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National Security [Blu-ray] (Bilingual) [Import]

Colm Feore , Bill Duke , Dennis Dugan    Blu-ray
2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT MOVIE Aug. 10 2008
Most people seem to really dislike this movie but i thought it was quite funny. If you like easy to watch comedies give this one a try.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Goofy and entertaining - but nothing special June 23 2004
In this goofy cop drama, Martin Lawrence plays Earl, a white-bashing, easily terrorized black man who sends Los Angeles cop Hank (Steve Zahn) to jail because of his hysterical and inaccurate testimony. When, six months later, the two find themselves unwittingly together as security guards protecting a warehouse during a heist, they team up to track down the bad guys. Lawrence is funny at first with his poor-oppressed-black-guy routine, but it gets tired - and even offensive - fast, mostly because Earl is such a buffoon; he seems too clownishly stupid to be much more than a stereotype. Hank is the straight man, and you can't help feeling sorry for him as he endures Earl's completely misguided riffs. Yeah, this film has some laughs, especially during the slapstick scenes, but they are either mild or mindless, fine as long as you don't expect uproarious comedy.
This film is definitely a rental, not a purchase. It is entertaining, humorous, but nothing you'll remember in a few days.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good film,but flawed... June 19 2004
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National Security was a good film,but had some flaws.The stunts and action secquences were satisfying,but if there had been more action in the film,the action would have been excellent.Another flaw is that Steve Zahn's acting was horrible as Hank Rafferty.Zahn wasn't convincable one bit.Terrible casting choice.Also,Martin Lawrence took up most of the movie with racist humor and dialogue and being afraid of bees.Overall,you should see this movie.Rating:9/10
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2.0 out of 5 stars Weak! June 11 2004
Weak performance by Martin Lawrence. If you saw him in Bad Boys, this movie looks bad.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Typical Martin lawrence June 8 2004
By A Customer
This movie is completely typical of Martin Lawrence's racial views, and is just like every other movie he's in. Completely racist against everyone who is not black. Besides that the movie was still completely predictable, low budget acting, and poor dialogue. It obviously must have been written by martin lawrence himself.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Had some funny moments but.... May 14 2004
I did not hate this movie, but Martin's characters racial comments got on my last nerves, and I'm black!!!! I mean the cop was trying to hit a bee and it turned into police brutality case. There were some parts of the movie that made me chuckle, but I'm glad I did not see this one in theaters.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bombs Away May 13 2004
Imagine a movie that throws every racist black joke cliche you could ever think about into an 88 minute movie. Then imagine that it is recycled every few minutes. National Security is a comedy that is not only unfunny, but is also unoriginal, full with cliches, and downright pointless.
The movie centers around Earl Montgomery (Martin Lawrence), a security officer, and Hank Rafferty (Steve Zahn) an ex-police officer who turns security officer after what seems to be a phony Rodney King type beating. Now, this is where the movie starts to go wrong. It takes the typical black/white man stereotype and turns it into a cop movie that dares to enter where no one has gone before- make consistent black jokes from a black guy. Don't get me wrong, I'm not using black in a derogatory way, but merely to point out that these "African-American" or so called black jokes are unfunny and dull.
Later, the two somehow stumble upon a plot to take a precious metal-alloy that will make a crooked cop and some other thiefs rich. By coincidence, this group is also responsible for Hank's partners death. Because of this, Hank goes to revenge his partner.
This movie could have been replaced with stick figures and I would have been just as delighted.
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5.0 out of 5 stars FUNNY!!!!!! May 5 2004
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