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And just to get you in a suitable nasty mode, check out Movie Talk’s top ten bent screen coppers – in no particular order. Let us know if we missed anybody off!
1. Bad Lieutenant – Harvey Keitel
Lakeview Terrace – Samuel L Jackson‘s Abel Turner takes the law into his own hands and turns into the neighbour from hell just because the folks next door are an interracial couple.
3. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves – Alan Rickman spits and hisses his way through almost all his lines as the snake-like Sheriff of Nottingham.
4. L.A. Confidential – James Cromwell‘s Dudley Smith (far left) is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
5. The Godfather – Sterling Hayden‘s corrupt Captain McCluskey bites the bullet after crossing Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone, cos you don’t mess with La Famiglia.
6. Crash – What goes around comes around for Matt Dillon
Léon – Gary Oldman does a brilliantly evil job as cold-blooded, trigger-happy copper Stansfield, who leaves Natalie Portman an orphan.
8. Infernal Affairs – It’s a game of cat and mouse for Andy Lau‘s mole inspector Lau Kin Ming and Tony Leung’s deep undercover cop Chen Wing Yan.
16 Blocks – David Morse‘s Detective Frank Nugent (right) is the naughty chief who tries to stop Bruce Willis from taking witness Mos Def to court.