a ticket for debauchery, no one is safe from Officer Friendly's wrath, including hookers, drug dealers, sex offenders, partying teens, drunk drivers, pawn shop owners, stewbums, and abusive husbands. You'll cheer as this underdog cop takes the law into his own hands and slugs out his own brand of justice to each and every perp that crosses his path. And the spiral downward doesn't stop there- this special edition 2-hour cut contains the continuing adventures of Officer Friendly, including his previously undocumented subsequent rampages... NOTHING CAN KEEP A BAD COP DOWN! Dare to witness this true-crime shockumentary in the style of COPS. Is it real? You decide! Just keep repeating...it's only a video, only a video, only a video...

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 5, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Self described on the VHS tape box back as "A True-Crime 'Shockumentary', the true crime is anyone that purchases this work of fiction. (The credits at film's end state that the entire work is "fiction" and then the word "Gotcha" appears.)
The sales pitch continues to read: "The eighty minutes recorded on this videotape are believed to be true." The only thing to be believed on this video is the worst acting and the lowest budget imaginable.
We are taken along as an "officer of the law" goes on a rampage administering his own form of justice and the cameraman gets it all down on tape (ignorant of the crimes being committed and without lending a hand to the victims). The real crime has to do with the acting and the scene set up.
Our anti-hero and star, the dirty cop, needs some explaining. His off the cuff script is exactly that, completely unbelievable in all aspects. No one talks like this. His constant badgering of the cameraman to keep the camera on him is excessive and his shouting tirades at bystanders/criminals has several of them visibly laughing.
The "shockumentary" part of this film is that every expense was in fact spared in its production.... The officer's uniform is unlike any law enforcement's in existence. He looks like a rent-a-wreck cop. Mr. Dirty Cop's police vehicle is never seen from the outside. There is no typical side search light on the vehicle. The car's rotating light is right on the dash blinding anyone driving the vehicle (or watching the video). Thank goodness the phony officer wears his sunglasses at nighttime. Even when the rotating light is off, he still wears them. While he has his flashing light on, he is never chasing anyone, he is not going very fast, and for all the calls he goes on, we never see him pass through any intersections.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 31, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Self described on the VHS tape box back as "A True-Crime 'Shockumentary', the true crime is anyone that purchases this work of fiction. (The credits at film's end state that the entire work is "fiction" and then the word "Gotcha" appears.)
The sales pitch continues to read: "The eighty minutes recorded on this videotape are believed to be true." The only thing to be believed on this video is the worst acting imaginable and the lowest budget imaginable.
We are taken along as an "officer of the law" goes on a rampage administering his own form of justice and the cameraman gets it all down on tape (ignorant of the crimes being committed and without lending a hand to the victims). The real crime has to do with the acting and the scene set up.
Our anti-hero and star, the dirty cop, needs some explaining. His off the cuff script is exactly that, completely unbelievable in all aspects. No one talks like this. His constant badgering of the cameraman to keep the camera on him is excessive and his shouting tirades at bystanders/criminals has several of them visibly laughing.
The "shockumentary" part of this film is that every expense was in fact spared in its production.... The officer’s uniform is unlike any law enforcement’s in existence. He looks like a rent-a-wreck cop. Mr. Dirty Cop's police vehicle is never seen from the outside. There is no typical side search light on the vehicle. The car's rotating light is right on the dash blinding anyone driving the vehicle (or watching the video). Thank goodness the phony officer wears his sunglasses at nighttime. Even when the rotating light is off, he still wears them.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Mok on September 12, 2000
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
For all the hype lavished on this little dirty piece that passes itself off as "satire", I thought there must at least be an element of provocation here. Nope. And forget about any semblance of cinematic awareness, story, acting, editing. I've seen works by 12-year-olds that surpass this one in technical expertise and writing. You could do better shooting on your old Video-8 camera.

It astounds me how proudly director/writer Tim Ritter puts his name (and his editor's) up on the screen at the end credits. They're even so bizarrely proud of this piece of garbage that they put: "The preceding video is a work of fiction. Gotcha!" at the end. Baloney. Not only was it clear from the start that Dirty Cop: No Donut was fake through and through, it's also apparent from the get-go that it was awfully shot, awfully directed, awfully conceived. Scenes drag on and on with no real impact, the lead character is a seething mass of annoyance and gloating arrogance, the cameraman is hyperactive with no real sense in following the action, and even the camp value is torn to shreds because of how long everything takes to unravel, and how one-dimensional the concept is ("I'm the law" gags for 80 minutes). In terms of guerilla filmmaking, The Blair Witch Project succeeded on the strength of skilled actors and novel concept. Dirty Cop: No Donut doesn't even have the novelty factor to it: Everything here has been done infinitely better nearly a decade ago by the Belgium film Man Bites Dog, in which a detached camera crew follows a sadistic killer around and implicates itself as part of the violence. That was satire. Dirty Cop: No Donut is some kid toting a camera around fancying himself a filmmaker, with people in front of the lens fancying themselves actors.
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