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Cop Car 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

Cop Car

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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Jon Watts
Produced by Cody Ryder
Alicia Van Couvering
Sam Bisbee
Andrew Kortschak
Jon Watts
Written by Jon Watts
Christopher Ford
Starring Kevin Bacon
James Freedson-Jackson
Hays Wellford
Camryn Manheim
Shea Whigham
Music by Phil Mossman
Cinematography Matthew J. Lloyd
Larkin Seiple
Edited by Megan Brooks
Andrew Hasse
Production
companies
Audax Films
Dark Arts Film
Park Pictures
Distributed by Focus World
Release dates
  • January 24, 2015 (2015-01-24) (Sundance Film Festival)
  • August 7, 2015 (2015-08-07) (United States)
Running time
88 minute
Country United States
Language English
Box office $134,552

 

Cop Car 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

Cop Car is a 2015 American road thriller film directed by Jon Watts and written by Jon Watts and Christopher Ford. The film stars Kevin Bacon, Shea Whigham, Camryn Manheim, James Freedson-Jackson, and Hays Wellford. The film was released in theaters on August 7, 2015, by Focus World.

Cop Car 2015

Cop Car 2015

Truth in advertising: Cop Car is almost entirely about a cop car. Parked on the outskirts of a wooded area, with no corresponding officer anywhere in sight, the vehicle is discovered by a pair of 10-year-old boys, Travis (James Freedson-Jackson) and Harrison (Hays Wellford), who stumble onto it while running away from home together. Finding the keys, and possessing maybe one-sixteenth of a lick of sense between them, they immediately decide to take a joy ride, heading out onto the highway despite barely being able to see over the dashboard. Meanwhile, the car’s owner, Sheriff Kretzer (Kevin Bacon), has to scramble to recover it before anyone else with a badge learns that it’s been stolen. Or, rather, borrowed.

If that sounds like the premise for a goofy comedy, think again. Co-written and directed by Jon Watts (who’s since been tapped to helm the next Spider-Man movie),Cop Car is a surprisingly nasty piece of work, more reminiscent of old John Dahl thrillers from the ’90s (Red Rock West, The Last Seduction) than of Let’s Be Cops. As it turns out, Sheriff Kretzer didn’t leave his car to take a leak, or even to score with some chick—he was digging a shallow grave some distance away, and the body he planned to dump in it is still in the trunk. Consequently, his efforts to retrieve the vehicle take on, shall we say, a certain urgency, which contrasts nicely with Travis and Harrison’s clueless euphoria behind the wheel.

Initially, Cop Car feels a bit toothless, if only because it’s hard to believe that there’s any serious threat to the boys’ safety—American movies aren’t big on killing off cute little kids. Bacon partially solves the problem by delivering a performance that’s wholly devoid of empathy, making the sheriff seem like someone who’d stuff a newborn infant down a garbage disposal if that somehow served his interests. Much of the film’s anxiety level, however, actually derives from Travis and Harrison themselves, as they both seem like a Junior Darwin Award waiting to happen. There are loaded guns in the car, which they predictably treat like cool toys; watching them toss a pistol around with no conception of how a safety works is as nerve-wracking as watching a puppy scamper across terrain festooned with live land mines.

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