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Pride and Glory (Two-Disc Special Edition)

3.8 out of 5 stars 178 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

A gritty and emotional portrait of the New York City Police Department, the film follows a multi-generational police family whose moral code is tested when one of two sons on the force investigates an incendiary case involving his older brother and brother-in-law. The case forces the family to choose between their loyalties to one another and their loyalties to the department.

Special Features

  • Comprehensive documentary: Source of Pride: The Making of "Pride and Glory"

Product Details

  • Actors: Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, Noah Emmerich, Jon Voight, Jennifer Ehle
  • Directors: Gavin O'Connor
  • Writers: Gavin O'Connor, Greg O'Connor, Joe Carnahan, Robert Hopes
  • Producers: Cale Boyter, Greg O'Connor, Josh Fagin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Special Edition, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 27, 2009
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001MZ5W3W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,093 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Pride and Glory (Two-Disc Special Edition)" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
My husband and I both sat riveted to the screen, for the 130 minutes of raw action, that this film delivered. In fact, we were still discussing it the next day. Our conclusion is, that after seeing almost every 'good cop, bad cop' film available, this ranks among our top five. I'm really surprised at the 1 and 2 star reviews.

Yes, this theme has been overused, but it was the acting that made this production stand apart. It was superb! You can't help but become enmeshed with this Irish family of cops, spanning generations, who find themselves with colliding ethics. Their intense love and respect for one another is palpable and quite sad. Even when doing 'the right thing,' when confronting someone you love---particularly family, the feelings of betrayal are overwhelming and this was so well drawn out with these amazing characters.

Edward Norton's portrayal of the NYPD Detective (Ray) attempting to redeem himself for misuse of power previously, is gritty and intense. But, he's a damaged man; his behavior could be unpredictable. You can't wait to see him facing unimaginable choices on his road to redemption. One of his best roles, to date, IMHO.

Colin Farrell (Jimmy) did not disappoint as the very, very, bad boy, brother-in- law. He does bad, SOOOO well!

Police Commander, Noah Emmerich (Francis Jr.), tugs at your heart, as the older brother of Norton. He is facing the loss of his wife to cancer, while having to confront issues within himself of turning a blind eye to some of the behaviors of 'his boys,' allowing things to spiral out of control. How far have his professional ethics been tested?

John Voigt (Francis Sr.), the Patriarch of the family and a strong defender for maintaining the honor of the force, at all costs, was wonderful.
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By Empress on December 8, 2008
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I agree with the other review in that the story line is nothing out of the ordinary. Typical New York good cop, bad cop storyline. This is why I didn't give it four stars but I have to give a lot of credit to the actors especially Collin Farrell. He is brilliant in this movie. I have to say, he nailed his performance to the tee. So the story goes: A family of cops, the dad (Jon Voight (Francis Sr.), his two sons (Edward Norton (Ray),Noah Emmerich (Francis Jr.) and their brother in law (Collin Farrell (Jimmy). They were all after this drug dealer who killed four other cops. Ray was thrown in this wild goose chase only to find out that Jimmy was somehow involved. So Jimmy somehow framed Ray (can't spoil the movie too much), they were in this battle of Ray's words against Jimmy. The ending could've been better but overall, it is a pretty good movie. Worth watching on DVD.
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Because of the poor reviews this movie received from critics, I wasn't expecting much, but I rented it anyway because I'm a big Edward Norton fan, and the previews looked interesting. While the corrupt cop premise is nothing new, the film is surprisingly well-made and engaging, with strong performances by Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, Noah Emmerich, and Jon Voight. My only two problems with the film are the over-the-top violence (I know there are bad cops, but are they *that* sadistic?) and the lazy ending, which is a deus ex machina of sorts. Rather than have the good guys take down the bad guys, they're ultimately brought down by a series of contrived circumstances. Even a cliche stand-off would have been better than that.

Bottom line: Despite a lack of originality and a couple other flaws, this is a well-acted cop drama.

Richard Yee, author of Deliveries: A Collection
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A great ensemble cast makes this movie one that hopes to drag you into watching it based on your loyalty as a fan of one of the many well known names as part of the cast like Ed Norton, Jon Voight, Colin Farrell, among others supporting cast members. This is basically the story of a family of at least 3 generations of cops and the ever subjectivity relationship cops share within their own fraternity of cops having each other's back and the corruption and injustice that occurs in real life police precincts all around cities in this country where you find those bad seeds within the department that dedicate themselves to covering up murder, extort business owners for a cut of their profit or 'else" and the dealings of the reality in how they descriminate against certain parts of their community whether they are blacks, Latin or Asian minority. Here you find Norton playing the honest cop brother, son that does things by the book and after requesting to be place years before on desk duty at the precinct due to a death that occurred in his a watch he could never forget himself for it after so many years, he gets a request from his father x-police chief (Jon Voight) to head and investigate the murder of 3 police officers that in responding to a call walked into a trap instead. These police officers were persons Norton grew up with and although he initially declined to accept the responsibility he reconsidered after suspecting signs of corruptions that at the end he finds himself in a catch 22 situation when he has to decide between his loyalty to the department or his family.Read more ›
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