Two corrupt cops set out to blackmail and frame every criminal unfortunate enough to cross their path. Events, however, are complicated by the arrival of someone who appears to be even more dangerous than they are.
The Forgiven takes place over a weekend in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and explores the reverberations of a random accident on the lives of both the locals and western visitors to a house party in a grand villa.
John Michael McDonagh
Caleb Landry Jones
Dennis L. Rader systematically tortured and killed innocent victims for over two decades, evading the police for over 30 years while living a seemingly normal life as a husband, father, security officer and church president.
A maniac butchers a fashion model on a Caribbean island and leaves the body to be eaten by rats. The model's sister suspects something isn't quite right with the police investagation and ... See full summary »
Bob Bolano and Terry Monroe are two crooked Albuquerque PD detectives. They tend to hustle criminals but their methods have landed them in hot water with their boss, and they are on their last warning. They get wind of a heist and decide to muscle in on the action, robbing the perpetrators. Unfortunately for them, the mastermind of the heist is someone out of their league, someone they would do well to fear.Written by
As he is walking across the street, Bob pulls out his pistol and racks the slide. This would either eject the round in the chamber, which it does not appear to do, or load a cartridge. In any case, a police officer would always carry his firearm loaded, and would never need to do such a thing. See more »
I've always wondered if you hit a mime, does he make a sound?
[mime thuds and rolls over their car]
Well, now you know.
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I liked Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Pena in it. They had the chemistry that makes for good buddy cop movies.
The buddy cop parts of War on Everyone was really cool too with Paul Reiser as that boss that always comes down on them hard for being good cops(although in the case they are far from good cops). The look and feel of War on Everyone feels like a classic cop show from the 1970s, which was very cool.
But they needed far better material. The movie lacks interest for my taste. Love the concept, thought the implantation of the concept was a bit of a snooze.
Overall, it is worth checking out.
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