The criminals Rock Keats and Archie Moses are best friends and have been stealing cars together for one year. Archie invites Rock to join the gang of the drug lord Frank Colton without knowing that Rock is indeed the undercover detective Jack Carter, assigned to get evidences against Frank. During the police raid against a heroin shipping of Frank, Archie accidentally shoots Jack in his head. Once recovered, Jack declares Archie his enemy, and arrests him. But the former mates have to join forces against Franks gangsters and many dirty cops.
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This review is from: Bulletproof [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) I've had this on VHS for years. It was time to update to a more reliable format.This movie puts me in a good mood. Adam Sandler put his best foot forward with this comedy. Damon Wayans was believeable as a tough guy/cop. Adam Sandler is a crook because he is too dumb to hold a job "I don't know how to give people butter."Damon Wayans sets him up in an undercover operation to catch a big druglord. The plot takes several turns after Adam shoots him in the head and Damon says repeatedly, "It's my job," and then Adam tells him, "It was an accident." As the story moves on, "It's my job," sounds less and less compelling. Can a friendship last through a headshot, betrayal, and dirty rotten tricks?
This movie is actully really funny...I had seen bits and peices of it on T.V like 6 years ago but didn't think to much about it...When I ran into this one at the store I grabbed it quick...The story line is pretty good but very unbelievable but Adam Sandler makes it worth watching...He is really funny in this one...I would recommend it to anyone who likes comedies...
There is no better duo to find today as far as fun is concerned than DamonWayans and Adam Sandler. The two guys have nothing in common but togetherthey produce one funny scene after the other. Adam play a small dumbcriminal who has shot his friend by accident but can't prove that fact.Unfortunately Damon doesn't believe in Adam and he's looking for revenge. Afun-packed story now begins and the two guys break every law you can breakwith a lot of humour
Decent action/comedy that could have been a lot better. At least it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Sandler and Wayans make a good team, but not all of the comedy worked. There were a few genuinely funny moments, but nothing to write home about. There were some dull moments as well. All in all, this film is better than average, but far less than outstanding.
Damon Wayans and Adam Sandler team up in this film about betrayal,loyalty,friendship, and getting a gun in your a**. I actually found some scenesfunny, but this type of film isn't really made for Sandler (or Wayans forthat matter). But, they try, and they succeed, sort of. James Caan isgoodas a villain boss. B+
Just because a video rental place had this movie put in the wrong place (Family/Kids) the person should not have given it a 2. Come on! Grow up! On the back of the movie you can see an R rating. Well, I just saw this movie on television tonight and thought it was quite hilarious... possibly Adam Sandler's best. This is a very good Action / Comedy (more of comedy) and I will give it a 4. Damon Wayans was quite hilarious in this also. I think he was better off having the plate in the head.
Ok, call me a prude. I'm sure someone will. But I spent 15 years in the US Navy so that label ain't gonna stick. It just seemed like you couldn't go 2 minutes without somebody proving they knew how to say the word over and over and over. There is no way you would ever want to watch this movie in mixed company, IMHO. Watch the TV version. They sanitize it. Ok, about the movie itself, getting past the gratuitous language, it's not half bad. Other people will give a synopsis of the movie which I won't bother repeating. Petty crook Sandler becomes good buddies with (unknown to him) undercover cop Wayans who has to betray the friendship and bust Sandler. Sandler accidentally shoots him (in the head ... ouch!) but he recovers. They both wind up on the run and reestablish the trust and friendship and Sandler gives up his life of crime. So in the end, the movie is about that: trust and friendship. And for that it gets some stars in the ratings category. It has its funny moments and it has some good action and chase scenes. It would have been a pretty good movie by anyone's standards if they had just left out the needless language. And so I say, watch the TV version, don't buy the DVD. Just my opinion.
