Internal Affairs

Internal Affairs

DVD - 2017
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Rating: R.
A young Internal Affairs officer investigates a shady L.A. cop.
Publisher: Hollywood, California : Paramount Pictures, [2017]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (114 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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May 12, 2017

Could not take my eyes off of Richard Gere or Andy Garcia. The elevator scene was intense. This thriller is a great study of how one evil man can manipulate so many around him with such ease.

Jul 08, 2015

[Update - - 9/2017: Isn't this the same story currently in the news in Seattle? And did not a court award several SPD police persons $2.2 million just a few months back, founding favoritism in handing out off-duty assignments by Chief O'Toole???]

Normally I am not enthusiastic about cop shows, but the acting by Richard Gere and Andy Garcia is impeccable! Very well done film.

Sep 13, 2014

Worth the ticket just to see these guys nearly a quarter of century ago when they were much young when the movie was released in 1990: Richard Gere (40), Andy Garcia (34), Nancy Travis (29), Laurie Metcalf (35), William Baldwin (27). The corrupted cop story ain't much these days but was pretty shocking back then.

voisjoe1 Mar 12, 2014

This 1990 flick is the best police/crime thriller that I have seen in the last year. When I first saw it in 1990, I remembered that it was the first time I saw Richard Gere in a truly evil role and I truly hated him for it. Sorta’ like the time Denzel Washington played a corrupt cop in “Training Day.” You know the acting is great when you can’t stand the character they are playing.


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Sep 13, 2014

Amy: You know all your friends from the force? You don't have them anymore.

Amy: What Oakes said about your fellow officers respecting and honoring you is, as you probably know, complete crap. Most of the cops hate our guts. To the extent that they credit us with having any. They think we're climbers who went into I.A.D. for the promotions, which is true, not that we necessarily get them. So, they're polite because they're afraid of us. That's all.

Dennis Peck: How many cops you know, huh? Got nothing. Divorced, alcoholic, kids won't talk to them anymore, can't get it up. Sitting there in their little apartments, alone in the dark, playing lollipop with a service revolver?


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