|Release Date : Aug. 06, 2010 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★|
Unlike their heroic counterparts on the force desk-bound NYPD detectives Gamble and Hoitz garner no headlines as they work day to day. When a seemingly minor case turns out to be a big deal the two cops get the opportunity to finally prove to their comrades that they have the right stuff.
Duration : 1 Hour 56 Minutes
|Cast and Crew :|
Jalil Jay Lynch as Rasta | Roy T. Anderson as Rasta | Andrew Secunda as Christopher Danson | Sara Chase as Press Conference Reporter | David Gideon as Press Conference Reporter | Joshua Church as Mayor | Damon Wayans Jr. as Martin | Alison Becker as Bob Littleford | Warren Kelley as David Ershon | Zoe Lister-Jones as Jimmy | Sean Heilig as Therapist | Matthew J. McCarthy as Therapy Cop | Adam Phillips as Therapy Cop | Tess Kartel as Therapy Cop | Rob Mars as Brazilian Woman | C.C. Taylor as Wesley's Guard | Zach Woods as Wesley's Guard | Jake Quinn as Douglas | Elizabeth Kaledin as Don Beaman | Peter R. Thewes as Officer Watts | Robin Ng as Hazmat Officer | Natalie Zea as Waiter | Barry Carl as Old Man at Irish Bar | Benjamin Magnuson as Irish Singer | Thomas McDonnell as Irish Singer | Jimmy O'Donnell as Irish Singer | Kevin Osborne as Irish Singer | Pierce Turner as Irish Singer | James Archie Worley as Irish Singer | Shakiem Evans as Francine | Danielle Cell as Dancer | Brianne Moncrief as Brenda | Patrick Ferrell as Herself | Oliver Wood as Dirty Mike | James Mazzola as Captain Salty | Patrick Crowley as Homeless Dude | Tara Copeland as Beaman's Assistant | Eamon Speer as Police Dispatcher | Patrick Reale as Ice Cream Man | Pete Antico as Accountant | Viola Harris as Chechen Rebel | Jamie Dugal as Mama Ramos | Chris Gethard as Schoolgirl | Michael Fawcett as Clerk | Pilar Angelique as Minister | Jon Brion as Himself | Producer : Patrick Crowley | Director : Adam McKay |