Fan-favorite filmmaker Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy) directs the first movie he didnt write himself Cop Out, starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan (30 Rock) as mismatched cops. When a bust goes wrong, they get suspended, forcing Willis to sell a treasured baseball card in order to pay for his daughters wedding. But while selling the card, it gets stolen, sending the pair on a wild chase featuring a parkour-loving housebreaker, a hot Latina trapped in the trunk of a Mercedes-Benz, a 10-year-old car thief, and a lot of other goofiness. Its hard to believe that Smith didnt have a hand in the writing, as the comedy has all of his loose, ramshackle habits (and his reliance on jokes about poop and male genitalia)--though much of it also has the feel of being improvised by Willis and Morgan. Cop Out wants to mock buddy-cop movies, but it also wants to be a buddy-cop movie these conflicting impulses are never harmonized, so the whole movie feels out of tune. The star-studded supporting cast includes Jason Lee, Michelle Trachtenberg, Seann William Scott, Fred Armisen, Kevin Pollak, Adam Brody, Rashida Jones, and Susie Essman.
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This is one of the funniest movies of 2010. This is a must see. You will laugh throughout the entire film. Bruce Wilson shows a side of him that has never been protrayed in his other films. Tracey Morgan did an outstanding job.
This review is from: Cop Out (Rock Out with Your Glock Out Edition) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) I think we might like it but we were unable watch all of it because halfway into the movie the sound does not match up with the person talking, drove us crazy.
I don't know what everyone else is on, but this movie was one of thebest comedies I've seen in years. It's a HOMage to 80s buddy copmovies. But this actually improves upon them, imo. It didn't have thatserious section that those did. This was wall to wall laughs. It wasn'tjust me. Everyone in my theater was laughing beginning to end.The cast was sooooo perfect. He chose really funny people to fill outhis cast all the way down to a pretty small role for Adam Brody who Ididn't realize was hilarious until I saw him in 'Thank You for Smoking'where he was just great. I didn't like Tracy Morgan for a long time. Idon't know maybe I got used to him. But he's seemed okay on "30 Rock".He's hilarious in this. But the funniest of the funny is Seann WilliamScott. You should see it just for his role. Susie Essman, GuillermoDiaz, the 11 year old kid, everyone really makes it work. In thebeginning Willis looked a little bored, he works as often as anyone somaybe that should be expected, but eventually he got with it and thenit was all smooth sailing.I've seen some bad reviews and I don't know why. Maybe you have to be amovie fan, or Gen X or something to get all the references. And thereis a doozy that references a cult favorite that I truly and loudlyLOL'd at. I'm sure I missed some jokes because I was laughing at otherones. But I'll catch it when I watch this one again. And I know thismovie is going to be super rewatchable. Even the songs they used wereperfect. I would only not recommend this to people who have a problemwith bad language. But why would they even be considering it anyway?
This review is from: Cop Out (Rock Out with Your Glock Out Edition) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) COP OUTSTARRING: Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, Guillermo Diaz, Sean William Scott, Ana de la Reguera, Kevin Pollak, Adam Brody, Jason Lee, Rashida Jones, Cory Fernandez, Sean Cullen and Michelle TrachtenbergWRITTEN BY: Robb Cullen and Mark CullenDIRECTED BY: Kevin SmithRated: RGenre: Action / ComedyRelease Date: 26 February 2010Review Date: 23 September 2010I know Cop Out could have been better, but I enjoyed it. Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan is about as odd a match as you can find; but, man did they mesh terrifically! Morgan's off the wall and insanely spastic comedy, up against Willis's mug, tough-guy cop routine was a riot!Up until Cop Out, I had despised Tracy Morgan in everything I had ever seen him in. He just got on my nerves. I don't know if it's his new hit show 30 Rock (I haven't seen it yet) or what; but the guy has turned over a new leaf and had me rolling with laughter. I loved him in Death at a Funeral as well.Willis plays Jimmy Monroe and Morgan plays Paul Hodges. They're New York detectives who have been partners for 9 years, which Paul is more than grateful for, and seems to leave a sour taste in Jimmy's mouth.Jimmy's daughter is to be married and he can't afford to pay for her elaborate wedding and that just kills him; especially considering his ex-wife's new hubby (Jason Lee) has more than enough dough to cough up, and takes great pleasure in rubbing that in Jimmy's face.After they get into trouble with their Captain (which is almost a requirement in this genre) they're put on suspension without pay. Desperate for cash, Jimmy's pride gets the better of him, and he decides to sell a very valuable baseball card left to him by his father.However, when Jimmy and Paul head down to the card shop, they get the crap kicked out of them, and the card stolen at gunpoint. To make matters worse, they find themselves in the middle of a very nasty situation involving gun toting gangstas, kidnapping, drug smuggling, and a run in with none other than Sean William Scott.Cop Out being directed by Kevin Smith, you know you're in for a rude awakening; and if you don't, then I'm warning you now: lots of childish jokes involving fecal matter and sexual innuendos. But somehow when Bruce Willis is involved, they seem more acceptable and humorous, rather than vulgar and immature. The film wasn't written by Kevin Smith, and for that it suffers in creativity a great deal. It's Morgan and Willis who keep it fresh and entertaining.I loved the scenes of the two of them ripping on each other, and the ones where they team up against other cops in their precinct in verbal standoffs. My favorite would be where they pretended to call one another while sitting right next to each other, having a verbally abusive conversation about the two cops standing directly in front of them. And I have to mention the opening of the film. Tracy Morgan was hilarious, and as this was changed from the original screenplay, whoever's idea this was, deserves a gold star! Funny, funny stuff!Cop Out is a throwback to the classic buddy-cop flicks of the 80s like Lethal Weapon and 48 Hours. Is it in the same league as those? No; but it's in a new league of grotesquely funny, all on its own.
