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Critic Reviews for Dirty
A no-nonsense dramatic response to the LAPD Rampart scandals of the '90s.
We get it. All of you guys watched the Tarantino movies and you watched the Peckinpah movies. Enough, give us something original.
This isn't a film made by someone who knows anything about cops. It's a film made by someone who's seen a lot of cop movies.
The machinations of the plot are so murky as to be not worth following.
The only suspense is how long it's going to take for this movie to finally drag to an end.
Audience Reviews for Dirty
The pieces are there, but the execution is glaringly lacking. The editing is erratic and often nonsensical, having the feel of a PCP ride. The plot has many aspects, all with great potential, but it's so fragmented that it's difficult and frustrating to try and follow. That, in the end is its' greatest fault, failing to deliver on story, focusing too much on style.
This movie is worth watching, a time or two. But really if your looking for a great movie of this nature just watch "Training Day". This was much like that, with a lot less planning to make it truly good.
This is no Training day, it's dark, violent noir that fails to deliver in it's story. It's highly stylized but very dull with a waste of a good cast.
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