Dark Blue

Theatrical Release: February 21, 2003
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Synopsis

In this crime drama, LAPD detective Eldon Perry (Kurt Russell) is part of the Special Investigations Squad (SIS) run by Jack Van Metter (Brendan Gleeson), where the cops are no better than the criminals. That’s why Assistant Chief Holland (Ving Rhames) scrutinizes the SIS’ every move and is determined to bring them down. As Perry closes in on the suspects of a homicide case with his young partner Bobby Keough (Scott Speedman), the rookie gets his indoctrination into the underhanded dealings of the SIS. The case is further complicated by murder, cover-up, and illegal activities by law enforcement. Finally pushed over the edge, Perry decides to bring the issue public is his own way.

Dove Review

Dark Blue is a better-than-average police drama revolving around police corruption. The film contains graphic, cold-blooded violence, and more than 80 occurrences of the F-word, making it a dark, unacceptable choice.

Content Description

Info

Company: MGM/UA
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 116 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Bob Nusser