Henry is a lawyer who survives a shooting only to find he cannot remember anything. If that weren't enough, Henry also has to recover his speech and mobility, in a life he no longer fits ... See full summary »
When not solving murders in Tinseltown, Detective Joe Gavilan and his rookie partner Kasey Calden both moonlight in other fields: Gavilan sells real estate (poorly), and Calden aspires to become an actor (Brando, namely). Assigned to the vicious in-club slaying of a promising young rap act, the two detective delve into the recording industry where they hope to find answers - ideally ones that also come with property buyers or auditions. Written by
When Gavilan gets home the single malt he drinks is LaGavulin. See more »
When the handcuffed prisoner steals a gun and shoots up the parking lot, KC and Gavilan agree that he fired 15 shots; he actually fired 18, which, according to them, is more than the gun holds. See more »
Shooting Practice Announcer:
Shooters step up to the 20 yard line.
[K.C. has trouble shooting his target during shooting practice, so Joe shoots his and K.C.'s at the same time]
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During the end credits, Joe and K.C. arrive at the location of their new crime scene investigation. See more »
After seeing 40 Days and 40 Nights I was seriously beginning to doubt Hartnett's acting ability. This movie certainly proved me wrong. He and Ford worked supurbly together. The one liners and witty quips were abundant, yet done in such a way that I wasn't bombarded. All around a great film, where else can you see Ford riding a pink bicycle or Hartnett doing yoga?
This one is definately a must see. The car is pretty snazzy too!
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