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    Brooklyn's Finest

    Post  sweetiy343 on Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:38 am

    " Very Happy "
    My 0-10 rating: 7
    Genre: Crime, Drama
    Director: Antoine Fuqua
    Screenwriter: Michael C. Martin, Brad Caleb Kane
    Starring: Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, Don Cheadle, Jesse Williams, Ellen Barkin, Wesley Snipes, Lili Taylor, Will Patton, Vincent D'Onofrio
    csi complete : 2 hrs., 13 min.
    Rating: R (for bloody violence throughout, strong sexuality including graphic sex, nudity, drug content and pervasive vulgarity)

    Gushing with bloody shootings, with enough of it to satiate even the most bloodthirsty violence aficionado for the next year, "Brooklyn's Ficsi DVD " is immersed, almost csi show on dvd ed, in its csi collection ping csi dvds[/url] y.

    This is by director Antoine Fuqua who did the similarly mega-pcsi tv red photographic juggernaut, the 2001 "csi ing Day," a film which set a fairly unreachable standard of shadowy visual embellishment of everything falling within the reach of the camera.

    Again, drugs are the basic generators of all the evil, and desperate csi collection ans are the drivers of a plot that amounts to little more than a wearisome cliche in itself but is buried under character close-ups of such csi dvd collection ing intensity that your attention is riveted mercilessly. Fuqua's method to his madness comes at you like a tsunami of human hostility, leaving your senses immobilized possibly for hours afterwards.

    From the csi dvd set inning, it's obvious that the crime and corruption-ridden East Brooklyn streets are cellars of sudden death where no man can make the same mistake once -- and a csi show video 's shadow might not be his csi dvd set . Burning suspicions, catastrophically greedy motives, instant revenge and the erasing of individuals with chilling efficiency make the expression "lifestyle" irrelevant and deathstyle the only point.

    Performances are unicsi ly outstanding with a virility of rare compulsion with each male and female csi show dvd er going at it as though this will be the ultimate judgment of his or her csi show dvd collection er.

    Plot values are rather inconsequential. The sheer pcsi series r of the portrayals of the violence are the focus of darkest artiscsi and friends .

    As the story makes csi series immediately, things do seem rather csi dvd collection hell itself on East Brooklyn. Our key characters -- three cops -- are Eddie (Richard Gere) who is stumbling through his csi seven days on the job, Tango (Don Ccsi and friends le) who's an undercover cop whose wife has left him over related issues, he now facing issues with his chief (Will Patton) and a hard-driving, snarling and snapping federal agent Smith (Ellen Barkin) who want him to set up his buddy Caz (Wesley Snipes) who's a drug dealer with Tango to be rewarded with a desk job, and narcotics cop Sal Procida (Ethan Hawke), an undeserving father who's forever csi tv ing that his hocsi on dvd is too small for his family even as he loafs around in a e basement csi show on dvd tainment room playing poker with his friends.

    Those are your basics, all played as stereotypes you've seen in films back into csi DVD . Filling out personalities are interludes between Eddie and his hooker girlfricsi show (Shannon Kane). Tango's inner conflicts over the prospect of betraying his best buddy, and the fact of Sal's having five kids and a wife (Lili Taylor) who's pregnant with twins, he being given to attending the confession booth.

    They're all headed for ugly csi involving unmitigated police corruption and downbeat with inner and exterior conflicts for each bleakly scripted cop. Yet with all the film's pcsi video r, its ccsi show dvd collection on raw violence has an even tone which does not work to its advantage. In irony, the violence actually becomes monotonous at times.

    Steel yourself for this. Then come and see what you think.

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