Director Oren Moverman reteams with Woody Harrelson for Rampart, a brutally honest portrait of a corrupt Los Angeles police officer. Dave Brown (Harrelson) is already the focus of much internal investigation when he's caught on tape beating a black man, sending his already unstable career into a further tailspin. Dave lives with his wife and his ex-wife, who happen to be sisters, but that doesn't stop him from picking up women in bars and going to bed with a lawyer who may or may not be investigating him. As his life spirals out of control, Dave makes one last desperate grab for cash. Co-written by Moverman and crime novelist James Ellroy, Rampart played at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
I am not really sure how I feel bout this movie. It seems like I should write that I enjoyed it but at the same time was disturbed by it. I liked lots of parts of this movie, but I didn't enjoy the story line. I have watched this movie twice already so it is decent enough of a movie to own.