Cops And Robbersons (1994)
Average Rating: 3.4/10
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Average Rating: 2.3/10
Critic Reviews: 7
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In this comedy, police detectives on the trail of a dangerous criminal are confronted with a new and unexpected danger: a typical suburban family. Osborn (Robert Davi) is a underworld figure with plenty of blood on his hands who, in hopes of keeping his dealings quiet, is operating out of an unassuming home in the suburbs. The police are determined to put Osborn behind bars, so rough-hewn veteran cop Jake Stone (Jack Palance) and his young partner Tony Moore (David Barry Gray) are assigned to
Apr 15, 1994 Wide
Jun 12, 2001
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
David Barry Gray
Jason James Richter
Girl in Police Stati...
Ronald L. Schwary
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Trapped in a sitcom sensibility, the film never makes the vital connection with the audience that's necessary to spawn a hit.
Chevy Chase returns to the anonymous, unmemorable suburban mode that made his earlier movies profitable. And guess what? The results are anonymous and unmemorable.
In Cops and Robbersons, Chevy Chase has an unfortunate chance to prove that there's something even more unfunny than his disastrous talk show.
Chevy Chase is lucky Cops and Robbersons isn't a sitcom. If it were, it would be canceled as pronto as his talk show was.
The beginning of the end for Chevy Chase.
A very underrated Chevy Chase comedy.
You can't go wrong with Chevy Chase
Yeah, Chevy Chase & Jack Palance. That'll pack 'em in.
You can guess the rest -- but you'll never guess just how amazingly bad it all is.
Chase, as I've already noted, is stuck with a character who goes nowhere, dooming him from the start.
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