"Bulletproof" is one of the most homoerotic films ever made. Eitherintentionally or unintentionally, it comes across as an extremelysophomoric, clichÃ©d exercise in tired comedy routines that were tried andtested since the '80s. It is yet another comedy of mixed ethnic races --just like "Running Scared," "Lethal Weapon," "48 Hrs.," "Money Talks,"etc.It's so poor that apart from an entertaining setup the movie becomesalmostpainful to watch.The movie stars Damon Wayans and Adam Sandler as an undercover cop and anunsuspecting criminal respectively. Wayans, whose first film was theglorious "Roxanne," still knows his comedy -- it's just rather unfortunatethat he has lowered his standards so far as to appear in low-grade trashsuch as this.Sandler, who is occasionally funny in the right role ("Happy Gilmore,"alsoreleased in 1996, is great), gives one of his worst performances here. Hemumbles helplessly through the messy screenplay; there's a scene in whichthe two buddies find themselves inside a plummeting plane that had melaughing. Not because it was funny (intentionally at least) but because weare expected to believe that Sandler's character knows how to fly a planeashe takes the pilot's seat and simply pulls back on the throttle a bit tolevel it out. How humorous.Jack Keats (Wayans), who is doing undercover work and posing as a criminalto lure his way into a crime underworld with the help of unsuspectingpartner Archie Moses (Sandler). After a powerful crime lord's operation isbusted by Keats and his team, Archie accidentally shoots his so-calledpartner in the head.After a brief coma and a startlingly miraculous recovery, Keats is askedtotransport Archie to federal protection. He reluctantly boards a plane withArchie, only to be pursued by hit men, etc. Their plane crashes, theytravela bit, uncover a crooked cop, and that's it: the movie basically endsafterall of this. It is a measly 84 minutes long and feels even shorter. I meanthat as a negative comment. It's like watching a pilot for some sort ofbadtelevision sitcom loaded with foul language and violence -- stupid, dumb,revolting.The homosexual undercurrent I mentioned earlier is almost disturbinglyblatant. Some of it seems disgustingly intentional. Of course, I'm notgoingto say that any movie dealing with homosexuality is appalling. But themanner in which "Bulletproof" goes about portraying its characters andtheirfetishes is most disturbing. Take, for instance, the scene in which Archieand Keats spend the night at a small-town motel, run by a nerd withthick-rimmed glasses and a face which is almost revolting to look at. Forapparently no reason whatsoever, Archie goes into a long monologue askingthe motel owner if he'd like to spend the night with Keats, that Keats isgay, that they should try having a "sandwich" sometime with the man'swife.This goes on quite appallingly for at least three minutes. All the whileKeats is standing a few feet away but yet cannot hear what they'rediscussing? And that's just some of the film's more unappealing material.There's more, such as when Archie promises to do something with JamesCaan'scrime lord figure that I can't even write in this review, and then laterisasked whether he really said it or not. "No, I don't think I said that."Then there's lines such as, "I'm falling in love with you all over again,man," that indicate more than admiration between the two men. It doesn'tsound as revolting as it does in the movie -- like "Slackers" this filmleaves the viewer feeling dirty, rather than clean and uplifted. I have afirm belief that all the great buddy movies -- "Planes, Trains andAutomobiles," "Lethal Weapon," "Midnight Run" for example -- primarilyworkbecause of the characters, the actors portraying them, and thescreenwriter's ability to create realistic dialogue and have hischaractersactually go through progression. None here. Just lots of stupid chasescenesand unfunny buddy moments. If not for "Going Overboard" I'd call thisSandler's worst film. What a mess.2/5 stars.- John Ulmer
Bulletproof was a very quiet release, not seen at many movie theatres andunreleased in England. It starred Adam Sandler and Damon Wayans, withJamesCaan in a supporting role. Note also a small part for Monica Potter, seeninCon Air and that other movie she was in.Bulletproof struck just the right cord between action, comedy and even abitof drama, as the relationship between Wayans and Sandler changed,developedand grew.Right, enough of the fairly serious review, on with the funnylines:"Diisnneeyyyylaaand"" I'm gonna get a whole farm to pi** on you "" Hey Charlie, do you whack off a lot?"" Please take that outta my a**! "" The guy's going down on her, and she's eating an apple"" I think they're eating fajitas "Classic movie. If only it featured Austin Liversedge.
