Police Inspector Paul Fein (Bronson) copes with family troubles while also dealing with the possibility of advancement to police chief. Meanwhile, his son (Joe Penny)) is investigating the murder of a banker.
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The family of cops is back, this time dealing with the murder of a priest tied in with the Russian Mafia, who proceed to try to draw the family off the case. Written by
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Family of Cops 2 is not as good as the first cause it is slow going but the cast is excellent and the story and dialogue are top notch. Viewers be warned though this is a TV movie it contains dark subject matter, violence, vulgar language, and some sexually charged scenes as well as dialogue. I wouldn't recommend this film to most viewers cause the story revolves around children, murder, and religion. I can't stress enough how twisted and dark the story line is in Family of Cops 2 and for that reason it is hard to find an audience that would be able to sit through the entire film without being adjatate and appalled by some of the scenes. The only thing viewers need to take away from Family of Cops 2 is Paul Fein's (Charles Bronson) youngest daughter has joined the police academy. Skip this movie unless you can handle the subject matter.
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