Training Day (2001) [English (MPEG Layer III, 159 kBit/s, 44 kHz, Stereo)]
Genre: Drama / Crime / Thriller
Length: 2h 0m 0s
Director: Antoine Fuqua
Tagline: The only thing more dangerous than the line being crossed, is the cop who will cross it.
Plot outline: In a city where streets are overrun by drug dealers, those who have sworn to uphold the law are breaking them to clean up the streets. Denzel Washington plays L.A.P.D detective Alonzo Harris, a veteran narcotics officer whose methods of enforcing the law are questionable, if not corrupt. 'Training Day' follows Harris as he trains rookie Jake Hoyt (Ethan Hawk) over a period 24 hours. Ethical dilemmas arise for Hoyt as well as the audience as questions present themselves as to whether or not Harris' methodology for ridding the streets of South Central Los Angeles of drugs is right or wrong. Summary written by Anna {} Jake Hoyt wants to become a LAPD narc agent, stop narcs from selling drugs on the streets. But that might be hard as he works with LAPD narc agent Alonzo Harris for the next 24 hours. Alonzo is an LAPD veteran who has been working the narcs for over a decade, but his ways and techniques of becoming a narc agent are questionable, if not corrupt. As the 24 hours go by, Jake observes Alonzo's methods, and in the madness, Jake tries to solve all the twists and turns, trying to figure out who really is the enemy here. Training Day. Its a day of reckoning. Summary written by Charles Lee {}
Comment: This could be a good film, but I found this too over the top. Parts of the plot become weak, and the ending is too much. Why would they show a rookie too much on his first day? I can not see why Washington got an award for this one. There are bad cops out there, but if I wore the uniform I would find this movie insulting.
IMDB Rating: 7.3
Country: USA
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Denzel WashingtonasDetective Alonzo Harris
Ethan HawkeasOfficer Jake Hoyt
Scott GlennasRoger
Tom BerengerasStan Gursky