Cop Out Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 13978

Average Rating: 2.2/4

# of Ratings: 96

Theatrical Release Date: 02/26/2010

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 07/20/2010

Language: English

Genre: Comedy

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Kevin Smith

Actors: Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, Michelle Trachtenberg, Seann William Scott, Adam Brody, Jason Lee

Plot: Two cops with conflicting personalities find themselves on the case of a stolen baseball card, a Mexican beauty and laundered money. -- Chris Kavan

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Matthew Brady - wrote on 06/02/2014

This movie got under my skin in a bad and gross way. you know that feel when you are watching a bad movie and you get that chilling feel inside, yeah that's what this movie did to me.

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FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 11/27/2012

Nothing special. It is a funny buddy-cop movie that fans of the genre will enjoy. I liked it a lot and will re-watch.

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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/12/2011

I feel so stupid for renting this movie & then watching it without falling asleep.Cop Out has to be 1 of the most dumbest movies I've ever seen & I'm an idiot for wasting my time when I should've turned it off after watching the 1st 10 minutes

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Shoot First, Laugh Second, Think Last!

MovieAddict - wrote on 02/04/2012

Jimmy (Bruce Willis) and Paul (Tracy Morgan) are longtime partners in the NYPD who are trying to bust a drug ring when things go wrong on a stakeout and they find themselves suspended from duty. To make matters worse, Monroe's daughter (Michelle Trachtenberg) is engaged, and the only way to save face with her and show up her stepfather (Jason Lee)is to pay for the entire wedding. Paul also has his fiar share of problems because he is convinced that his highly attractive wife (Rashida Jones) is having an affair with her neighbour (Michael Pitt).

Unfortunately Jimmy gets unceremoniously robbed by Dave (Seann William Scott the guy from the American Pie series) and the card ends up in the possession of Poh Boy (Guillermo Diaz) a ruthless Mexican gang leader, who also happens to be a …

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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 01/10/2012

James "Jimmy" Monroe and Paul Hodges (Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan) are partners for the NYPD. Paul suspects his wife from cheating while Jimmy tries to sell his card to pay for his daughter's wedding. Much like a Sandler film, it had too many unbelievable scenes like a cop pointing to people when talking, quoting movie lines, dragging Dave (Seann William Scott) at the back of the car, and many more. It had its funny moments and soundtrack decent. The major suspect is the dreary script, which is unfortunate since the director writes wonderful screenplays. Intent was good, if only the script and execution were well though of. Cop Out overall is a childish cop flick that only diminishes our intelligence when it comes to comedy, as if we were watching a sitcom on television.


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Bruce Willis Didn't Get The Memo

MovieMike - wrote on 12/22/2011

Memo To: Kevin Smith
Subject: Movie-Making Suggestions
Kevin, the next time you go to make a film, you might want to consider having a script first. Better still, if you have a script, get someone else to read it over - preferably someone you don’t know that well and might give you an honest opinion. If it’s another comedy, jokes would be good – but they have to be funny next time. While you’re at it, look up the word contrived. That style doesn’t make for a good film – ever!

Memo To: Bruce Willis
Subject: Career Moves
Bruce, remember ‘The Sixth Sense’? How about ‘Tears Of The Sun’? These were good roles. Did you even look at a script for ‘Cop Out’? Oh wait, there wasn’t one, was there? Are you gunning for quantity over quality these days? The goal is to …

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