This review is from: Bulletproof (DVD) Bulletproof is a silly comedy with some pretty bad acting over all. Despite that, this will go down in history as one of my favorites. This was Adam Sandler's first attempt at making a more serious role after doing insane characters like Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore. Although this movie is no Big Daddy or Chuck and Larry, I would recommend it for any Sandler or Wayans fan!
Rock Keats and Archie Moses are best friends and have spent the pastyear together performing various small time crimes. This all changes when they become involved in a major drug smugglingoperation. Rock Keats turns out to be Jack Carter, an undercover policeofficer and tries to arrest Moses during a failed attempt to catchcriminal mastermind Frank Colton. However, Moses ends up shooting Carter and makes an escape. Moses is later caught and agrees to turn state's evidence on Coltonwith one condition, Carter escorts him in. When they meet, both arebitter towards each other. Unknown to them, Colton's men have orders to take out Moses and arriveto shoot down the transport plane. Carter and Moses end up bythemselves in the countryside with Colton's men closing in.........Back in 1996, Wayans was bigger than Sandler, but it was alreadychanging, Wayans had a string of flops and Sandler had just done BillyMadison.Wayans got top billing, and this is probably why it flopped big time.But it's a really fun easy going movie at a running time that couldn'toffend anybody. It a load of old cobblers plot wise, and the buddybuddy thing was dying a death, but the two leads are amiable enough andCaan wasn't too bad as the villain.It's not very memorable though, and it's full of clichÃ©s, but forSandler fans and Wayans fans, this will suffice.
Adam Sandler does it again, with another fun movie! This one is action-packed, and a great buddy movie. Damon Wayans is excellent in this film as well, and the two together make for a fun memorable show.The ending will leave you with a few loose ends, but you won't miss much... with an ending as funny as the rest of this film.
This review is from: Bulletproof (DVD) I rated this product this way because I got a clean DVD with no scratches or blemishes on the surface.
This is one of the best Adam Sandler movies I've ever seen. I'd give this movie 4 stars and recommend it to all fans of Adam Sandler and Damon Wayans.
This movie could have been better, but it works pretty well as an action comedy. It stars Damon Waynes and Adam Sandler, ..so you know they'll be some laughs. Their chemistry however is the best thing about the movie. I won't bore you with a summary, there are other reviews here that do a pretty good job with that.
This review is from: Bulletproof (Amazon Instant Video) Good movie, might be a old movie but its still decent. Adam sandler definitaly hits it off in this classic.
I'm not a big fan of Adam Sandler and I normally don't appreciate allthose buddy / action comedies. But I have to admit that this moviewasn't even the worst in the genre. Yes from time to time it can evenbe quite enjoyable. However, there's already a huge list of this kindof movies and "Bulletproof" certainly isn't the best of them either. Damon Wayans is an undercover cop who works with an unsuspectingcriminal, played by Adam Sandler, to catch the big boss of a drugcartel. What happens next is a mix of a lot of action and some funparts. The action sequences are nice to watch, but not every joke inthis movie works very well. Still, in the end it isn't too bad, butlike many action comedies, this one is very predictable and sometimesalso very much over-the-top. I guess this movie will be loved most by the people who like the genreor by the great fans of Sandler's work. Since I don't belong to any ofthese two groups, I give it only a 5.5/10.
This is an awesome comedy starring Adam Sandler, who is ALWAYS fun towatchand Damon Wayans who I can stand. They work well together and this movieisreally enjoyable, expecially if your in the mood for a comedy. Sure, theaction wasn't that great, but it's not exactly bad. I liked this movie..andI just want to say ADAM ROCKS!! My favorite scene - Adam singing I WillAlways Love You while taking a shower. Lol, he has major singing andactingtalent, and he's nice to look at too. Yum.
