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Andy Whitfield almost 8 years ago
I probably shouldn't enjoy this one as much as I do.
Dominic Dirupo over 8 years ago
Ackroyd and Hanks are on form. Really funny throughout
Joshua Lee over 1 year ago
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 5 years ago
Lacey Shinn over 5 years ago
Andrea Finocchiaro almost 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 7 years ago
Henke over 7 years ago
Becky over 7 years ago
Ronan Conway almost 8 years ago
Emil Holm almost 8 years ago
Scott Baker almost 8 years ago
Daniel Jones 8 years ago
Trevor Myatt 8 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 8 years ago
Steve Tetreault over 8 years ago
Boon Sheridan over 8 years ago
Robert Baker over 8 years ago
Daniel Chappell over 8 years ago
Dragnet is a 1987 film comedy starring Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks, directed by Tom Mankiewicz, based on the television crime drama of the same name starring Jack Webb. The screenplay is written by Aykroyd, Alan Zweibel and Mankiewicz. The original music score is by Ira Newborn. The film was marketed with the tagline "Just the Facts." At Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 46% composite score. Acting as both a parody and homage to the long-running Dragnet television series, Aykroyd plays Joe Friday (nephew of the original star of the series) while Hanks plays Pep Streebek, his new partner. Harry Morgan reprises his role of Bill Gannon (partner of Friday's late uncle), having been promoted to captain. Alexandra Paul plays Friday's love interest, while Christopher Plummer plays the villain, a soft-spoken televangelist, who secretly runs a cult of Pagan anarchists. Dabney Coleman plays the publisher of a skin magazine called Bait. As did the TV series, the movie begins with Sergeant Friday's...
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