Call the Cops
Michael from Clare, 17 May 2009
Colin Farrell had to be stoned and pissed when he read this script, Or else he was broke at the time. Absolute pants of the highest order. Oirish cops in Boston or wherever, I was that bored. One of them is bad, the others aren't so bad etc etc etc. Big deal. It amuses me that an obviously talentless twat such as O'Connor get's money to make this dross. Oh, and theres a Pogues song in the background in a Pub scene, maybe it was The Waterboys, whatever.... ah sure isn't it great. No actually, its
Pride & Glory
Frances from Clare, 05 Aug 2009
Not a bad corrupt police drama. Good cop from three generation police family gets pulled in to investigating a drugs burst & finds himself faced with the possibility that his brother in law is mixed up in police corruption & his older brother has been turning a blind eye. With a couple of sub-plots thrown in its not a bad film.
Good Cop, Bad Cop, Great Movie
Dave from Dublin, 10 Sep 2009
A movie centered on a multi-generational family of NYPD officers. The family's moral codes are tested when Norton, investigates a case that reveals a police corruption scandal involving his own brother-in-law (Farrell). Very entertaining movie, keeps you interested throughout. Worth a watch.
Pride and Glory
Marie from Sligo, 17 Jun 2009
Now I taught this was a great movie despite the 2 bad reviews !! was not sure who was releated to who in the begining but got there, and would reccommend this as a must see Colin was good in it but his acting brother was better in this one.
More money on script please
Conor from Dublin, 18 Oct 2009
A film saved by great performances from Norton and Farrell but the script was poor and riddled with cliches. Cop flicks have a lot to live up to after Scorsese's The Departed. This doesn't even get close.