Let's Be Cops
It's the ultimate buddy cop movie except for one thing: they're not cops. When two struggling pals dress as police officers for a costume party, they become neighborhood sensations. But when these newly-minted “heroes” get tangled in a real life web of mobsters and dirty detectives, they must put their fake badges on the line.
- Stars:Ksenija Marinkovic, Nenad Cvetko, Hrvoje Perc, Vera Zima, Andrea Cindric, Andrej Dojkic, Jake Johnson, Damon Wayans Jr., Rob Riggle, Nina Dobrev, James D'Arcy, Keegan-Michael Key, Andy Garcia, Jonathan Lajoie, Tom Mardirosian, Natasha Leggero, Rebecca Koon, Joshua Ormond, L. Warren Young, Nelson Bonilla, Brian Oerly,
- Director:Luke Greenfield,
- Writer:Luke Greenfield, Nicholas Thomas
Two struggling pals dress as police officers for a costume party and become neighborhood sensations. But when these newly-minted "heroes" get tangled in a real life web of mobsters and dirty detectives, they must put their fake badges on the line. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Let's Be Cops torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Come on! 0% is pathetically harsh when the new James Bond got about 95%!It was well acted and interesting. Flawed yes but 0%? Pffff!
(nl) wrote: A bad school play, poorly directed and acted....this tries to emulate greater movies of the past but the director is not talented enough to even come close.... avoid...
(gb) wrote: Shannon Elizabeth and Jamie Pressly at the end with her employee and hubbys receptionist
(mx) wrote: Gave it another look for the first time since the VHS days and I have to say that I still dig Hartley's deadpan characters quite a bit, even if it all does feel very much like a production and not anything one would naturally encounter out there in the real world.Worth a look, examining the death of a relationship from three different perspectives, genders and sexualities. Rental!
(kr) wrote: One of my all time favorites! :)
(gb) wrote: Less Adventure and Action , more humor instead . Oke not unforgattable ...SOMDVD
(nl) wrote: Not as good as you expect.
(de) wrote: Found footage technique was an interesting new concept in the Blair Witch Project, but it should have never been used again. I enjoy movies where I can lose myself in the plot, and I find it very distracting. I'm going back in time, now that I've seen the entire movie, and I'm reducing my rating to 2 stars. There are a lot better time travel movies.
(jp) wrote: a piece of shit that ruined one of my all-time favorite PS1 games. It has nothing to do with the story and plot of the first game. Not to mention why are elements from the other games in here when they're not needed. I was so annoyed that Harry Mason was removed in favor of that bitch Rose. Thanks for ruining one of my favorite games Christophe Gans you bastard you.
(kr) wrote: The story is so awe-inspiring it was rushed to the screen back in the 1980's and starred Richard Thomas. That movie was not nearly as good as this one. After years to percolate, the compelling truths of just what DID happen are now known. Filmmaker T.C. Christensen does a masterful job recreating the events. With a measured hand, he first tells audiences the facts. Tension builds as you watch it unfold. Actress Kymberly Mellen is particularly creepy as the wife of the bomber, standing by her man as he plots to blow up a classroom full of children and their teachers. She is so convincing as a deluded woman who believes her husband is so smart, he can do no wrong. Knowing this is an historical event, and filmmakers went to extreme measures to factually portray what happened doesn't make it any easier to watch. The characters portrayed are real. Their stories are real. Filmmakers took some liberties, such as counting just over 100 people in the room. (In reality, it was 154.) One of the women on set complained that the interior of Cokeville Elementary was really "much nicer" than that used in the film, but film crews must take what they can get. It didn't detract from the drama. Jasen Wade and the child actors worked well together. I saw many grown men in the audience cry over this film, as the themes are so close to the heart. We all love our children and want to protect them at all costs. This film shows real families in a real crisis, and how they have come out the other side nearly thirty years afterward. It is a story of bravery, bravado, insanity and love you will remember. Not for children under about eight, obviously, but highly recommended for older families to spark many conversations about life, death and purpose.
(au) wrote: Brutal, grisly and surprisingly compelling. Martyrs's graphic violence and strong emotional depth are quite rare for a torture horror of it's kind. It makes Saw look like a kid's movie in comparison.