Pride and Glory
A saga centered on a multi-generational family of New York City Police officers. The family's moral codes are tested when Ray Tierney, investigates a case that reveals an incendiary police corruption scandal involving his own brother-in-law. For Ray, the truth is revelatory, a Pandora's Box that threatens to upend not only the Tierney legacy but the entire NYPD.
- Category:Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
- Stars:Lake Bell, Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, Jennifer Ehle, Noah Emmerich,
- Country:USA, Germany
- Director:Gavin O'Connor,
- Writer:Joe Carnahan (screenplay), Gavin O'Connor (screenplay), Gavin O'Connor (story), Greg O'Connor (story), Robert Hopes (story)
A family's moral codes are tested when Ray Tierney investigates a case that reveals an incendiary police corruption scandal involving his own brother-in-law. For Ray, the truth is revelatory, a Pandora's Box that threatens to upend not only the Tierney legacy but the entire NYPD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pride and Glory torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A snapshot of father and son unintended connection through the cosmos.....if not an unfocused one.
(ca) wrote: another Hercules film that has went beyond the satire of the film of its kind in the past great acting great action
(mx) wrote: Very good production values (not quite on a par with the best Hollywood can do but better than most indies or Asian films) and a full blown vision of a future world combine to make this an impressive and enjoyable film. Personally, I never fully understood the plotline about the villain cyborg and what hne was up to. Maybe that was poor storytelling on the part of the director or maybe it was me reading subtitles and trying to keep up with the complexities. The human element was very effectively carried by a talented cast. I didn't find the final battle excesively long although I am not especially fond if the Asian balletic fight scenes. In my opinion, this film is not in a class with Blade Runner but it is a solidly entertaining film that rises above just being SFX and action to have considerable emotional content and perhaps a message or two.
(es) wrote: "Ali" is well acted, but is seriously lacking in memorability.
(gb) wrote: Cops pose as drug dealers and must now solve the case of a dead DEA agent.
(ag) wrote: Being a Power Rangers fan, I liked the movie, its not a masterpiece by any means but it's enjoyable.
(mx) wrote: Drab sequel that continues the Maniac Cop story.
(fr) wrote: I'm so glad its finally going out on DVD . i have already pre ordered my copy
(it) wrote: I don't know if it's the beautiful women or the train wreck they make of their lives, but I found it hard to look away during this.
(de) wrote: Five minutes in, when mid-Century college co-eds start snickering about the goosebumps they get from the mere thought of side-by-side toothbrushes as they are strolling to their Human Sexuality class to discuss uncontrolled glandular behaviors, the viewer knows exactly what dated topics and perspectives are up on deck. Lemmon's the lecherous Lothario landlord who provides amazingly discounted rental rates to a bevy of beauties, all of whom seem dreamily satisfied with their living arrangements. Ah, yes, those swingin' 60s, just where did they go? Lemmon's next challenge - ur, tenant - is student body Carol Lynley, fresh-faced out of the sorority house, who's decided to experiment with unwed, sex-free co-habitation. Dean Jones, the hapless boyfriend, arrives toting his toothbrush and a ton of testosterone-based frustration. Will Lynley turn up the next conquest in Lemmon's red-velvet passion pit, Jones' apron-strung bride - or a nun-in-training? It's your dough, crum-bum, so place your bet. Lemmon's performance is the film's keystone. He's not given the best of lines to work with - at points the performance is snappy/witty enough - but not nearly as snappy/witty as seen in his better deliveries. Still, all his scheming entertains. Jones and Lynley don't deliver much viewer interest and they border on being miscast. From his supporting position, Paul Lynde delivers a few bits of adequate sneering, nasal comic relief. Imogene Coca's the housekeeper hanging around broom-in-hand, but she doesn't bring much to the party. RECOMMENDATION: If you are a true fan of the mid-Century sex comedy genre, it's worth a viewing. Just keep in mind this duo is no Doris Day & Rock Hudson.
(mx) wrote: I thought that Humphrey Bogart in the 1948 film Key Largo was one of Hamphry Bogarts Better roles. He played it like many of his other roles with characteristics like selfishness and a fearful. The one difference I saw was that he did have some thought, he waited and often thought things threw before doing something. He turned out to be the hero in this film. The story now a days seems familiar since it has been repeated several times as far as a person holding up a group of people and then found in a situation where he can not leave without the assistance of hostages he has captured. It is seen in bank robbery situations, westerns, and more. In this case what stops the gangsters is a hurricane.
(au) wrote: Paul Giamatti could have saved this film if he didn't only appear in the very last act. He's so good. The rest of the film wasn't so good. You know when a film is going for a weird like, vibe, but you can feel it going for it, and you can feel that it's not getting there, and you're sitting there with it in that awkward space between where it is and where you'd both rather be. That's Cosmopolis.
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