Jeong Do-man is a low-ranking traffic cop whose tendency to do things "by the book" sometimes gets him in trouble, such as when he pulls over his new boss, newly instated police chief Lee Seung-man, and issues him with a traffic ticket. Though surprised and annoyed by the unexpected fine, the police chief has bigger problems; the town of Sampo has been hit by a string of bank robberies, and to reassure the public he decides to carry out a realistic drill which will demonstrate the police force's capability. Do-man is chosen to act out the part of the bank robber, but with his usual fastidious attention to detail he sets out to commit the perfect crime.
Writer:Jin Jang (screenplay), Hiroshi Saitô (original screenplay), Kunihiko Toi (story)
Things get out of control when Doman, an eager and saintly traffic cop, is asked the play the role of the bank robber in a robbery intervention police training program. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Remi L (it) wrote: My critique of Tyler Perry's movies aside, I'm glad to see SOMEONE is keeping black actors employed...having said that, this movie was...okay. I'm a big fan of Jill Scott and Janet Jackson...as singers. I was too caught up in who they were as singers to buy them as the women they portrayed. Scott's character came across as spineless to me, taking all that abuse from her husband, and I felt like Perry tried to make Jackson ugly or at least homely so she could somehow better relate to the audience. The highlight of the film was the camraderie between Michael Jai White and Tasha Smith. They were hilarious. But this film could've been better. I get the message Perry was trying to put across: marriage is hard, especially without communication. But the acting was subpar, the plot was predictable, and I just didn't buy it.
Sol C (fr) wrote: Well acted drama. I definitely recommend this independent film.
Marina K (us) wrote: One of the horror sterotypes
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Nicole G (au) wrote: I dont like too many Christmas movies, but I loved this one....very touching....
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Koichi O (ca) wrote: "You don't know caralhos about me"
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Rory M (de) wrote: Probably could have payed more attention to this film but it was obviously very, very dry and uneventful.
Brenden W (us) wrote: Stallone and his worst
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