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No Code of Conduct (1998)

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A cop, his partner, and his father uncover a plot by city elders to smuggle drugs from Mexico into Phoenix, Arizona.

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Jake Peterson (as Charles Sheen)
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John Bagwell
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Julian Disanto
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Willdog
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Cameron
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Rebecca Peterson (as Meredith Salinger)
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Frank 'Shane' Fields
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Maria
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A cop, his partner, and his father uncover a plot by city elders to smuggle drugs from Mexico into Phoenix, Arizona.

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When corruption strikes the police force... trust no one! See more »


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Rated R for strong violence, and for language and drug content | See all certifications »

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17 April 1999 (South Korea)  »

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The Last Child  »

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$12,000,000 (estimated)
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In the closing scene, when Martin and Charlie start to drive away in the ruined Mustang, at least five crew members, including the boom, can be seen reflected in the passenger-side car door. See more »

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References Starsky and Hutch (1975) See more »

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27 August 2004 | by (Manchester, England) – See all my reviews

SPOILERS (maybe)

It may have sounded like an interesting idea at the time to pair up 'The Two Sheen's', but let's face it, the result is not really worth the effort. Believe it or not, the two of them actually look very uncomfortable together and are very mismatched.

As you'd expect, the film churns out flipped over cars, exploding buildings, lesbian Chinese-American psycho's etc. etc., but what cannot be excused is the 'man not spending enough time with his family' routine (hasn't that been done before somewhere?!!).

The highlight of the film for me was probably the sound effect of the stomach stabbing near the beginning - very impressive and dramatically OTT. Good stuff. Those 'whoosh' cuts on the other hand...

But as ever with action films, one important question arises from the experience, and here it is: why do police officers insist on taking their own polished cars out on dangerous police work when they know they're gonna be rained with bullets?


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