Third World Cop
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The shootouts are laughable, the special effects are painfully bad, and the film looks as though it was shot entirely with a camcorder. This movie was Chris Browne's first attempt at writing and directing, and not surprisingly his last attempt at filmmaking. The only reason I can give this film two stars instead of one is because of the soundtrack, courtesy of artists like Sly & Robbie, Beenie Man and Red Dragon.
I do appreciate the fact that this was meant to be a gritty movie, and that the Director intentionally shot in Dungle. Beyond that, as a fan of urban film, I have no idea why this movie has such a following. My suggestion is to rent it before you buy it.
Paul Campbell plays Capone, a tough cop who has just been transferred to Kingston to help get a handle on the crime scene there. His first assignment has him going back to his hometown on the trail of some stolen guns. As fate would have it he runs into his buddies from childhood including his best friend, Ratty. Unfortunately Ratty turns out to be the right hand man for the local crime boss.
The picture quality of this DVD is excellent as it was shot using digital cameras which makes the transition to DVD a perfect match. I wish it had been shot as a widescreen feature instead of full-frame, but I can certainly understand them not making that decision.
BTW, during the scene where Capone is using a laptop computer, be sure to notice the names of the folders on the desktop! - moviesforguys.com
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