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No Code of Conduct (1998)

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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Willdog
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Rebecca Peterson (as Meredith Salinger)
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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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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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$12,000,000 (estimated)
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While Jake and his partner run the simulation the slide on Jake's pistol locks back as though its out ammo, but he is still able to continue shooting in the next cut even though he would have had no time to reload the weapon. See more »

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How the mighty have fallen!
4 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

This should have been a good film. Fine actors, a fair story line, violence and guns a plenty.

I hope no-one in Law Enforcement sees this one.

How did the Sheens get their police jobs? Incompetent doesn't describe their performances. I'm a big fan of shootouts, especially the John Woo style with vast expenditure of ammunition, but these were insultingly bad.

Charlie does justify his appalling aim in a scene with his wife where he tells her that he is coming home to his family rather than spending time at the firing range. (He should have spent half the film there if you ask me)

There is a scene where it occurs to me that someone had reduced the powder loads in their ammunition to the point that they bounce off car body panels at 5 metres. (This also explains why the guns jam, there isn't enough power to work the action)

I could have done better. Even I could hit a van at 5 metres!

Watching this will have you squirming with embarrassment for the Sheens, and wanting to help them shorten the film by an hour by actually aiming at things.


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