In this glossy L.A. crime drama by Mike Figgis, Andy Garcia stars as Sgt. Raymond Avila, a cop who just joined the Internal Affairs division of the L.A.P.D. An investigation into police corruption has led Avila and his partner, Sgt. Amy Wallace (Laurie Metcalf), to Officer Dennis Peck (Richard Gere). Avila suspects something about Peck from the beginning; his influence and dominance over others seems to extend further than the reach of his badge. When officers who wish to testify against Peck start dying, the depth of his corruption becomes increasingly clear; at his disposal, he has an army of cops and criminals alike. He even agrees to assassinate a sleazy businessman's own parents, and humiliates the businessman while they make the deal. In his drive to dominate others, Peck attempts to seduce almost every woman around him and is obsessed with children and fatherhood. Peck is most dangerous when the investigation threatens his territory and his extended family; he stalks Avila and turns him against his wife (Nancy Travis).~Jonathan E. Laxamana
This movie was very interesting. It is a bit dated but definitely a good watch if you haven't already seen it. Personally I had never heard of this movie and wasn't sure how good it would be but I found myself pleasantly surprised. He is an excellent actor, and i loved seeing him play a different role.
This review is from Internal Affairs [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great psychological thriller!
This is a great movie, my wife and I love it! This movie is reminiscent of Unlawful Entry, and more recently, Lakeview Terrace. It's a great plot with an allstar cast. Aside from the cheesy 80s music that doesn't seem to fit any scene, I highly recommend it! (Personally, I like seeing Richard Gere as a bad guy, he should do it more often.)