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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Paramount Catalog
  • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (315 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,783 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Great movie, Great actors, Good plot.
Steve Bonaquest
I would give this movie 2 stars, but because it is so highly rated, I have to lower it 1 star to reduce the overall rating.
John H.
Although one may think it's the typical good cop vs. bad cop movie I was riveted to my seat pretty much the entire time.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By David Kusumoto on June 26, 2003
Format: DVD
"Narc" is one of those films almost everyone missed in theaters - and yet - through the magic of video, is destined to join the short list of the greatest crime thrillers ever made.
Because its plot has been previously discussed so wonderfully by other Amazon reviewers, I won't add anything more beyond saying writer-director Joe Carnahan has crafted one of the most taut and wrenching screenplays in recent memory, complete with a shocking ending that has you sighing in amazement.
You think you've seen everything in cop thrillers, and in many respects, you have indeed with "Narc." Yes, this is a story about two tarnished cops.
But what's compelling and different are the spectacular, wondrous performances by Ray Liotta, Jason Patric and the entire supporting cast.
Everyone associated with this production (who reportedly worked for near nothing), should feel proud of their efforts. You never get the feeling "Narc" is a low-budget picture. It feels like a big studio film, with one huge difference. Instead of a conventional and commercial narrative with everything tied at the end, you get something more believable.
Without giving away the ending, which initially feels baffling - when you think about it some more, you come away knowing that a legacy associated with a "horrifying yet humane" secret buried by one cop for puzzling reasons - is inherited with greater clarity - by the other cop for eternity.
Hands down, this is a film driven by fabulous performances, a complex script and a free-wheeling, dangerous atmosphere offering the grittiness of the best crime films made during the 1970s. If you like films like "The French Connection," "Dog Day Afternoon," and "Serpico" - or more recently - films like "Goodfellas," "Casino" and "Training Day," you will love "Narc.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By PacinoXTC on January 12, 2003
Narc is perhaps one the most original, exciting and gritty movies on police corruption since Serpico. If you're looking for a no nonsense movie filled with plot twists, great acting, and suspense this movie is for you. Hands down, the cast was amazing and believable. I am happy that Ray Liotta selected this project because he hasn't been this good in a movie since the Goodfellas! You will leave the movie shaken as if Ray was yelling down your throat. I am also thankful that Jason Patric(who is a underrated actor)decided to stop taking useless roles such as Speed 2 Cruise Control and instead took on a role where he could show the movie audience his intelligence and rising star. Joe Carnahan also had a lot to prove as he did shed his Tarantino-wannabe style from his first movie. Other movies in the police corruption genre such as Training Day were lead by great actors as well, yet their big budget did ruin its authenticity. However even with a very small budget, Carnahan was still able to make a very authentic slick piece of filmaking. Narc was dark and gritty in many ways such as its violence. The violence was strong and brutal especially in the jaw dropping opening scene and the unforgettable ending, so do take that under consideration before taking young children into the picture. This film is a true gem, it's indeed a film worth driving to select theatres to see it, you will love it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. R. Sains on January 27, 2005
Format: DVD
this film was COMPLETELY overlooked by any of the major film institutions in terms of the awards that it rightfully deserved. every single performance in the film was on par...even the archetypal junkies and police chief that arent in the film for more than a half an hour a piece. the direction was excellent..as well as the writing, and its no surprise that one man did both. Some may say that this director tried too hard at showing off his many styles of filming a scene (shaky camera's, blue lenses, etc)...but really, each technique was fitting to each situation.

I know that the production of the film was almost the reason for its downfall, due to a lack of steady pay for the cast and crew memebers, but thank whoever it is that you thank in these situations that this film didnt crumble in the end. Luckily alot of different people jumped on board after its unveling at Sundance (Tom Cruise, Ray Liotta actually produced it as well as act the role of a main character)
Let me just say this....don't even think for one second that this is a nice, campy, predictalbe, standard cop film where they wrap it up in the end......this is so much more than that. this movie is struggle, it's regret, the persuit of purity, and so, so much more. if it wasn't for the slapped-on label of a Paramount Picture, this is pure art. If this film did well in the box offices, its was simply because of the power and rawness of the film, and not over-marketing or late-night promos for 2 weeks straight on letterman, leno, and o-brian. OWN THIS AND CRY.....maybe not from joy, either.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "rsmon77" on June 29, 2003
Format: DVD
Being down this territory of gritty police dramas countless times("French Connection", "Training Day", "Manhunter", etc.), the thing that struck me about "Narc" is that I didn't care about that fact. In the film's shocking opening sequence, we see narcotics officer Nick Tellis (Jason Patric) involved a tragic turn of events that leaves him suspended from duty. So its surprising to him when over a year later, he's asked to look into the murder of another narcotics officer that has went cold. He ends up being partnered with that officers' partner, Henry Oak (played to perfection by Ray Liotta) and sent on a trail of addicts and dealers to solve the crime. But in the end, how far are they willing to go for the truth, and what will it truly cost both of them? Both Patric and Liotta are incredible in the portryal of men who have suffered great pain, and are tortured by it constantly. The visuals in this movie are solid and often range from the creative (a stunning split-screen montage of interogations) to the simple (a extended monologue involving Oak and his past shot through a highly relfective car window). "Narc" ulitmately ends like it should: with no easy answers, and no assurances to anyone's true fate after the final, shocking revealation. It's truly an incredible movie, and among my favorites this year. Highly Recommended.
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