Overall Rank: 5484
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 104
Theatrical Release Date: 10/12/2007
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 02/12/2008
Genre: Thriller, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Director: James Gray
Actors: Alex Veadov, Eva Mendes, Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, Robert Duvall, Dominic Colon
Plot: Two brothers, who are on completely different sides of the law, are involved with the Russian mafia...but in different ways. One is a night club manager while the other one is a police officer. Which one tries to save who?
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sapien - wrote on 10/24/2010
From what I can remember, it's a pretty good movie. But then again, I tend to like really gritty movies like this one.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 03/19/2012
Joaquin Phoenix plays a nightclub owner approached by his brother who is a policeman in the NYPD to help him investigate a drug dealer. We Own The Night has the heavyweight names and artsy photography to trick the casual browser into thinking that it is an intelligent and insightful piece of film making. Unfortunately, the cocktail of nasty Russian gangsters, dysfunctional cop family stereotypes and bedside vigils is straight out of a Steven Seagal movie. In fact Phoenix's shambling, mumbling performance even reminded me of the kung fu fatso, and by the end when the NYPD hands over a badge and a shotgun to a guy who serves drinks for a living it actually seemed even less credible. On the other hand, at least Seagal films can be so bad they're amusing, whereas this is just …
BryanFury - wrote on 11/12/2007
This movie really blew it out of the box, acting wise. You can never go wrong having Joaquin Phoenix as lead actor in this dark tale of Guns, Goons and Gold. Step inside the mind of director James Gray into his underworld of cops and gangsters. The movie started out slow, I mean really slow and if you’re not enthusiastic enough you could fall asleep right about the opening credits. It definitely sets you in the mood upon hearing its mellow dramatic theme, reminiscent of the all time classics like Scarface and The Untouchables. I’m not saying it’s as good as them, but it just reminded me of those movies upon hearing the opening music. Like I said it was a really slow pace from the beginning of the movie to the climax. And you also need to listen carefully in the dialogue because …
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