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Timmy Muldoon and the Search for the Shadoweyes Bandit (2013)

13-year-old Timmy Muldoon's home movie evolves into the Hollywood film of his dreams.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Timmy Muldoon
Muscle Bruce
Captain McClusky
Veronica Taylor
Officer Bill
Shotgun Lenny
Talya Ginsberg ...
Jenny Muldoon
Zach Taylor
Elijah King Esq. ...
Young Shadoweyes
Back Alley Ted
Young Thug
Young Veronica
Young Bruce
Andrew Higgins ...
Thug 1 / Big Thug


Timmy Muldoon is a traffic cop on the mean streets of the city. After his partner and best friend, Zach Taylor, was gunned down some time ago by a robber wearing a jacket with the Egyptian Eye of Horus symbol (the trademark of the Shadoweyes gang) across the back, Timmy has become bitter and cynical, spending a good part of his time with his new best friend, a whiskey bottle. Everyone tells him there's no chance of catching the perp who committed the heinous crime; his wife, his new partner, even his captain, but Timmy is determined to bring Zach's killer to justice, no matter what it takes. While on routine patrol one day with his new partner, Officer Bill, he spots a man wearing the familiar jacket and jumps from the squad car and gives chase. This leads to a strange encounter with Veronica, Zach's widow, and a startling revelation. While fleeing from two of Shadoweyes' thugs, Timmy learns that the gang has kidnapped Officer Bill and are holding him hostage. Will Timmy be able to ... Written by wiseguy-18

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Good Acting, Authentic Police Uniform
31 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pretty well-made little film, with an capable young man in the lead role. I found next to no info about it on the 'Net, and ended up having to hand-craft my own synopsis. Apparently Owen Teague had a dream to make a homemade video, and things just blossomed into what you have before you, a Hollywood-style Short Film Blockbuster! With cameo appearances by a couple of familiar (and big name) faces, namely Cuba Gooding Jr. as The Shadoweyes Bandit, and Jon Bernthal (Shane Walsh from "The Walking Dead") as Muscle Bruce, you can tell this ain't your run-of-the-mill Short. Production values are fairly high, most of the acting is well-done, and the story is part serious, part tongue-in-cheek, not afraid to tap into old cop-movie clichés when the need calls for it.

I was very impressed at the lengths they went to with Timmy's police uniform - Normally you see ill-fitting dark clothing, with a cloth 'badge' or some tiny, dime-store security guard-looking shield, and a plain belt with little or no equipment on it and a cap- or water-pistol for a gun, but Timmy is sporting a pretty well tailored, authentic set of clothes, with what is still surely a fake badge (it has no department or association on it, in fact, no words at all). But they really went all-out with the belt and equipment - We see a real leather police belt with holster, handcuffs, key holder, several pouches for extra cylinders of ammo, and a modern carrier for the walkie-talkie. His gun looks to be maybe a .25 revolver, of course not something a real cop would carry, but more than enough to look good in the small hands of a 13-year-old.

I applaud all concerned for a well-made, enjoyable, and authentic-looking short film.

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