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    The Other Guys [Unrated] [Blu-ray] [2010]
    The Other Guys [Unrated] [Blu-ray] [2010]
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    Overall Customer Rating:
    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (324 out of 347)

    Special Features

    • Both Theatrical and Unrated Film Versions
    • Deleted & Extended Scenes
    • Bed, Bath & Way Beyond - Watch Captain Mauch in Action!
    • Crash and Burn! - Stunt Featurette
    • Blu-ray Exclusives
    • More Deleted & Extended Scenes
    • Gag Reel
    • Line-O-Rama
    • Pimps Don't Cry Music Video
    • A "Mom-mentary" featuring Will Ferrell, Writer Chris Henchy and Director Adam McKay's Moms
    • Movie lQ + Sync


    The Other Guys
    A desk-jockey detective and his tough-talking partner get their moment to shine in this buddy police comedy starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, and directed by Adam McKay (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby). New York City detective Allen Gamble (Ferrell) is more comfortable pushing pencils than busting bad guys. A meticulous forensic accountant, his numbers are never off. Detective Terry Hoitz (Wahlberg) is Gamble's reluctant partner. Try as Detective Hoitz might to get back on the streets, an embarrassing encounter with Derek Jeter has left a sizable black mark on his permanent record. Detectives Danson (Dwayne Johnson) and Highsmith (Samuel L. Jackson) are the complete opposites of Gamble and Hoitz: unwaveringly confident, they always get their man, and they do it with style to spare. When the time comes for Gamble and Hoitz to prove their mettle and save the day, their incompetence becomes the stuff of legend. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Will Ferrell
      Will Ferrell - Det. Allen Gamble
    • Mark Wahlberg
      Mark Wahlberg - Det. Terry Hoitz
    • Eva Mendes
      Eva Mendes - Dr. Sheila Gamble
    • Michael Keaton
      Michael Keaton - Capt. Gene Mauch
    • Dwayne Johnson
      Dwayne Johnson - Det. Christopher Danson

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    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 347 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      funny plot

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      "The Other Guys" is the latest collaboration of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, who created other recent comedy classics such as Talledega Nights and Anchorman. This movie has a great combination of insider police humor and current hot button issues in New York City, namely white collar crime. It crosses a few genres, equal parts buddy cop movie, with a comedic take on action flicks, as well as investigations of corporate corruption. It is in the same vein as Kevin Smith's "Copout" which was also released in 2010 and follows the exploits of eccentric cops battling crime in New York. McKay directed and cowrote this movie, which really has some solid and intricate writing, which is counterbalanced by the antics of Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg's characters, Terry Hoight and Allan Gamble. The opening scene is an obvious ribbing of cliche driven cop action flicks, played to perfection by the team of Samuel L. Jackson and The Rock, whose fate shows a touch of reality and provides a counterpoint to the duo of Ferrell and Wahlberg, whose identity is created as being known only for their mediocrity and incompetence, hence they are "the other guys." Ferrell is an accountant desk cop, who is goaded into discharging his weapon in a "desk pop" in order to fit in with his coworkers. Even though he seems like the "office geek," his development throughout the movie shows a hilariously dark past and an instant magnestism with women, which baffles Wahlberg's character, dubbed the "Yankee Clipper," an action hungry self proclaimed "peacock", who is in the doghouse for accidentaly shooting a baseball player while on a ballpark security detail. They are relagated to being the butt of every joke from their fellow officers, yet when they stumble upon the malfeasance of a multi national coroporation, the odd couple take on the treachery of Wall Street's dark side. Given that this movie was filmed in 2009, just a year after the stock market crash and during the bailout controversy, McKay proves to be as socially conscious as he is hilarious. There is quite a cast in this movie, aside from the great preformance of Ferrell and Wahlberg. Eva Mendes plays Ferrell's wife, who dumbfounds Wahlberg as to how Ferrell could marry a woman of her stature. Michael Keaton is the duo's captain, who trys to be lenient despite their bumbling, as he works a demeaning side job at Bed, Bath and Beyond to finance his son's NYU education, where he allegedly "explores his bi-sexuality and DJing skills." Rob Riggle, of Daily show fame (as well as the tazer cop in "The Hangover") teams up with Daymon Wayans to replace the recently fallen Jackson and Rock as the top dogs, who become the new self promoting glory hounds of the NYC media. Steve Coogan plays Ershon, the bunko businessman who's scams range from Nigeria to Chechnya, with a penchant for bribing with pairs of tickets to the Jersey Boys and Mama Mia and Ray Stevenson rounds out the cast as the neo-conservative security expert who plays the foil to the heroic other guys. The undercover informant at the end also hints at a new case "the other guys" have a lead on; a sequel is likely in the offing.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Laughs and action that go down well

