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Plot: Jimmy's rare baseball card is robbed. Since it's his only hope to pay for his daughter's upcoming wedding, he recruits his cop partner Paul to track down the robber, a memorabilia-obsessed gangster. Runtime: 107 mins Release Date: 26 Feb 2010
I don't know what everyone else is on, but this movie was one of the best comedies I've seen in years. It's a HOMage to 80s buddy cop movies. But this actually improves upon them, imo. It didn't have that serious section that those did. This was wall to wall laughs. It wasn't just me. Everyone in my theater was laughing beginning to end.The cast was sooooo perfect. He chose really funny people to fill out his cast all the way down to a pretty small role for Adam Brody who I didn't realize was hilarious until I saw him in 'Thank You for Smoking' where he was <more>
just great. I didn't like Tracy Morgan for a long time. I don't know maybe I got used to him. But he's seemed okay on "30 Rock". He's hilarious in this. But the funniest of the funny is Seann William Scott. You should see it just for his role. Susie Essman, Guillermo Diaz, the 11 year old kid, everyone really makes it work. In the beginning Willis looked a little bored, he works as often as anyone so maybe that should be expected, but eventually he got with it and then it was all smooth sailing.I've seen some bad reviews and I don't know why. Maybe you have to be a movie fan, or Gen X or something to get all the references. And there is a doozy that references a cult favorite that I truly and loudly LOL'd at. I'm sure I missed some jokes because I was laughing at other ones. But I'll catch it when I watch this one again. And I know this movie is going to be super rewatchable. Even the songs they used were perfect. I would only not recommend this to people who have a problem with bad language. But why would they even be considering it anyway?
Awesome movie to watch. Hilarious to the core! Easy and light movie with good, cool acting from Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan and Seann W. Scott! I have not seen any of Tracy Morgan's roles before, but after this I am a fan. Bruce Willis brings in the usual tough cop feel but in a light and easy-to-digest role. The part where the cops entire a house and the owner lady comes in to grab the guns from the thief is awesome! The entire theater was down with laughter. Overall the direction was good and the things fell into place nicely in sequence. If you would like to see a comedy and enjoy, this <more>
is it. We were all choking with laughter by the end. Even at the very end there is a comical scene thrown in! Must watch movie!
A funny homage to the action-humored films of the 1980's (by Rodrigo_Amaro)
When did we become so uptight about comedies and about things that makes us laugh? When did we become so demanding about jokes and humor? It's a mystery to me that viewers didn't get a clue about what was so funny in "Cop Out", an homage to action-humored flicks of the 1980's but brought into a new decade. This film is light, well intentioned, hilariously funny and with good performances by the unusual team made by Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.Willis and Morgan play two suspended detectives with some personal goals to achieve. Willis wants to pay for his daughter's <more>
wedding and he needs money for it, and he would get the money by selling a rare baseball card but it was stolen from him and he needs to get back; Morgan's character doesn't trust his wife so much believing that she has an affair with the neighbor, so he keeps investigating possible affairs. But both of these cops are on the run trying to find Willis card that end up on the hands of some bad guys.The plot is silly but that's what is funny about "Cop Out". Not only the team made by Willis & Morgan were cool but the team made by Kevin Pollak and Adam Brody as the serious detectives were responsible for the most interesting and funny moments of the film; Seann William Scott goes very well with his usual comedy style, here playing a thief. The only problem with this film is the villain played by Guillermo Diaz, because this guy is so dangerous that there's no sense of comedy about him, it's not funny, and when director Kevin Smith tries to make of him a funny guy it is just too forced, weird.The 1980's references and the film references mentioned by the film buff detective played by Morgan are the best. Harold Faltermeyer's musical score in a moment taken from "Beverly Hills Cop" was a nice and funny reference you watch the scene and you instantly remember where did they took from . And the references of "Die Hard", "Beetlejuice", "In the Heat of the Night" and many other classics, used in a comic and interesting way but it only works if you know the mentioned titles.An easy entertainment, simple and very funny. 10/10
Shoot First, Laugh Second, Think Last (by madbandit20002000)
When the NYPD detectives, no-nonsense Jimmy Monroe Bruce Willis of . . .well, you f***ing know!!! and nonsensical Paul Hodges Tracy Morgan of "30 Rock" are introduced in "Cop Out", it's standard, slo-mo, movie tough. When Paul 'cons" a perp in the interrogation room, subjecting him movie quotes while, Jimmy, stunned, notes the sources, it's pure gonzo, courtesy of fanboy filmsmith Kevin Smith the View Askew saga , directing his ninth cine-opus which, for a first, he didn't scribed, and it's surprisingly limber and stable.After a sting <more>
