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In 1933, private investigator Mike Murphy is shocked when his partner, Dehl Swift, is killed by thugs working for Primo Pitt. Now the slick private eye and tough police lieutenant, once partners, now bitter enemies, must reluctantly team up to investigate the murder.
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TV Guide
What could have been an interesting and funny period piece under the directorship of original screenwriter Edwards is turned into a tedious, infantile mess by director Benjamin.
December 08, 2007
Creative Loafing
Bottom line: Good roles for the stars, nice production values, and an impressive supporting cast, but no thrills and only minor laughs.
May 07, 2016
Film4
In the end, it is all pretty woeful.
May 24, 2003
Chicago Reader
Under the direction of last-minute replacement Richard Benjamin, the results are insufferable -- grotesque, chaotic, demoralized.
January 01, 2000
Variety
An amiable but decidedly lukewarm confection geared entirely around the two star turns.
December 08, 2007
Chicago Sun-Times
How do travesties like this get made?
October 23, 2004