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Cop Out (2010; Rated Rated R)

Cop Out
D+
 

“An unholy mess.”

-Richard Roeper

Cop Out Review

Cop Out

(2010; R)

In theaters:
Friday, 26 February 2010

Genre:
Action, Comedy, Crime

Director:
Kevin Smith

Cast:
Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan

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Daniel said on Sunday, May 09, 2010 5:36:01 PM
@ 7tavern Team - who in the world would want to publish their reviews on your website when you are soliciting Richard Roeper, via a message board on his website, AND offering him "exclusive publishing privileges" when he is THE critic of the Chicago Sun-Times?

Get with the program.

Ian said on Friday, April 16, 2010 3:11:01 PM
If Kevin Smith was the second best guest critic, who was the best? And does that put Tony Scott or Michael Phillips in the three slot?

7tavern Team said on Monday, March 29, 2010 2:14:10 AM
Hi,

We've browsed through your reviews and thought that they are really original and interesting! We would like to invite you to publish your reviews on 7tavern.com, which provides an alternative platform for promising movie reviewers to showcase their talents. In addition, you'll find a growing community of bloggers who share the same passion for excellent movies! Based on the merit of your reviews, we intend to offer you exclusive publishing privileges on our website!

Please feel free to contact us to discuss our proposal. =)

Cheers,
7tavern Team
admin@7tavern.com

Andrew said on Friday, March 26, 2010 11:16:13 PM
You got it wrong. Not in regards to the movie, but in regards to Kevin Smith. He was the best guest critic you ever had on the show. However, you were 100% right on Cop Out, the movie is crap. I don't understand how Kevin Smith could blunder so bad. At least with Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back the movie was clearly meant to be fan service. What happened here? I just don't comprehend how things could get this bad.

Steve Pulaski said on Saturday, February 27, 2010 2:02:11 PM
Its amazing that Kevin Smith made an excellent film with Clerks and he did that for next to nothing. But now,when he has a lot more money, he still cant make a movie better than Clerks. Which was made with $27,000.

 
 
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