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Feb 23, 2010

Review: Cop Out.

02.23.2010 - Thanks once to Warner Bros Philippines for the exclusive press media invite for the red carpet premier of Cop Out. The special screening was shown on February 23, 2010 (Tuesday) at The Podium, Cinema 1 & 2.

About The Movie

Cop Out is an upcoming 2010 buddy cop comedy film written by brothers Mark and Robb Cullen and directed by Kevin Smith. The film stars Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan...

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The movie features two long time NYPD partners on case of a missing baseball card, and at the sometime dealing with individual characters' personal life. Things get hilarious with the connection with gangsters and a third party thief.

If your seeing this movie imagine this is one big TV sitcom, that would make you laugh out of your chair. Tracy Morgan brings his own brand of comedy to lighten up Bruce Willis serious character at the same time doesn't disappoint with his own humor. Sean William Scott is the third wheel, that gets in-between the buddy cop duo.

Though only has limited appearance he does make things interesting towards the end of the movie. So don't miss the end credits with regard to his character as the movie keeps rolling even as the credits are running towards the end.

This is the first time seeing Kevin Smith direct a film in a long time, since The Clerks 1 & 2 and Mall Rats from the 90s with a different take. Something different and refreshing to see how his style has changed. Too bad he didn't make any cameos as Silent Bob, but this movie was so much fun to laugh about.

The Verdict

Overall its a good film just to pass the time hanging out with friends, who enjoys watching this good film. The action scenes where not really the focus of the movie, but it gives a fair balance in seeing how the story develops. This movie scores a perfect 4 popcorn bags out of 5. Because the movie felt more like a TV sitcom than a movie itself.

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