Crime • R • 1997 • 1 hr 44 min
Decent thriller from the 90s. Nice to see Stallone playing a more serious and understated character.
A film carried by stellar performances from the four leads, taking on a more down to Earth story of cops and corruption.
The hero of this movie feels like a real person and not cool action figure man, which sets it apart from the rest.
Great movie! Stallone shines in this film just shows that the man can really act, brilliant cast too
One of Stallone’s best performances. Not an all time great but it is raw, intense, with great story reveals. Thrilling until the very end
My favorite cop movie, it's just perfect! And the cast is out of this world...
An invigorating (if derivative) film about the omnipresence of police corruption.
The movie gives a great insight into how the institutions we should be able to trust can get corrupted by greed something too common in USA.
Once in a while Sly Stallone makes a film were he fits like glove. Like the first Rocky or Rambo this is one of them.
Good police focused movie. It is not always accurate, which detracts a bit but is still highly enjoyable.
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