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The Seven Five 2014 123movies

The Seven Five 2014 123movies

In 1980's Brooklyn, The Most Dangerous Gangsters Were New York City Cops.Nov. 14, 2014102 Min.
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Watch: The Seven Five 2014 123movies, Full Movie Online – Meet the dirtiest cop in New York City history. In the 1980s, Michael Dowd patrolled the mean streets of one of the toughest precincts in Brooklyn. He also headed a ruthless criminal network that stole money and drugs, ultimately resulting in the city’s biggest ever corruption scandal..
Plot: Meet the dirtiest cop in NYC history. Michael Dowd stole money and dealt drugs while patrolling the streets of ’80s Brooklyn.
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Chilling Documentary on the most corrupt New York Cop ever
Michael Dowd took the oath to uphold the law and protect the citizens of New York. He was assigned to precinct seven five and, at the time, it was the toughest the city had to offer. He soon found that his small pay check was far from adequate recompense for the life he was leading and so helped himself to some dirty money. After that there was no turning back.

This film features archive footage of the trials and the scenes of the time through the 1980’s up to 1993. We also have more recent interviews with the main players. This includes his erstwhile partner Kenny Eurell and even some of the gangsters who ‘worked’ with these dirty cops.

It is disturbing to think that so many cops could be so blatant in their breaking of the laws they were supposed to uphold. It was also not an isolated incident or two but seemingly endemic with a culture of collaboration with other so called ‘good’ cops. Being ‘good’ meant not ‘ratting’ on your fellow cops and thereby allowing their criminal activities to flourish. There are some stunning black and white still photography of the time and some of these photos look like they belong in a gallery – absolutely stunning. This is a documentary that shows how powerful films can be and how fiction is often far behind where truth actually is – absolutely recommended.

Review By: t-dooley-69-386916
Depressing portrait of human slime
If you enjoy watching unrepentant psychopathic “cops” have a giggle over the horrendous crimes they committed while working as uniformed NYC police officers, this documentary will be right up your alley. The main subject of the film, Michael Dowd, has a blast recounting his sordid adventures for the camera, and the interviewer never gets in the way of the fun by asking a probing question. The great documentarians manage to either confront their subjects, or coax them into revealing themselves. The director of this lame excuse for a film does neither. He just lets the idiots talk about their brilliant exploits — ripping off robbery victims and drug dealers alike, and eventually hiring out to drug kingpins to protect their territories. Ultimately, Dowd actually becomes a drug dealer and kidnapper, turning his victims over to the drug cartels. As superficial as it is, I have to say that this documentary is also watchable, and delivers a couple of unintentional insights: the first is that virtually all the cops interviewed in this film seem to abide by the same code as criminals do: never rat on a fellow cop. The other is the single bit of sorrow that Dowd evinces late in the film: it’s over the fact that his longtime partner (a tattooed goofball with the brains of a bivalve) eventually “rolled over” on him and wore a wire for the internal affairs investigators who put Dowd away for 12 years. Dowd’s tears at the recollection of this betrayal are hysterically funny, and worth the pain and suffering of sitting through this badly paced, badly shot, badly cut film.
Review By: jake_fantom

Other Information:

Original Title The Seven Five
Release Date 2014-11-14
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Documentary, Biography, Crime
Director Tiller Russell
Writer N/A
Actors Mike Dowd, Ken Eurell, Walter Yurkiw
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (some scenes), 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

The Seven Five 2014 123movies
The Seven Five 2014 123movies
Original title The Seven Five
TMDb Rating 7.288 73 votes




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