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ShowtimeWhen 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.
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Directors of "Showtime"Tom DeyBirthdate: 14 April 1965, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
Creators of "Showtime"Jorge SaraleguiKeith Sharon
Critic Reviews of "Showtime"Chicago TribuneJuly 20, 2002
The thinness of the conception gives the actors so little room to maneuver that they turn in uniformly one-note performances.Village VoiceMarch 19, 2002
90 punitive minutes of eardrum-dicing gunplay, screeching-metal smashups, and flaccid odd-couple sniping.Ebert & RoeperMarch 19, 2002
This has the feel of something that was written by committee and it's all been done before.Washington PostMarch 15, 2002
So pleased with its own spoofy conceit it stays in annoyingly self-amused, predictable mode.Washington PostMarch 15, 2002
It's not so much the generally preposterous premise as it is its sloppy handling that completely unhinges the film.USA TodayMarch 15, 2002
... Showtime isn't much of a show at all.Common Sense MediaDecember 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.comJune 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 ReviewsFebruary 25, 2003
...the real problem with Showtime is that, for a comedy, it's not nearly funny enough.Film Quips OnlineFebruary 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 ScopeOctober 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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