This is an upgrade to 2010 humor on buddy cop film. The Mr Cool guy with endless problems doing the good or bad thing. This laid back humor is pretty much daily fare spread over more intense events in a fun script. Cops get in trouble, are laid off. Has to pay for daughters wedding. Get $. Is robbed trying to sell the perfect baseball card. Its just one set up for laughs after another. Bruce Willis can do a very powerful subtle humor and keeps it there. Tracey plays the full house of mock emotions ingratiating - aggravated. This is real humor. Everyone is in good character form. Guillermo Diaz & de la Raguera are really perfect. Willis & Morgan have the most intensity of humor and crisp characters as do the villains. Luckily there are only 2 boring typical behaviour guys the other cop-types Pollack & Brody. They are used as straightmen. Sean Scott is sort of thrown in as extra plot and is really memorable easiest take away character from the film. Every one else does get to shine. This is not Jim Carey humor. So expect typical everyday humor and enjoy it. Very funny. Reminds me of old New York humor being unrelenting biting inside-churning humor. It looks like it made good for the studios too.
Cop Out could have been an American equivalent of Hot Fuzz but it instead feels like an anachronistic forgotten film that you once owned on VHS.
Unquestionably Kevin Smith's weakest movie to date...
Coincidence, bathroom humor, profanity, derivative action, a laugh. Yes, copout, as in desperate attempt.
a good entertainment. Sadly people dont like this kind of movies much and so its downgraded for actually NO real reason! Since I actually measure movies now on the unbelievable idiodic ratings for Avatar, where only the visuals were worth mentioning, I have to say, its not Avatar, not so much "blue man group stuff" in it, but its certainly better entertainment!Conclusion, worth watching if you dont expect avatar visuals, a shutter island story, a tissue drama but instead a few really good laughs instead!
With Kevin Smith directing you can't go bad with a comedy and this movie lives up to that. Tracy Jordan (Paul) and Bruce Willis (Jimmy) are just your average cops solving crimes their own unique way. This movie's story is pretty good, and the comedy is spot on. This movie keeps you laughing for most of the journey and even has some good fighting sequences.I won't give away too much of the story, but you have Paul in a normal marriage and Jimmy trying to find a way to pay for his daughters marriage. The story is simple, but with a comedy you don't need a super complex story, and I found it compelling enough. Bruce and Tracy make the quarks of their characters even more outrageous and funny, and the acting is great.The soundtrack just has some good songs during the course of it, but you're not really paying attention to the music, but laughing instead. New York looks pretty cool, but you can't really go wrong with downtown New York setting for a cop movie.The special features only include deleted scenes, but they are all new scenes and not he "extended" scenes. Majority of these scenes are just as funny as the movie, and I can only guess they were cut due to pacing. Overall they range to about ten minutes or so, and I do wish they included more special features.I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to laugh, and enjoy good humor. I found myself laughing through the majority of this film, and not many movies do this.~ Written: August, 2010Positives:* Funny throughout* Has some action, even for a comedy* Nice settingNegatives:* Not many special features
Kevin Smith, usually a crack writer, actor and director hiccups badly in this truly awful "buddy-cop" movie that stands alone in outstandingly horrible writing. Bruce Willis phoning in his role with Tracy Morgan mugging for the camera. Bad, bad, bad and bad!!
