One Sentence: Wesley Snipes is back.
Running Time: 133 Minutes
Release Date: 05-Mar-2010
Nudity: A whole lot of boobs, too many to count.
I can understand how some of you might not be too interested in seeing Alice In Wonderland this weekend, so you get the choice of going to see Brooklyn's Finest. A movie directed by acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua. This is one of your gritty cop drama's. It deals with the lives of Brooklyn cops, and what they go through everyday on the streets of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn's Finest takes a dark look into police life, and paints an amazing picture of it. A lot of times I feel these movies are pushing a lot on the viewer, forcing an agenda, an opinion or just making everything seem so over the top. Brooklyn's Finest makes everything so real. Everything in the movie feels real, feels like it belongs and makes sense to the story in the end. It has been a long time since I liked a dark cop drama as much as this one.
Don Cheadle, Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke and Wesley Snipes were all amazing in this movie. I think that this movie relied a lot on the acting, as it dealt so much with these characters and all 4 of these guys carried their own weight and really made this movie come together. I think this is a better movie than Training Day, another movie by the director. So if you are looking for something heaving than Alice this weekend, then I would highly recommend Brooklyn's Finest.