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R| 1 hr. 50 min.

Plot Summary
Martial arts expert Detective Nick Chen (Chow Yun-Fat) teams up with his colleague Danny Wallace (Mark Wahlberg) to keep several gangs in New York City's Chinatown from annihilating each other. They must contend not only with the increasingly power-hungry gangsters, but also with the temptation of bribery and corruption as the bad guys divide and conquer the police forces. In what's beginning to seem like a losing battle, Chen and Wallace struggle to establish law and prevent more bloodshed.

Cast: Chow Yun-Fat , Mark Wahlberg , Ric Young , Jon Kit Lee , Elizabeth Lindsey , Byron Mann , Andrew Pang , Paul Ben-Victor

Director: James Foley

Genres: Action

Distributor: New Line Cinema

The Corruptor (1999)

Release Date: March 12th, 1999|1 hr. 50 min.

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  • What you get in this cop drama is NYPD Blue lite. That's not bad. In fact, it's compulsively watchable. But there are no leaps, just fits and starts. show more

  • The Corruptor' quickly turns into a good bad-cop drama of fascinating moral complexity. show more

  • At this point, "The Corruptor" looks as if it's going to be just a rehash of an early Dirty Harry movie, but it surprises by taking us inside Chinatown, where we discover just how sinister and elaborate the relationships between the police and the businessmen can be. [12 Mar 1999] show more

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