Watching the new disposable Ernest Dickerson action-comedy"Bulletproof," a cops and robbers buddy picture with Damon Wayans andAdam Sandler as the buds, is like munching great junk food. You know itisn't what you should be eating. Nevertheless, it smells delicious andmakes you smack your lips together when you chew. The action scenes,when the bad guys (sometimes even the good guys) get the cream puffskicked out of them, contain a lot of crunch. The crude-oil "SaturdayNight Live" comic scenes, which only anal retentive Neanderthals wouldsavor as instructive, are uproariously self-effacing. Serious filmgenre scholars may give an appreciative nod to "Bulletproof" simplybecause it triggers happier memories from classic action pictures, suchas Clint Eastwood's "The Gauntlet" (1977), Sam Peckinpah's "The KillerElite" (1974), and the 1958 Tony Curtis & Sidney Poitier version of"The Defiant Ones." Nobody but the average moviegoers who really knowsthe two perquisite words in movie-goingÂfun and fakeÂwill trulyappreciate this potboiler of a melodrama, with comedy tosses in aspice, for what it aspires to be.The corpses pile up as fast as the clichÃ©s in the derivative Joe Gaytonand Lewis Colick screenplay. As Detective Keats, Damon Wayans is castas an undercover cop who convinces Moses (Adam Sandler's dopey butlikable criminal blunder brain) that he is his best friend. The troublebegins when Keats bonds a little too well with Moses. Keats feelspersonally committed to bringing Moses in alive and well. When they tryto reel in the kingpin mobster, a wealthy used car salesman played withgleeful abandon by James Caan of "The Godfather." Keats concernshimself more Moses' welfare than the bust. In a weird "Pulp Fiction"torque of events, Moses shoots Keats in the head but neither kills norcripples him.Moses freaks out, leaves for Mexico, with his pooch (one of thosemagpie-looking Spuds McKenzie types) to become a bullfighter. The lawcatches up with Moses, and he agrees to testify against his boss (JamesCaan) on the condition that Keats serve as his bodyguard. AlthoughDamon Wayans is a truly gifted comic, he could take lessons from hisbrother Keenen Ivory about playing beefy, tough-guys. Damon acts morelike his "Major Payne" character here when he should have used hisrugged quarterback hero from "The Last Boy Scout." He is a cheese cakeaction hero here. But it is fun to watch the antics of Wayans andSandler (a foul-mouthed, 1950s' era Jerry Lewis wannabe) as theyblunder through a series of impossible obstacles. The filmmakers serveup seemingly non-stop action like a Saturday Morning televisioncartoon. They plunge our bulletproof heroes into several unreal butreally predictable predicaments. Eventually, the action brings ourbuddies to the big shoot'em up in James Caan's palatial residence andat least one surprise. If you figure out that surprise before theDickerson and company reveal it, you have obviously gone into the wrongtheater."Juice" director Dickerson got his start as a cinematographer for SpikeLee in epics such as "Do The Right Thing," makes "Bulletproof" lookmore visually slick and sophisticate than it deserves to be consideringhow imitative it remains. Each shot contains imaginative compositionalelements that you won't be able to savor on a small screen. Thelighting is extremely well-done. Actor James Farentino, who playsWayan's sinister police department superior, is lighted so evocativelythat he appears suspicious.Dickerson's big problem here is that the headlong action must breakintermittently at all comedy stops. "Bulletproof" employs comedy toinsulate its audiences from the effect of thinking too much about thewildly improbable scenes of simulated violence that recur throughoutthe film. After somebody gets iced, a joke is delivered to make youforget that they've been killed or, in the case of our heroes, escapedcertain death.James Caan indulges himself as the used car salesman drug lord. In onescene, he removes his toupee so it won't get dirty during a showdownwith Wayans. Caan gives his villainy the appropriate inflection for thekind of hokum that pads out "Bulletproof." He is nowhere near thebastard that he was in the Arnold Schwarzenegger thriller "Eraser." Theusual quota of souped-up car chases, gunfights, and four-letter oathsought to delight hardcore action fans, but they may miss the moreamorous matings that occur in the more dramatic male sagas. ComposerElmer Bernstein enhances the super-charged action scenes with somehumming, hipster-cool incidental music, especially in the introductoryurban car chase scene. "Bulletproof" is definitely no classic, but ithas its share of entertaining moments.
This was a real interesting movie with plot twists and a look at the world of the undercover cop, and how does he actually separate work from life? How does one go undercover for a year and then walk away? And who has a photographic memory anyway. Benson, Jenson... who cares? Someone is bad, someone is worse, and someone just has a grudge. And it was funny.