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      What happens when an odd couple, cops who are not only unsung, but also not even heroes, get a chance to prove (to the NYPD and each other) that they are hotshots? Thanks to excellent execution, this slim premise becomes a thoroughly enjoyable movie, even if the script loses its oomph in the middle. Farrell is flawless and Wahlberg nearly as good. In addition, the slick set pieces keeps the movie moving at a good clip. Sony's natural-looking video offers stunning detail, but the 5.1 lossless soundtrack is better at roaring than whispering. Even apart from the good things going on, you should get this Blu-ray for the "Mom"-Mentary, a commentary by the actors' mothers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Hillarious Movie Little Long But Otherwise Great


      This movie was great, both the theatrical and unrated version. The delted scenes were hillarious, I wish they added a couple to the movie. The movie was long, I did lose focus for a while but then it brought me right back. The way they went about some jokes was just so unexpected that I could not help but laugh. This was a completely different role for Will Ferrel he played the quiet shy one, until he revealed his "dark" past and embraced it. Michael Keaton was great as their captain. Mark Walberg was hilalrious, especially when it came to Sheila (Eva Mendes). I bought it when it came out and have watched it at least 5 times since.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      No Digital Copy!

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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Bought this partially because the description (at the time) and the product image shows a digital copy included with the blu-ray. This isn't the case. My copy came with a sticker over it stating the digital copy had expired. That's a bit silly to me. Research uncovered that Sony apparently doesn't honor codes that have "expired" so you're on your own if you want the digital copy. I did so I used the Disc-to-Digital option on VUDU and got what I needed for an extra $2. In the end it isn't a huge deal, just a bit annoying.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      So funny - have to watch it again.


      My husband and I saw this movie in the theaters. It was so funny we actually missed parts because we were laughing so much. Not only were Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg hilarious, Samuel L. Jackson and the Rock were equally as funny. I usually become bored in action movies like this, but that was not the case with this movie. I am buying it for him for Christmas - it will be one of those movies that we can watch over and over and still enjoy it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Must Buy!!!


      Will Ferrell and Marky Mark star in one of the funniest movies I've seen all year. I am a huge fan of both of them (exceptions of Marky Mark going on tour with New Kids On The Block and putting the final season of Entourage on hold). None the less this film is hilarious and very clever. If you don't love this movie you have a horrible since of humor. Think Cop Out, but less serious and more laughs or a modern day/funnier version of Starsky and Hutch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Funny movie

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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I haven't yet seen a really bad Will Ferrell movie yet - and this one is no exception. Good chemistry between Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg - which is pretty good also in his role. The beginning with the "original" two idiots is very, very funny, but the rest does not disappoint. All things considered, a good movie to watch with my teenage kids after a long day... If you keep your expectations in check - this will be quite an enjoyable flick.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Peacock of a movie, you gotta let it fly

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      This is a totally worth $5 blu-ray movie so I had to pick it up. The unrated version is not much different (I only know one joke change off the top of my head) but even that one joke is better unrated. This is the only Adam McKay movie I like enough to buy and that's saying something. Not that I hate his others, but this one just has some real quality humor that is unlike Anchorman. 4/5 would recommend.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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