Cop Out

Cop Out

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Our best guess for you: 2.9 stars

Average of 517 ratings: 2.9 Stars

2010 M Contains violence, sexual references and offensive language.

Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis) and off-kilter Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) are two suspended cops trying to track down a stolen and very valuable 1950s baseball card. Along the way, they encounter a Mexican beauty and countless other characters and get entangled with the mob. Kevin Smith (Clerks) directs this comedic action flick co-starring Adam Brody, Jason Lee, Michelle Trachtenberg, Kevin Pollak and Seann William Scott.

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108 minutes

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Screen Format
2.40:1 Widescreen 16x9 Enhanced
English for the hearing impaired
English Dolby Digital 5.1 & 2.0; English Audio Descriptive

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Screen Format
1080p High Definition Widescreen 16x9 2.40:1
English, Arabic, Cantonese, Complex Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Romanian, Turkish
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1; Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Polish Dolby Digital 5.1; Turkish Dolby Digital 2.0; English Audio Descriptive

8 Member Reviews Write a review

3 by 2Tru

Outrageous and bizzare film, hilarious acting, could of had more action

1 by belteshazzar

Bizarre film. I can't work out whether it was just a bad movie or it was just an eccentric movie.

2 by Tubbs

Every one involved tries really hard to make this funny.

2.5 by Blackpeter

Borderline comedy / action. Starts quite weak (neither funny nor entertaining) but improves over time to a sort of B-grade action comedy. Forget the story, but some scenes are quite entertaining if... Read more

4.5 by Really?

I actually found the movie vary entertaining. good comedic relief through out.

3 by mitch1

Not sure of this film, wasn't that much action. Was mainly more of a comedy then anything else. 2.5 stars

1 by wichard

Very try hard yes instead of 'die hard' where Bruce Willis was at least good in that. This was appalling

2 by Sophia-Colin

It's easy to miss the subtle references to classic cop shows/films if you aren't familiar with every obscure example of the genre. It's humourous entertainment, but completely missable. I hope they don't make a sequel.