A police sergeant must rally the cops and prisoners together to protect themselves on New Year's Eve, just as corrupt policeman surround the station with the intent of killing all to keep their deception in the ranks.
On New Year's Eve, inside a police station that's about to be closed for good, officer Jake Roenick must cobble together a force made up cops and criminals to save themselves from a mob looking to kill mobster Marion Bishop. Written by
The word "fuck" and its derivatives are spoken 127 times. See more »
When the SUV flips over after having its tire shot out, a stuntman's elbow pad is visible in the window of the SUV while it is turning over. See more »
Listen to me. What are we talking about, really? Getting high? No. We're talking about a journey, man. A subconscious safari. A mental expedition, OK, a mind trek. This planet has been raped, pillaged and fucked! And the mind is the only uncharted territory
[picks up cocaine]
And this shit is the ship. It's the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria and you... are fuckin' Magellan.
[spills a little bit of cocaine]
Oh fuck... I spilled some.
So what do you say my ...
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Take your pick. All accurately describe this waste of a film. I'll never get these 2 hours of my life back. No movie should ever make you feel that way. This one does.
It tries SO HARD to be cool, hip, trendy. In reality it's none of these. It's tired. It's old. It's unintentionally funny. It's moronic in every sense. It's dumbed-down to the lowest possible common denominator of the human species.
Can't come up with a witty line? Throw in a few profanities to liven up the script. Can't come up with a scene that will hold an audience's attention for more than 30 seconds? Shoot another person in the head or jab another person in the face with a pointy object -- and I'm a person who uses the "F word" on a daily basis and I like some good violence in a movie. But not in this one.
Laurence Fishburne shows his versatility again -- this time by playing a quiet, subtle guy who you aren't quite sure about and who likes to use looks instead of words to make his point. Oh...wait. I kept waiting for him to look at Ethan Hawke and say: "Stop trying to hit me and HIT ME!"
And can anyone tell me what the point of Drea de Matteo's character "Iris Ferry" is? I can't, you can't, and neither can the director.
Don't waste your money on this garbage. If I could give it 0/10 I would.
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