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Uptight and straight-laced, FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn is a methodical investigator with a reputation for excellence--and hyper-arrogance. Shannon Mullins, one of Boston P.D.'s "finest," is foul-mouthed and has a very short fuse, and uses her gut instinct and street smarts to catch the most elusive criminals. Neither has ever had a partner, or a friend for that matter. When these two wildly incompatible law officers join forces to bring down a ruthless drug lord, they become the last thing anyone expected: Buddies.
|Studio :||Ingenious Film Partners, Ingenious Media, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Set Decoration,|
|Cast :||Thomas F. Wilson Michael Rapaport Michael Tucci Marlon Wayans Sandra Bullock|
|Genre :||Action Comedy Crime|
Funny, strange, confrontational and subversive, this is one of the most interesting experiences you'll have at the cinema this year.
Actress is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.
This is ultimately a movie about the very bad things that can happen when we don't address our unease, when we just try to brush it off, whether that's to fit in or to preserve our self-image.
The story-telling is good with flashbacks.The film is both funny and heartbreaking. You smile in a scene and get a soulcrushing revelation in the next.
Comical capers when Top fbi agent meets maverick cop and are forced to work together. Whilst Melissa McCarthy adds the same kind of humour And character to most of her roles, it's still a fun watch and raises a few smiles
It's not original to say that Sandra Bullock is a fine actress that picks awful films to appear in - well not this time. This well written slick film had my wife and I laughing out loud whilst watch it, a winner for Bullock. Having said that the real star of the film is Melissa McCarthy and her character Mullins - believable and unbelievable in equal measure Mullins is the perfect foil for Ashburn with wonderful verbal and physical interplay. Watch it, you won't be disappointed.
What can you expect other than this from Paul Fei(a)g. A self proclaimed 'comedy' that's raunchy only coz the lead characters are cussing (which as you know is the funniest thing ever right? F word hahaha. Instant laughter) which has subtle instances of awkward misogyny and blatant instances of chest bashing misandry.The movie is not funny. I didn't laugh at anything. The lead characters are an awkward nerdy FBI agent Sandra Bullock who tries to be 'sexy' with her 50 year old body and face... and... Melissa Mccarthy (Boston PD) who obviously takes the burden of being the comedy factor. How? By cussing and being fat. Being a gutter mouth is instant laughter right guys?It has stereotypical male characters as in all Paul Fei(a)g movies who are pussies. A chief at Boston PD who gets cussed out by Melissa every second... gets screamed and thrown things at. But keeps mum. An assistant at FBI HQ Marlon Wayans who wants to ask Bullock out but is shot down. An albino DEA agent who gets cussed out and then the writers sprinkle some out-of-the-left-field misogynist dialogues which makes it OK for him to be shot in the end the reason being he was a misogynist. The male antagonist who gets shot in the balls as in other Paul Fei(a)g movies. The FBI head is called 'puss in boots' coz he doesn't take the decisions Bullock n Mccarthy want.Coz there's nothing more witty than propagating that all men are bad. All men are to be shot in the balls. All men think women are losers at workplace. Its tough being a woman at workplace and super easy being a man. And they are dumb so they need to be hit with tic tacs even though they are the woman's superior (undeserving obviously).
This garbage is as predictable as watching a car commercial and only half as entertaining. Sandra has fallen on hard times as she Mary Sues her way as an FBI agent. Meanwhile, the fat heifer would be wonderful if she was muted during this movie and fast forwarded during her scenes. If you want a buddy cop, don't watch this pile of crap.