Mangold certainly knew what he was doing when he cast Keitel and De Niro. full review
Cop Land shares its leading man's slow-wittedness, but also his likability. full review
It's pretty funny, actually, that Stallone gained 40 pounds to play this role, and what the movie needs more than anything else is to eat a salad and do some sit-ups. full review
Although too simplistic in its good-guys/bad-guys approach to morally and emotionally ambiguous material, Cop Land emerges as an absorbing and dramatic yarn about exposing the evil doings of some of New York's finest. full review
A solidly entertaining drama that stays true to the independent spirit of its filmmakers
At its heart, the movie has a good story to tell: the lumbering oaf who's not nearly as stupid and not nearly as gutless as all the hot dogs from the big city think. full review
The movie's no roller-coaster ride, but there isn't a boring moment either. full review
This is a good filmthat could have been great if not for an act of well-intentioned, but misguided casting. full review
Nearly down for the count in the movie ring, Stallone isn't just back in the fight. He's a winner.
Though at first Cop Land seems as if it will be an ensemble piece, it is, in fact, Stallone's movie. full review
The film is probably best taken as an ultimately slight but still compelling Eastern that plays like a vintage Western about personal redemption.
A movie with such a promising concept, so poorly executed, that it begs to be remade. full review
Oh, the tyranny of being serious about your art: It's a shame when an actor like Sylvester Stallone, who's always at his most appealing when he just hunkers down and lets himself be a big galoot, feels he has to make a bid for respectability. full review