We’ve reached the point in cinema history where so many police dramas have graced the screen that it’s rare — nay, shocking — to find one that truly is inventive. Therefore, most moviegoers are willing to look beyond rehashed plots and archetypal characters so long as the presentation is good.
This fact took a lot of pressure off of “Pride and Glory,” a cop drama that needed to be little more than believable and entertaining to be considered a success. Alas, even simple goals can present vast challenges.
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