Rampart (2011)

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TitleRampart
Year2011
CountryUSA
GenreCrime (Movies)
CollectionPolice
Run Time1h 47 min
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The film opens as Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Officer Dave Brown patrols the Rampart Division. Brown is a 24-year veteran of the force, who previously served in the Vietnam War. While training a new officer, he roughs up a suspect to find the location of a meth lab. After work, he goes home to his two daughters and two ex-wives, who are also sisters. After dinner, he goes to a piano bar where he picks up a stranger and has a one night stand.

The next day, Brown is t-boned in his patrol car. When the other driver attempts to flee, Brown brutally beats him, and the assault is captured by a bystander. The video creates another controversy for the LAPD, which is already besieged by the recent Rampart scandal. The Assistant District Attorney urges Brown to simply retire. He refuses and outlines his defense. Over the course of the film, it is revealed that although Brown failed the bar exam, he remains extremely knowledgeable about case law.

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Cast:

Woody Harrelson Woody Harrelson
David Douglas Brown
Ned Beatty Ned Beatty
Hartshorn
Ben Foster Ben Foster
General Terry
Anne Heche Anne Heche
Catherine
Ice Cube Ice Cube
Kyle Timkins
Sigourney Weaver Sigourney Weaver
Joan Confrey
Robin Wright Robin Wright
Linda Fentress
Steve Buscemi Steve Buscemi
Bill Blago
Jon Bernthal Jon Bernthal
Dan Morone

The film opens as Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Officer Dave Brown patrols the Rampart Division. Brown is a 24-year veteran of the force, who previously served in the Vietnam War. While training a new officer, he roughs up a suspect to find the location of a meth lab. After work, he goes home to his two daughters and two ex-wives, who are also sisters. After dinner, he goes to a piano bar where he picks up a stranger and has a one night stand.

The next day, Brown is t-boned in his patrol car. When the other driver attempts to flee, Brown brutally beats him, and the assault is captured by a bystander. The video creates another controversy for the LAPD, which is already besieged by the recent Rampart scandal. The Assistant District Attorney urges Brown to simply retire. He refuses and outlines his defense. Over the course of the film, it is revealed that although Brown failed the bar exam, he remains extremely knowledgeable about case law.

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