Brooklyn's Finest not that "Fine"... (Little Spoiler Alert)
About this film... this has the plot which introduce you to like 4 or 5 different characters, each living their own life in their own ways and they all get connected at one point in their lives. The intercourse and relationship between the characters is done by the book. The movie was slow-paced and a little bit dull but besides that it was a good crime/drama movie... not allot of action as many will think. The movie itself is based on each character's inner fights and possible redemption. It has a long build up but suspenseful in times. The ending could be a little bit irritating if you want probably more of it like I did... but I guess I was satisfied with it anyway.
The acting was pretty good, nothing great tho. Ethan Hawke is on some Training Day sh*t this time him being Alonzo and not Jake. Richard Gere character was the most slow-built figure in this movie and the best part I think it was Don Cheadle's Tango. The editing and cinematography were on point with few flaws and the score may I say was pretty tense.
I recommend this movie to any crime/drama/cop fans not for action fanatics because this is NOT an action movie. I guess the title really represents the idea behind the movie which is... ahhh just go see it aaaannnd here's my little rankings for this...
Art Direction: 6,5/10.