Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 83%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 36192


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Ray Liotta as Henry Oak
Jason Patric as Nick Tellis
Alan Van Sprang as Michael Calvess
Chi McBride as Captain Cheevers
1.64 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 45 min
P/S 6 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by CousinBagunca 6 / 10

Good movie, but predictable-ish.

Narc (2002) adds nothing new: problematic detective Nick is called to solve a going-cold case about the murder of a fellow police officer. Politics, drugs, racial matters, all that is envolved.

So Nick partners with detective Oak to solve such crime. It's all a police drama thriller could have: investigation, questions, doubts, misconduct, good cop-bad cop... and the ending is somewhat predictable, but cool nonetheless.

Give it a go.

Reviewed by Alan Smithee Esq. 7 / 10

Peep This Reviews

An overlooked gritty realistic police drama. Phenomenal acting with stylistic violence all wrapped up in a package that daringly blurs the line of right and wrong in regards to law enforcement. An engrossing thriller that keeps your eyes glued to the screen. Unique and engrossing visual style helps to escalate it even more.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10

Gritty corrupt cop thrills again - and it works

NARC is a decent if flawed movie, an on-the-street thriller full of grit and grime and bad language. It follows the simple yet popular formula of a normal cop being partnered with a bad cop, one who may or may not be a killer. The film feels raw and low budget, with plenty of bleak visuals to give it that realistic look. There are moments of style to keep viewers watching, from the breathless shaky-cam opening chase to a split-screen investigation where we need to follow four separate cameras.

Plot-wise, it goes at a rather steady pace, as the twosome interrogate various weirdos (including a man who has his genitals set alight) and drug-pushers (gotta love Liotta pushing that bald guy's head through the wall). The last thirty minutes or so, which contains a double-twist and a violent showdown with the criminals (including the excellent Busta Rhymes), is a tour-de-force of powerhouse acting, with the OTT Liotta bellowing out expletives and the what not, turning in his typically intense style of acting. Jason Patric, so bad in SPEED 2, is actually decent here and holds his own as the introspective, jaded cop. A good little film, not a classic, but worth seeing.

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