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Broadway's Finest (2012)

| Action, Comedy, Drama | 2012 (USA)
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Broadway's Finest is a diverting story about three struggling men who impersonate New York City under cover cops and chase down a notorious drug dealer in order to create their own cutting ... See full summary »

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Lewis
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Willy
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A.K. Lipson
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Larson
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Caesar
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Saveno
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Broadway's Finest is a diverting story about three struggling men who impersonate New York City under cover cops and chase down a notorious drug dealer in order to create their own cutting edge police drama. Desperate for success, they enter the dangerous world of undercover police work to get the authentic material they need to create their show. As the exploits of the ill-prepared detectives get them deeper and deeper into the case, they are driven to extremes. Do these guys really know what they're playing with? Will they survive the dangers of the street? Things are rarely what they seem in this gritty dramatic comedy. Written by Anonymous

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2 July 2012 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

This was a film full of great performances and an entertaining mix of humor and intelligence. The clever choices made by Adrienne Correa made the film tight without giving away any surprises. Stephen Marro's direction and writing kept me watching and guessing. The performances were brilliantly balanced creating relationships that had me guffawing. So glad I got the opportunity to see this film. Seen at the Hills Festival. In Litchfield CT. Chris Kerson is a scene stealer. Adam Stork takes as breath as the character Lewis and I was on the edge of my seat ready to crack up. I highly recommend this film. If it comes to a festival near you, see it!


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