operation goes south, the two heroes are suspended without pay, putting Jimmy in a corner when wanting to pay for his daughter's wedding and not letting his ex-wife's sleazy new hubby snarky Smith action figure Jason Lee do it. Salvation is in the form of a rare, valuable 1952 baseball card Jimmy has kept, only to be pilfered by a wiseass thief Seann William Scott of the theatrical "American Pie" films . Jimmy has to retrieve the card, but a vicious, baseball memorabilia-loving crime lord Guillermo Diaz of "Mercy" , a dead mobster's lady Penelope Cruz lookalike Ana De La Reguera of "Nacho Libre" and Paul's obsession with his wife's loyalty to him complicate things. A cop's job is never easy If the script formerly "A Couple of Dicks", because of obvious marketing reasons by brothers Marc and Robb Cullen staff writers on "Las Vegas" was helmed by any Joe Average director, the film itself would be average. Smith thankfully isn't, putting his stamp of profane and profound humor on the film, while strengthening his self-critical directional skills. Without a break, Willis juggles the personas Bud Abbott, Clint Eastwood and Lex Luthor don't start! ; Morgan, freed from TV censors, is the love child of Jerry Lewis and Biz Markie. Both guys are well cast. Diaz and Scott are overgrown, criminal brats; the former shamelessly murderous, the latter a shameless mind-f***er. Ms. De La Reguera's pretty and profane when speaking Spanish; she's more than fits in Smith's world. As by-the-book rival cops Adam Brody "The O.C." and Kevin Pollak "The Usual Suspects" are required lulls. Comic Susie Esseman "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is a hoot as a gun-toting citizen. Longtime Smith d.p. David "Ooh, Navy Seals!" Klein perfectly captures the grit of South Brooklyn, New York, the film's locale."Cop Out" is more of a homage Jimmy and Paul disagree on the pronunciation of the word than an improvement to the buddy-cop genre, but Smith's direction make it film stand on its own and to be played on basic cable as nauseam. Memorize the lines, people.
I'm nicely surprised by the move despite of the predictable plot, but the movie has an amazing spirit, the feeling of the early 90s in really contemporary time action. The chemistry between them is so-o-o-o smoothly , I enjoyed much. In a fact all, but the bad guys performed really nice. On my opinion such movies are new technology killers. Both policeman are good partners and addition of the park-ur is a nice touch he, I think is the nice surprise of the actors . Well the story has some interesting trails as hitting child or police violence, but it is what make it more real than the 90s <more>
or late 80s, but with their ow style. Enjoy it. Cheers
Kevin Smith rocks out with his Glock Out! (by jeezycreezy-1)
Having followed the evolution of this most recent of Kevin Smith directed film fare from before it had its current name, I went to the movie theater this weekend both excited and worried. For the first time, one of Indie Film's greatest director's and pound-for-pound the greatest screenwriter in America, would be taking on a project not from his prodigious pen.I had reason to worry. Indie Director+Big Named Actor+Hit-0r-Miss Comedian get together to make a worn-out, made before, cop buddy movie right? WRONG!!! First of all, Kevin really has come along way from his early indie roots <more>
where his camera tended to sit idle while the dialog would unroll before you. I found myself forgetting that it was a "Kevin Smith" film and found myself just flat out enjoying every minute of a GREAT FILM! *Spoiler and Plot Points below* If this film has a weak spot it seems to be the premise but Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan get past the ill contrived script using each of their strong points. Jimmy Willis and Paul Morgan are two cops on suspension trying to track down a baseball card that was stolen from Jimmy to pay for a Dream Wedding. Jimmy is the unbelievably hard-ass cop I know, it sounds like typecasting but trust me, you have not seen THIS Bruce Willis Cop movie! and Paul is the completely unbelievable cop that somehow works in a way I cannot explain. In a very early scene Morgan And Kevin in editing proves that you can keep riffing and the scene will just keep getting funnier.The action is far better than I expected from the heretofore dialog driven Smith, proof that he truly is ready to captain more than "weed and fart joke" movies. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE all of his work, but to see this kind of growth in Smith since the much maligned but fabulous "Jersey Girl" gives me hope that we have yet to see his best work.If I could give individual ratings for performances in the film I would have to hand a special 10.5 to Bruce Willis for carrying this ENTIRE FILM on his very broad shoulders and would have to give Tracy an 8 for acting, 11 for energy and a 20 for delivery of some rather tame dialog. However, if you are disturbed by a large amount of spittle, avoid watching him too closely.In closing I would like to say that Kevin Smith is Here To Stay, and I can't wait to see him in charge of more and bigger budget fare!
