Brooklyns Finest

This is one of those films where the hardest thing to believe is that every characters life can be quite this rubbish, I am fairly sure the only time anyone smiles they immediately get roundhoused. There are three stories going on with a lot more going on than really needs to be, but this film works, even if all those different stories means you end up not quite knowing if anyone is a good guy anymore. If I was making this film the first thing I would do is change the names of two guys who hang out for the whole film together, because calling characters which are supposed to be hard “tango and cass” is just way too much like tango and cash. which incidentally makes it much more obvious who the good guys are!

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