Cop Out casts Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan as a couple of policepartners with some serious issues. Willis's former wife is now marriedto a wealthy second husband who delights in tormenting Willis about howhe can pay for the wedding of Willis's daughter out of petty cash. Asfor Morgan, he's insanely jealous of his wife and worried aboutinfidelities.Morgan's going to find out about his wife once and for all because hehas installed a surveillance camera in a teddy bear in their bedroom.As for Willis, he's got a mint condition Andy Pafko 1952 Topps baseballcard which was number one in the series. Should be worth more thanenough to collectors to pay for the wedding.But when they go to a memorabilia dealer these two pick a time whenit's being robbed and Willis gets himself tasered. In looking for thelost Pafko the two of them get involved with a drug dealer and get intoan ongoing investigation of same.Of course it all works out in the end in a sort It's A Mad Mad Mad MadWorld kind of way. Sometimes the humor is rather forced, for exampleI'm not sure how Tracy Morgan's regularity got to be a subject forhumor.Seann William Scott has a nice role as the robber who tasers Willis,but who later joins forces with Willis and Morgan, kind of. He also hasa beautiful 'resurrection' scene.I will say someone did their research on Andy Pafko. What they sayabout Pafko who was a Brooklyn Dodger in 1952 is all quite trueaccording to Wikipedia which also explains why that particular card isso prized. Cop Out will have its supporters among the fans of the leadplayers, but no one will ever say it's their best work.
This is a lousy, invention-free script, and Kevin Smith -- an interesting and valuable filmmaker here doing his first direction-only work for hire -- cannot do anything to save it.
I dont understand how reviewers can give this movie 4 or 5 stars. Certainly there are much funnier movies out there. What rating would they give those movies? 5 star reviews on every movie they watch? Come on now. I understand the kindness in giving a 5 star rating but this review is more serious and accurate cause thats what you come here for, an honest review. I went to the theaters to watch this movie cause I think Tracy Morgan has a lot of talent, he's a very funny character Im sure you can agree. So I was looking for something original and hysterical in this movie from Tracy. I found one good line that made me laugh from his dumb sense of humor (dumb in a good way) and thats all I got here. Nevermind watching the movie for its plot you watch this movie for its humor so Im not going to get into that you can read the description. I guess it was worth the $7 ticket for that one hit from Tracy (its something I can remember coming from the movie), every other line was a miss but others found more humor in it at the theater so if you want to watch it feel free Im sure you'll find something thats pleasing to you. Now Jim Carrey, Jack Black, and Will Ferrel have all had excellent humorous roles (and rightfully deserve higher ratings) and I still await a good role for Tracy, but this movie wasnt it. So 2 stars on this movie cause I expect more and Im sure we can see better movies in the future with Tracy Morgan. As for Bruce Willis's performance its certainly no Die Hard or Fifth Element. Its nice to see a Bruce Willis / Tracy Morgan combination but this isnt that action packed movie from Bruce Willis with a humorous side kick tagging along. Or maybe it is just not as good as it could have been. It seemed these two tried so hard to make the movie funny but it was all silly humor. Great actors but a bad script.
It's like Beverly Hills Cop meets Die Hard, except we liked those movies.
Great movie! I don't understand why everyone is hating on it I had a blast watching it plus i'm a huge kevin smith fan.
Cop Out was a stupid movie. The only reason to buy this film is for the Blu-ray which includes the Maximum Comedy Mode which is basically what Zach Snyder did for Watchmen. The Blu-ray copy of the film is definitely worth a watch for any fan of Kevin Smith.
This review is from: Cop Out (Amazon Instant Video) I've really been looking forward to this movie hitting VOD. The trailer looked hilarious and with Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan I thought, "What could go wrong?" Well, the script went wrong. Extremely, extremely weak. There is no question that Willis and Morgan have chemistry, but with such a weak script it seemed at times they were trying their absolute best with what little they had....which wasn't much. Thin plot...very contrived. Also, I feel they were trying to do a throw back to the 80s cops movie era (note the the music, construction of the plot, and the stereotypical minor characters) and it just didn't work. It was old, and tired. They should have gone for a much more cutting edge, fast paced (this was NOT fast paced), zinger after zinger style. That would have been GOLD. This should have been so good that a COP OUT 2 or even 3 could have been viable.It had a few (very few) funny moments, but overall, I was disappointed with this one. I gave it three stars instead of two just because I like the two main actors so much, and because Sean William Scott was hilarious. One of the better written roles.
This was another movie I decided to watch with my movie theatre workingfriend. With names like Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, and director KevinSmith attached, Cop Out sounded like a can't miss comedy. Well, thiswas more of a hit-or-miss flick for me with the funniest linesconcerning some sexual adultery as discussed between Morgan and SeanWilliam Scott as an annoying thief arrested by cops Bruce and Tracy. Ialso liked when they mentioned "Rabbit Season" "Duck Season" as part ofthe argument. Morgan also had some good solo moments though I thoughthe was too over-the-top when he quoted all those movie lines in thebeginning interrogation scene. So while the story was easy to follow,the cast and writers mostly seemed to strain for laughs, I mean, howcan someone like Smith veteran Jason Lee appear for a cameo and not sayanything even remotely funny? So yes, he was wasted and so mostly wasRashida Jones as Tracy's wife though there was one amusing scene ofwhen she turns the tables on her husband. So on that note, Cop Outdefinitely lives up to its title...