Movie Review

By Gregory Kirschling (EW.com)




After decades of Bochco dramas, The Shield, and other gritty TV police shows, cop movies today rarely have the understated oomph that guys like Sidney Lumet brought to them in the '70s and '80s. But Pride and Glory is an old-style exception, a tightly acted and emotionally bruising corrupt-cop family drama that feels like the kind of serious, slow-burn NYPD movie nobody — not even Lumet — makes anymore.


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Nov 1, 2008 10:28PM EDT

Norton ftw and I don't mean the anti-virus. Can't wait to see this

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