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Funny for now. . .
As you walk in the theater to watch “Let’s Be Cops” you have to have a little bit of understanding what movie you just paid to fill up 100 minutes of your life. This is a dumb movie made in a cheap way that is intended to be dumb and cheap. I went in to see this movie with those expectations and as a result I was fairly entertained for the time I was sitting in that seat. To begin with “Let’s Be Cops” has an absurd premise: two loser guys dress up as police officers for a costume party, and because the earth is apparently populated with people who have elementary levels of intelligence, the citizens of Los Angeles believe that they are legitimate officers of the law. In the most ridiculous and illegal ways they decide to use this to have some fun, get some girls, and get away with whatever the heck they want. But since this is a motion picture, their partying does come to stab them in the back as they get involved with a mafia- style gang, which is where we get the meat of the story.
“New Girl” co-stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. reteam for this film as Ryan and Justin: two of the biggest losers ever put onto the big screen. Their performances were good, granted the fact that absurd comedy is perhaps the easiest to do well in a film. Johnson specifically took on the role of a loser very well leaving you with the amount of distaste for his character which was needed to tell the story. Wayans did an excellent job of grasping the ridiculousness of the film and putting it into his character at the correct times. Ryan and Justin were not nearly as funny as they could have been, but for the budget this film was given Johnson and Wayans did an excellent job of providing very funny performances that are very necessary for a film like this to work. Also among the cast were James D’Arcy as the stereotypical villain, Nina Dobrev as the stereotypical girlfriend, Keagan-Michael Key as an over the top gang member, Rob Riggle as the only person who gets anything done, and a surprising appearance from Andy Garcia as the stereotypical gang leader.
When it comes to making a comedy of this style there is a precise formula that is easy to follow, works very well, and as a result is done very often. Director and co-writer Luke Greenfield clearly decided early on to stick with this formula and it can be seen throughout the film: We start with two guys. Both are over the top, both are good-for-nothings, both are funny, but are ten times funnier when they are together. Enter a ridiculous plot which they innocently get mixed up in and is way out of their league, usually something that comes up a lot in other films and TV shows. Add a creepy villain here, a girlfriend for one of them there, and a scene where they drop the comedy and say something deep and profound. Finish it up with a moment of true courage, cut quickly to another stupid joke before the credits roll, and you’re set! A guaranteed twenty-five million dollars on opening weekend.
I’m not saying I dislike the formula, it works. It’s irritating, but it works. At least some credit is due for that. It does bother me, however, that the films that follow the formula are often extremely successful and well-known, when there are so many really good films that take huge risks and are only seen by a select number of people. On its own scale though, this movie was fairly delightful. A good percentage of the jokes were very funny, there were numerous cringe-worthy moments, but it worked because somehow a laugh will always win that battle. The film also featured an excellent climax which was funny and even slightly suspenseful.
If you do decide to go see this film, which I don’t think I’d immediately recommend, go in as I did. Have zero expectations. In fact, have low expectations. You’re not going to find a “Dumb and Dumber” or a “Bridesmaids” in this movie, but it isn’t a terrible thing to waste an hour and forty minutes on if you go in with very low expectations. I enjoyed it for the brief bit of my life, but I do know that I don’t ever want to see it again. So as I walked out of the theater, I was ready to move onto the next thing.
I give “Let’s Be Cops” a 5.8/10.
People should be arrested for this tripe
I saw LET’S BE COPS yesterday. Let’s Be Cops stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson as two losers who pretend to be cops in order to get the thrills and respect they lack in their normal lives. The movie attempts to be another version of those wacky cop movies like Police Academy or Super Troopers but unlike those movies, this movie is tragically unfunny. Every time there seems to be a setup for a joke it just peters out and in some cases, Wayans and Johnson run away from the scene, get into a cop car and drive away. The movie is not all bad though, Keegan-Michael Key of Key & Peel fame has a funny part as a dreadlocked tattooed thug but he shows up far too late to breathe much needed life into the movie. Overall I really can’t think of anything else good to say about this movie. Its badly written, unfunny and just overall really dry. I really can’t recommend it in any capacity. Let’s Be Cops gets a 1…out of 5.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Genre Action, Comedy, Crime
Director Luke Greenfield
Writer Luke Greenfield, Nicholas Thomas
Actors Jake Johnson, Damon Wayans Jr., Rob Riggle
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby, Datasat, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta F65, Panavision Primo Lenses, Sony CineAlta PMW-F55, Panavision Primo Lenses
Laboratory Company 3, Atlanta (GA), USA (dailies), Company 3, New York (NY), USA (digital intermediate), DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format AXSM, SRMemory
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), F55 RAW (4K) (source format), F65 RAW (4K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema