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Gangster Squad (2013)

Gangster Squad

Overview


Genre

Drama, Thriller, Action

Release Date

January 11, 2013

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

113 min.

Production Budget

$24 millions

Studio

Warner Bros. Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  2 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Ruben Fleischer

Producer

Dan Lin, Kevin McCormick, Michael Tadross

Screenwriter

Will Beall

Starring

Story


Los Angeles, 1949. Ruthless, Brooklyn-born mob king Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) runs the show in this town, reaping the ill-gotten gains from the drugs, the guns, the prostitutes and-if he has his way-every wire bet placed west of Chicago. And he does it all with the protection of not only his own paid goons, but also the police and the politicians who are under his control. It's enough to intimidate even the bravest, street-hardened cop...except, perhaps, for the small, secret crew of LAPD outsiders led by Sgt. John O'Mara (Josh Brolin) and Jerry Wooters (Ryan Gosling), who come together to try to tear Cohen's world apart.

Pictures (42 photos)


Sean Penn stars as Mickey Cohen and Josh Brolin stars as John O'Mara in Warner Bros. Pictures' Gangster Squad (2013)
A scene from Warner Bros. Pictures' Gangster Squad (2013)

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The Los Angeles World Premiere of Gangster Squad - Arrivals
Jan 07, 2013
Emma Stone
The Los Angeles World Premiere of Gangster Squad - Arrivals
Jan 07, 2013

REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..the cast seems ideal. Bits and pieces here and there entertain. But it never really comes together in a satisfying way..”
by Bill Goodykoontz [Arizona Republic]
“..loud, brash and utterly ridiculous, Gangster Squad isn't about doing what's right - it's all about stylish excess..”
by Connie Ogle [Miami Herald]
“..you'll have to settle for the opening one, in which a hood with his limbs tied to two different cars is torn in half onscreen..”
by J. R. Jones [Chicago Reader]