Jack Goes Confidential: Cop Out is Kevin Smith-LITE!

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6 Responses to Jack Goes Confidential: Cop Out is Kevin Smith-LITE!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Shawn Edwards
    Tracy Morgan was great, but the movie would have been better if Keenen Wayans played the Bruce Willis part as a white man and Marlon Wayans was in Stifler’s role.

  2. Anonymous says:

    OJ Simpson should of gotten the part for the memorabilia stealer. on work release of course.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Robert Butler in the Kansas City Star agreed with you Jack. He thought that if it was any good they wouldn’t have released it during the last weekend of February.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Trailer for this movie looked awful and now you confirm that it lives up to the actual product. I’ll bet it ends up as Hearne’s next date movie.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Jack… Even you said it, target audience. You are an old out of touch critic. Your perspective of film is not valued by anyone under 35. You are not valued by studios because your thoughts don’t matter to them. they are looking for people they can market to over time

    Side note: I always find it funny that critics just dont go and see a movie for what is worth. I heard an interview with Tom Green the other day and he basically said critics don’t matter. He put out a film that was panned by every critic and he said ” I was not trying to make the Jazz singer”.
    Jack be done !

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hey Zippy–repeat after me:
    A GOOD action is a GOOD action movie.
    A BAD action movies is a BAD action movie.
    (Target audience or not….)

    A GOOD chick flick is a GOOD chick flick.
    A BAD chick flick is a BAD chick flick.
    (Target audiences or not…)

    A GOOD comedy is a GOOD comedy.
    A bad COMEDY IS A BAD comedy—no matter how you spin it!

    And a Chick Flick DOESN’T have to be bad, poorly written, acted or directed.
    Case in point: “THE PROPOSAL” and “JULIE AND JULIA”.
    Get my drift?

    Thanks for the comments.

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