Pride and Glory - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Pride and Glory Reviews

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February 26, 2018
solid film, wish I saw it sooner
November 3, 2017
The concept and premise of this movie has been done at least 40 other times....yawn.
October 5, 2017
fast paced thriller that spares us nothing of the gritty and gruesome nature of being a cop in the mean streets of New York, The corrupt police premise is overly used and it's rapidly dying after many many amazing movie, having said that, Pride and glory approach is a bit different and it somehow gave it a fresh twist, The acting was second to none and in my opinion that's what carried this film throughout
All in all, good movie and definitely worth a watch.
½ June 28, 2017
An uninspired police drama with a truly impressive and desperate fight scene closing the third act. Say what you will about the rest, but Gavin O'Connor knows how to efficiently direct violence.
February 6, 2017
It's good movie to watch
September 10, 2016
Liked the older brother with sick wife. Corrupt cops in family. Realistic, good performances
September 8, 2016
Hammy, melodramatic and formulaic to a fault, Pride and Glory is a shade of better corrupt cop movies. The cast has talent no doubt, but only Colin Farrell gets to shine while everyone else seems to be on auto pilot. Jon Voight's only motivation is to say "cops protect cops" and nothing more, while the villains are all one dimensional. The movie even ends in a tight little bow and is not very satisfying.
June 23, 2016
Pride and Glory is a movie that has a strong cast, but not a strong story or a dialogue to compete with the cast.
Super Reviewer
½ May 16, 2016
Ray Tierney (Edward Norton) comes from a family of cops, and was the best of the lot until an accident in the line of duty cut his career short. One night, after multiple officers are shot and killed, it becomes clear that there is a large corruption ring at work within the NYPD, and the brass turn to Ray to find out the truth, a truth that could lead him right back home. Edward Norton is truly a chameleon in that he can play absolutely any role and be believable. It doesn't matter if he's some computer geek or a tough as nails cop, he always does a great job and no matter what he's in, the film is always going to have an air of credibility for it. The rest of the cast, as well as the story are also pretty good, but this film isn't without it's problems. As with other films that have complex stories and large casts, the story moves so quickly and characters are introduced so fast, that it's difficult to keep track of what's going on and nearly impossible to remember who is who. The story is great and the main characters are well written, but there is so much going on, that it is very easy to get lost in all the side stories. The bottom line is that Pride and Glory would be better suited as a TV series than a movie, but then you wouldn't have the big named cast, and it probably wouldn't last four episodes. The actions scenes are great, the main characters are intense, and the story was terrific if not a bit more complicated than it needed to be.
February 20, 2016
Meh, looks like they were going for a Departed style epic. But it ended up being very slow and VERY long. Everyone was good in it though
January 30, 2016
good movie. good story. great cast and awesome acting (2 viewings)
September 17, 2015
Lacks of pulling force.
August 19, 2015
This was the most brutal movie i have ever seen by far the best cop movie ever on my list Edward Norton is brilliant perfectly cast and Colin Farrell is not bad himself
½ June 17, 2015
Very good but the plot was a bit complex for me to follow in my condition.
½ March 26, 2015
Have no idea why this movie has poor review, I mean the acting isn't amazing, and the use of corrupt cops is overused to say the least, but this is still great movie. The story is good, the script is too. Everything is simply well done, with a good pace, tense and thrilling often, and exciting action. The gore is common and bloody, with a very real look. I don't really have much to say about it but besides the use of corrupt cops (which is unavoidable) and average acting, this is a well done exciting movie that keeps us guessing. Second best cop movie I've seen, after End of Watch.
½ March 5, 2015
A gritty well acted well detailed powerful and gripping police drama. That has a good cast but does have many a clichà (C)d line when it comes to Colin Farrell's script.
½ January 2, 2015
Gritty and dark but lacks character development to help us feel, relate and create attachment. Didn't care what happened.
Super Reviewer
January 2, 2015
This is a cop crime movie much like "We own the night" and other similar ones. I liked this flick a bit more tho. A good story about police corruption taking place in New York. Acting was good and Edward Norton takes care of that part like he always do. Colin Farrell did a great role aswell along with Jon Voight. A highly recommended movie if you like these kind of flicks.
December 13, 2014
December 12th-13th 2014
Super Reviewer
November 27, 2014
You can't beat a good 'Family of Cops' New York drama. This one has every cliche under the sun, the Dad is the forceful boss, one brother can't be trusted, brothers fight, there is a formal funeral in the rain, one brother lives on a boat etc etc. It's better than most of the cheesy films that have come before in the genre but unfortunately that fact doesn't do it any favours because as entertaining as it is, we've seen it all before. Elizabeth Bennet shaved her head though, so respect given.
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