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Hollywood continues to tell tales on the Silver and smaller HD screens. What do they get “right” and – what could they use a panel of experts on when it comes to process and law enforcement? Go Behind the Badge and get educated with the real-life law-enforcement industry hosts, guests and entertainment experts of WhatCopsWatch.Com to understand more about what you see in Hollywood…

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2013): A Perspective Review



The stripes of red, white and blue conjure images of all kinds – depending on who you are, where you live but more importantly – what kind of comic books you read. The Marvel Comic Universe has become a behemoth, that has so many tendrils, tentacles and details – well, if you stop paying attention … Continue reading Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2013): A Perspective Review


Mystic River (2003) – A Perspective Review



The Law. The city of Boston. Crime, and the process of solving it. The value of a Perspective Review via 2GuysTalking, is being able to examine a movie, long after it’s been done at the theater and even after home availability on DVD and Blu-ray as well as electronic downloads arrive and disappear. Tonite, the … Continue reading Mystic River (2003) – A Perspective Review


Dave (1993) – A Perspective Review



Election Season 2016 – It has been a raucous time for the American Voting Public. A high-wire fingerpointing circus act that allows us all to wonder “are these the best choices that we can come up with out of ALL of the people that want to Run for the President’s seat? The value of a … Continue reading Dave (1993) – A Perspective Review


Lethal Weapon (1987) – A Perspective Review



Back in the 1980s – movies were different, they were hard, and many – were Rated R. One of the heralded movies of 1987, was about a police officer at the end of his career, a family man, and – another cop – that was on the “ragged edge” – one that needed to be registered as “A Lethal Weapon.” Looking back now, almost 30 years, on the cusp of a new television show, it’s time to jump perspective, across actors careers, across host perspectives, and across the bridge to a new – on … Continue reading Lethal Weapon (1987) – A Perspective Review


A Visit to CSI: NY on CBS – A Cop’s Perspective



The city of New York – An actor that has so many great roles, charity efforts, and legacy that it makes most people’s heads hurt. The value of watching Gary Sinise inside a program like CSI: NY, is that – there’s literally NO EFFORT required. We’ll be visiting the very FIRST episode of CSI: NY, … Continue reading A Visit to CSI: NY on CBS – A Cop’s Perspective


A Visit to Blue Bloods on CBS



There’s something to be said for Hawaiian shirts – Just not in this program. Tom Selleck leads a cast of true blue bloods, inside of “Blue Bloods” on CBS – one of our recent submissions for WhatCopsWatch.Com – With a robust cast, interesting storylines, and the literal background of New York, it’s time to take … Continue reading A Visit to Blue Bloods on CBS


Best Police Vehicles from TV & Movies



The LAW, is out there, in vehicles of all kinds no less. Whether they on two wheels or on wheels that peel out and chase the good guys like in The Dukes of Hazzard, or the bad guys like Sonny Crocket and Tubbs in the day-glow cityscape of Miami, the law has always and will … Continue reading Best Police Vehicles from TV & Movies


Daredevil on Netflix Review: Season 1, Episode 1 “Into the Ring…”



There’s something to be said for new technologies, classic characters and ultra kick ass ass-kicking sessions that are available as fast as you want ’em. There’s a new sheriff in town, he’s dressed all in black, and while they’ll say that JUSTICE is blind, this guy IS BLIND. We, of course, are talking about the … Continue reading Daredevil on Netflix Review: Season 1, Episode 1 “Into the Ring…”