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February 15, 2010
This is one of the most powerful movies I have ever seen and I didn't see it in a movie theater... I saw it on my TV during a late night scroll through what was available. It gripped me so much... from the deaths of four officers to the very end. When you first hear that FOUR officers have been downed it's a terrible shock to the system... but as you follow the movie and see what has transpired
January 03, 2009
Limited screenings generally means one of two things in the movie industry: 1. It is a new release with a lot of hype potential that will explode late in the year to a huge audience or, 2. It didn't work out so well and nobody is showing it anymore. I'm not sure this particular movie falls under either category, oddly enough, so I'll create a third: 3. Wonderful gem, with little or no hype, that
November 17, 2008
I really enjoyed this movie but there were parts where the F-word was used non-stop. The story itself was very interesting though. The relationship between the father and his two sons, who were all cops, was very complex and made for a compelling story.
November 13, 2008
This movie is powerful, raw and honest and the acting is great. If you're squeamish, see something else. If you like a movie that makes you think, you'll like this one.
November 09, 2008
tedious, boring, dark and gloomy. overacted, predictable, way too long, and the biggest waste of an evening.
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Edward Norton is in top form as Ray, a burned-out detective whose investigation into the deaths of four cops leads him to suspect his brother-in-law, Officer Jimmy Egan (Colin Farrell, also terrific). Full Review
The New York Times
Not especially good, but there is enough rough artistry in Mr. O'Connor's direction to make you wish the film were better. Full Review
Pride and Glory would be risible if it weren't so reprehensible. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
The movie is as histrionic as it is ham-fisted, a bad combination that leads to scenes such as the one in which officers threaten to torture a baby to get their point across. Full Review
It's dj vu all over again. There isn't much more to say about "We Own the Night 2." Oops, make that Pride and Glory. Full Review