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“Al Pacino’s virtuoso performance and Lumet’s great location work add up to a brilliant genre piece that transcends police conventions to create a moving and engaging portrait of Frank Serpico.”

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“Al Pacino’s virtuoso performance and Lumet’s great location work add up to a brilliant genre piece that transcends police conventions to create a moving and engaging portrait of Frank Serpico.”

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Apart from that, “Serpico” is slow, redundant and difficult to follow, because you don’t know who is who or which are the good guys and which are the bad guys. There’s no tension, no great dialogues, no plot where you see how one thing leads to another, no great introspective scenes, because the problem is not that it’s slow, but that nothing happens, nothing besides having a jerk acting cool and preaching to everyone. Yes, we know you are perfect Serpico, with very bad looks, but perfect. Let’s hear it for you.

Sidney Lumet brings up this subject based on the true story of a cop Frank Serpico who not only did an impeccable job in defense of the law, but also did everything in his power to clean up the police force.

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Apart from that, “Serpico” is slow, redundant and hard to follow, because you don’t know who is who or which are the good guys and which are the bad guys. There is also no tension, no great dialogues, no plot where you see how one thing leads to another, no great introspective scenes, because the problem is not that it is slow, but that nothing happens, nothing besides having a jerk going cool and preaching to everyone. Yes, we know you are perfect Serpico, with very bad looks, but perfect. Let’s hear it for you.

Sidney Lumet brings up this subject based on the true story of a cop Frank Serpico who not only did an impeccable job in defense of the law, but also did everything in his power to clean up the police force.

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