Cop Out (Blu-ray)

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Action star Bruce Willis and ace comic Tracy Morgan play bickering-but-got-your-back Brooklyn buddy cops. Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy) directs the gritty, goofball goings-on as the guys hunt for a stolen 1952 mint-condition baseball card, a hunt plunging them into a gunslinging war with a deadly drug ring. Batter up, fans. The boys are ready to take you out to the ol' brawl game!


Studio Warner
SKU 216059709
UPC 883929105724
UPC 14 00883929105724
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 1/29/2013
Rating Rating
Editors Note
Note Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan team up for the Warner Bros. police buddy movie COP OUT in this Kevin Smith-directed production. From a script by Robb and Mark Cullen, the story centers around police detectives Jimmy (Willis), a no-B.S. divorced dad, and Paul (Morgan), a crazy-talking loose cannon. Despite nine years as partners, the two lawmen can still sometimes seem like polar opposites -- especially when Paul's unpredictable antics get them suspended without pay. Already strapped for cash and trying to pay for his daughter's wedding, Jimmy decides to sell a rare baseball card that's worth tens of thousands. Unfortunately, when the collector's shop is robbed and the card vanishes with the crook, Paul and Jimmy end up going rogue, tracking down the card and the drug ring behind its theft, all on their own time, and without any backup -- except for each other.
New York Times "Mr. Morgan, basically doing what he does on '30 Rock,' but with guns and profanity, is an amusing foil for the dependable Mr. Willis..." 02/26/2010
Los Angeles Times "Willis turns out to be good foil for Morgan, creating a wall of amused restraint for the hyperbolic comic to bounce off of." 02/26/2010
Rolling Stone "[Smith] oversees a fun rapport between Bruce Willis and comedy MVP Tracy Morgan as NYPD partners..." 03/18/2010
Sight and Sound "Willis is stoic, unflappable and always palpably amused; Morgan sweats and raves, often to endearingly overheated effect. They make a fine team." 06/01/2010
Kevin Pollak
Guillermo Diaz
Bruce Willis
Seann William Scott
Cast & Crew
Kevin Pollak - Star
Guillermo Diaz - Star
Bruce Willis - Star
Seann William Scott - Star
Tracy Morgan - Star
Adam Brody - Star
Robb Cullen - Co-Star
Mark Consuelos - Co-Star
Ryan Quinlan - Co-Star
Michael Pitt - Co-Star
Jim Norton - Co-Star
Mando Alvarado - Co-Star
Jeff Chena - Co-Star
Jordan Carlos - Co-Star
Alberto Bonilla - Co-Star
Cory Fernandez - Co-Star
John D'Leo - Co-Star
Hannah Ware - Co-Star
Jason Hurt - Co-Star
Jeff Lima - Co-Star
Robinson Aponte - Co-Star
Jeremy Dash - Co-Star
Ernie O'Donnell - Co-Star
Ephraim Lopez - Co-Star
Larissa Drekonja - Co-Star
Juan Carlos Hernandez - Co-Star
Ana DeLa Reguera - Co-Star
Jacinto Taras Riddick - Co-Star
Sean Cullen - Co-Star
Fred Armisen - Co-Star
Marcus Morton - Co-Star
Keith Joe Dick - Co-Star
Susie Essman - Co-Star
Jason Lee - Co-Star
Michelle Trachtenberg - Co-Star
Ray Quinlan - Co-Star
Rashida Jones - Co-Star
Francie Swift - Co-Star
Harold Faltermeyer - Composer
Jery Hewitt - Stunt Coordinator
Michael Tadross - Production Manager/UPM
David R. Ellis - 2nd Unit Director
David Klein - Director of Photography
Ray Quinlan - Production Manager/UPM
Mark Cullen - Screenwriter
Robb Cullen - Screenwriter
Mary Aaron - Makeup Designer
Charlie Simunek - Special Effects
Michael Pitt - Assistant Director
Robert Fama - Hairstylist
Chryss Hionis - Set Decorator
Leslie Rodier - Post-Production Supervisor
Gloria Grant - Makeup
Mike Marino - Special Makeup Effects
Paulette Elkind - Makeup
Duane Moody - Hairstylist
Jayce Bartok - Co-Star
Adrian Martinez - Co-Star
Kevin Smith - Director
Technical Info
UPC 00883929105724
Number of Discs 2
Running Time 107 minutes
Aspect Ratio
Review Cop Out establishes its movie lineage right away, with a slow-motion toe-to-head tilt up, set to the Beastie Boys' "No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn," of black-cop/white-cop buddies Jimmy and Paul swaggering stone-faced toward the camera. Director/editor Kevin Smith (who notably didn't write the Cop Out script; this is the Clerks auteur's first feature-length work for hire) immortalizes his heroes as stock crime-flick badasses in their very first frame...So far, so middling -- until Smith complicates matters by following that shot with an opening sequence that sends Cop Out swerving into smarter territory: Determined to prove his bad-cop "acting" chops to a skeptical Jimmy (Bruce Willis), Paul (Tracy Morgan) interrogates a perp by subjecting him to an unrelenting marathon of movie character impersonations. Beginning with Al Pacino in Heat and moving, logically, through In the Heat of the Night and Training Day, Paul's "homage" (which he pronounces "homm-ige") eventually jumps off the rails. Jimmy, on the other side of the interrogation-room glass, can only gape at his partner's increasingly non sequitur charade: "Dirty Dancing? Star Wars? Everything on cable?!?"...Jimmy, a swinging-dick career NYPD cop threatened by his ex-wife's young, rich new husband (Jason Lee), tries to sell a priceless, long-treasured baseball card so he can pick up the tab for his daughter's wedding. That plan immediately goes horribly awry, thanks to interventions from Seann William Scott and the scene-swiping Guillermo Diaz as a textbook Mexican movie gangster with a baseball obsession. Jimmy and Paul have no choice but to Break All the Rules...Like most of Smith's movies, from Clerks to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back to Zach and Miri Make a Porno, Cop Out tracks a small arc of maturation for dudes who filter their own lives through popular culture. There was a sincere love letter to the transformative power of filmmaking baked into Porno, but its impact was diluted by what felt like strained overtures to the Apatow audience. On the contrary, Cop Out works as a love letter to film fandom, and, amid the ample violence and genitalia jokes, its strength is its sincerity. Working with a full-on studio budget for the first time in his decade-and-a-half career, Smith is still making movies about guys just like him. It may be masturbatory, but it's also some kind of creative integrity.
Reviewer Karina Longworth
ReviewRating 6
Product Attributes
Video Format Blu-Ray
Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times ...ridiculous fun in the Tracy Morgan- Bruce Willis pairing as two of Brooklyn's "finest"...
Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic ...laugh-out-loud funny.
Stephanie Zacharek, ...Morgan transcends the wayward silliness of Cop Out just by going for the gusto.

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