Written July 28, 2015
I was so excited to see this movie due to some of the actors.. However, the whole movie seemed to drag. It was a good plot, but I wish I hadn't wasted my money.
YOU be the judge!.
Written February 12, 2016
This is a gritty cop drama that takes place in New York City . Mark plays a New York cop that is involved in a shooting of a civilian [he is cleared] . He is forced to retire [he is told that it would be better for the city] and he becomes a private detective . Russell is the mayor and he hires Mark to investigate his wife , Catherine , whom he suspects is having an affair [re-election is coming up and he doesn't need the bad publicity] . Barry is Russell's opponent in the upcoming election and Kyle is running Barry's campaign . There are dirty politics at play , as well as blackmail and believability issues [who is telling the truth and who can you trust ?] .
It's rated "R" for language , sexual content [there is some semi-nudity] and violence and has a running time of 1 hour & 49 minutes .
It was good but not much better than what you might see in a t.v. show .
It's not one that I would buy on DVD but it would be alright as a rental .
Written February 07, 2016
This film included some of my fave actors/actresses, so I had high hopes. The movie was entertaining and had some intriguing twists along the way. I felt like some of the twists didn't add enough value to the film to have been included; however, they didn't take away from the picture, either. Great performances from Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe and supporting cast.
Overall, an entertaining movie.
Written March 30, 2015
The movie was fine but seriously compromised by the absolutely horrible seats. If the seats hadn't been so bad, then I think I would have enjoyed the movie even more. Two of my favorite actors was hard to pass up! I got a little lost when trying to connect the dots, but, in general, I liked the movie and acting.
Written July 30, 2015
Actaully did enjoy this film, but for some reason I could not get past Russell Crowes doo????
Although I love Catherine Zeta-Jones, I think she should have had more presence on screen.
One scene that I found to be somewhat far fetched, was on the train to Montauk when Mark Walbergh and the campaign manager have their banter back and forth, I found it unbelievable since it was supposedly such a big deal when Walbergh had his high profile trial, that this guy would not have recognized him?
Quite the cast of Great Actors, just seemed like movie was produced quickly to make a quick buck.