L.A.P.D.: To Protect and Serve (2001)
Movie Info"Cowboy" Sam Steele (Marc Singer) is a Los Angeles patrolman with a na´ve young partner, Wade (Steve Bacic), and a squadron full of trouble. It seems his immediate superior, Alexander (Michael Madsen), is leading a band of longtime renegade cops who Cowboy and Wade catch robbing a warehouse. Cowboy accepts the payoff to keep quiet, but Wade is considering going to Internal Affairs -- which would be a mistake for reasons that become clear. After his father's (Charles Durning) life is jeopardized, Cowboy decides he's had too much and heads to Alexander's hideout for a showdown. But the showdown becomes a Mexican standoff as several guns are pointed in all directions and loyalties come into question. … More
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