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    Showtime

    When two very different cops are forced to team up on a new reality based T.V. cop show, they find their lives turned upside down by a powerhouse producer and her very intrusive camera crew.    
    Duration: 95 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2002
    IMDb: 5.5
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  • Actors of "Showtime"

  • Characters of "Showtime"

    Det. Mitch Preston. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Robert De Niro
    Teacher. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Rachael Harris
    Officer Trey Sellars. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Eddie Murphy
    Police Captain Ben. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Zaid Farid
    Casting Director. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Alex Borstein
    Producer. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Holly Mandel
    Convenience Store Owner. Character of Showtime
    Ray. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Nestor Serrano
    Rerun. Character of Showtime
    Played by: T.J. Cross
    Lazy Boy. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Yasiin Bey
    'Showtime' Cameraman. Character of Showtime
    Played by: James Roday
    Ceasar Vargas. Character of Showtime
    Brad Slocum. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Peter Jacobson
    Ping-Pong Opponent. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Ewan Chung
    Chase Renzi. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Rene Russo
    Johnnie Cochran. Character of Showtime
    Duty Officer. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Rick Cramer
    Lt. Winship. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Frankie Faison
    Kyle. Character of Showtime
    Lexi. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Joy Bryant
    Chili. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Maurice Compte
    Freez. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Freez Luv
    Hector. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Merlin Santana
    J.J.. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Jules Douglas
    Big Boy. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Jeff Sanders
    William Shatner. Character of Showtime
    Julio. Character of Showtime
    Gina Reyes. Character of Showtime
    Charlie Hertz. Character of Showtime
    Played by: John Cariani
    Screaming Woman. Character of Showtime
    Pool Girl. Character of Showtime
    Garbage Truck Driver. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Henry Kingi
    Uniform. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Neil Mather
    Animal Welfare Worker #1. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Joel Elliott
    Gun Show Patron. Character of Showtime
    Played by: Clement Blake
    Police Officer. Character of Showtime
    Played by: John Polce
  • Directors of "Showtime"

    Tom Dey. Director of Showtime
    Tom Dey
    Birthdate: 14 April 1965, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
  • Creators of "Showtime"

    Jorge Saralegui. Director of Showtime
    Jorge Saralegui
    Keith Sharon. Director of Showtime
    Keith Sharon
  • Critic Reviews of "Showtime"

    Chicago Tribune
    July 20, 2002

    The thinness of the conception gives the actors so little room to maneuver that they turn in uniformly one-note performances.

    Village Voice
    March 19, 2002

    90 punitive minutes of eardrum-dicing gunplay, screeching-metal smashups, and flaccid odd-couple sniping.

    Ebert & Roeper
    March 19, 2002

    This has the feel of something that was written by committee and it's all been done before.

    Washington Post
    March 15, 2002

    So pleased with its own spoofy conceit it stays in annoyingly self-amused, predictable mode.

    Washington Post
    March 15, 2002

    It's not so much the generally preposterous premise as it is its sloppy handling that completely unhinges the film.

    USA Today
    March 15, 2002

    ... Showtime isn't much of a show at all.

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    A funny movie for adults and older teens.

    Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
    June 25, 2004

    Throughout the movie, De Niro scowls and looks as if something smells bad -- and something does. It's the script.

    MovieFreak.com
    June 19, 2003

    What can you say when the best thing about a movie is William Shatner playing himself and parodying his own persona?

    Reel Film Reviews
    February 25, 2003

    ...the real problem with Showtime is that, for a comedy, it's not nearly funny enough.

    Film Quips Online
    February 08, 2003

    Pairing no-nonsense actor Robert De Niro and comedy king Eddie Murphy may have been a clever idea rife with possibilities, but they are working for a creative team that ultimately misses its own point.

    Laramie Movie Scope
    October 10, 2002

    Shatner is probably the funniest person in the film, which gives you an idea just how bad it was.

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