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17th September 2010

Summary:

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg star in this hilarious cop comedy set in NYC.

A pair of intrepid cops, Danson (Dwayne Johnson) and Highsmith (Samuel L Jackson) are living the law-enforcement dream. The criminals fear them, while their colleagues and the community revere them. They're the heroes of the New York Police Department - achingly cool from top to toe, with women and criminals alike falling at their feet. Then there are detectives Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) - they're 'the other guys', the lowly desk jockeys that just get in the way of glory boys like Danson and Highsmith. But when a fairly innocuous-looking case turns up, it's left to Gamble and Hoitz to take the reins. What first appears to be nothing begins to unravel and reveals the city's biggest crime yet. But do these guys have what it takes to bring in the bad guys?

Review:

I was truly stunned at how bad it was , I watched the trailer at home and thought it looked OK , EVERYTHING that was remotely amusing was in that 3 minutes the rest was horrible , the acting the premise and editing the camera work , was outrageously poor, I think what truly offended me was the lack of effort to even try string it together, It was insulting .I guessing someone said something funny and they wrote a scene to incorporate it then stitched them together like gran'ma's quilt .. It seems like a long string of comics are perfecting the "wounded" look (I blame Hugh Grant ), however they are subtitling it without any humor!! just standing there looking dumb , bewildered and misunderstood when they do something stupid ..do your job write a script instead