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Old 05-11-2013, 07:38 PM   #51
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End of Watch was really good in my opinion. I really enjoyed the way it was filmed.
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Flashpoint is a great TV show. Wish they did more than 5 seasons.

I think of Lethal Weapon, Serpico and Beverly Hills Cop as good cop movies.
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Flashpoint is a great TV show.
You didn't watch the same one I did then.

Sniper rifle with scope on up side down. The bolt wouldn't close as the turret was in the way so they left the bolt open and show him shooting someone. That show was HORRIBLE.

Tango and Cash. Cops destroying a construction site with a 637 and 657 pans (Scraper's). Tv show I'd have to do with T_____J_________HOOKER, Shatner with his awesome dramatic pause....
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You didn't watch the same one I did then.

Sniper rifle with scope on up side down. The bolt wouldn't close as the turret was in the way so they left the bolt open and show him shooting someone. That show was HORRIBLE.

Tango and Cash. Cops destroying a construction site with a 637 and 657 pans (Scraper's). Tv show I'd have to do with T_____J_________HOOKER, Shatner with his awesome dramatic pause....
Technical errors, sure. But a good show overall. Good writing and good acting.
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Technical errors, sure. But a good show overall. Good writing and good acting.
That's what I thought. I did laugh when I saw the upside down scope.
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I agree with those that have mentioned Southland and end of watch. Both quite accurate and detailed. I also enjoy watching blue bloods and Boston's finest
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For T.V. shows, nothing tops Slegehammer .

High Noon was a western but illustrated a lot about all law enforcement .

Most cop movies don't do it for me. They have too many anti-gun themes, poor gun handling, reckless shooting, bad tactics, yelling black police chiefs, impossible feats etc. I'm not sure overloading the brain with images of violence and gore does anyone any good BTW .
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