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Monday, June 28, 2010

Brooklyn's Finest Review

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Like Training Day, Brooklyn's Finest once again treads across the popular theme of police corruption, which is probably more clichéd in setup than execution. Antoine Fuqua has a way of telling tragic, gritty, and at times, outright depressing stories in fantastic style, this one is certainly no different. He pulls and pulls for character depth, but even with all the well-orchestrated shoot-outs and mini crescendos towards violence, one still yearns for some kind of true connection to any of the characters. Meanwhile, I prefer to keep the faith that this depiction is all a serious exaggeration. 7.7/10.

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