I saw this with my 15-year-old son, and we both laughed a lot, as did the nearly-full mid- afternoon theater audience. I have rarely seen such a stark disconnect between some scathing reviews and actual audience reaction.Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan have excellent chemistry. Morgan is consistently funny, and Willis goofs nicely on his own image. Sean William Scott is a hoot! You have to see his one- of-a-kind performance to believe it, and don't miss the credits!Yes, it's no masterpiece, plot, action, or comedy-wise. The primacy of Beverly Hills Cop and Die Hard in the action-comedy <more>
pantheon is undisturbed. No new creative ground is broken here. Kevin Pollack, unfortunately, is given little to do. Adam Brody was 10 times better in Mr. & Mrs. Smith, in a far smaller role. But on the whole, the movie does what one asks of an action-comedy: it makes you laugh many times, and it does not bore you.Ana de la Reguera is also an unexpected treat. Bonita y deliciosa.Me and my son give it two thumbs up!
I don't know what theater some people were in. (by Elderwillw)
I went into this movie knowing what type of movie it was. A comedy. I didn't have some kind of false premise of what this was going to be, it's KEvin Smith. As the movie opens the music tells you right now this isn't serious and it starts playing off possibly every "cop buddy" movie possible.As it opens Tracy Morgan shines in my opinion, he is energetic and a "perfect match" for Bruce Willis in this movie. Morgan lights up the screen with energy, practically bouncing everywhere. I loved him, as I do from all of his SNL skits and 30 Rock.If you go into this <more>
movie go into it knowing the actors - It will pay off in the end. In the theater I was in there were about 30 people and everyone was laughing, including myself.Go out and have some fun - nit picking at minor details and going into the movie with that in mind it is actually quite funny and enjoyable.
Kevin Smith's first directing gig that he didn't write himself, "Cop Out," finds the director re-teaming with his "Live Free or Die Hard" co-star, Bruce Willis, as well as Tracy Morgan and Seann William Scott, who both starred in his 2001 film and quite possibly the biggest inside-joke put to film, "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back." More than that, though, the film is a brilliant throwback to the glory days of such 80's buddy cop franchises as "Lethal Weapon" and "Beverly Hills Cop." You'll recognize key dialog from the former <more>
while the composer for the latter, Harold Faltermeyer, makes a glorious return to the genre with a quirky retro score that sets the mood just right. Bruce Willis plays the straight-man to Tracy Morgan's...well...Tracy Morgan is really just playing every character he's ever played here, but the way in which he bounces off of Willis who himself seems to be trying hard to keep a straight face in many scenes keeps it from feeling tired or stale. While this odd-couple/cop formula has been done to death in the past, it works for this film and is done in a loving way that pays tribute rather than re-hashes.Smith, whose films are mostly talk, proves himself to be a competent action director at times throughout the film. It's funny to think that the man who made "Clerks" made a polished studio film such as this, but it's a sign of maturity more than selling-out, so rest easy fanboys. The script by Mark & Robb Cullen is whip-smart, witty and never leaves you longing for a laugh. Even if you don't gel with the story about a rare baseball card landing into the lap of a high-powered drug-lord, you'll always find yourself laughing along with the film. It also helps, too, that each and every player seems to have had a good time making the film, and that translates into the final result.One could make the argument that Smith himself could have re-written the film and made it all the funnier, but much of the humor in the film comes from the on-screen chemistry. It's about as good of an 80's buddy cop throwback as you'll get, and is rounded out with a brilliant cast that also includes Guillermo Diaz, Kevin Pollak, Adam Brody and Jason Lee, among others. Go into expecting a simple yet effective way of just how fun an action movie can be. As for Smith, he's shown significant range, and hopefully the film will help break him out from just being the guy who directed those Jay & Silent Bob flicks. Thankfully, "Cop Out" is anything but.