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The film follows a detective Eugene 'Mack' McCanick who determines to track down Simon Weeks when he uncovers Weekes came out of prison. He investigates himself and he gets a secret which nobody can know about the past of Weeks.
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New York Times
The dour "McCanick" banks way too much on what it is not telling us, making for a movie that thinks it's being cryptically suspenseful but is really just annoying.
March 20, 2014
A completely by-the-numbers, cliched cop story for its first two thirds, before pivoting to an ending that's shocking but also totally indefensible.
May 27, 2014
A fine performance by Cory Monteith isn't enough to salvage this drably derivative, infuriatingly improbable police drama.
September 09, 2013
NYC Movie Guru
A ho-hum B-movie with an A-list cast. Besides the solid performances, it offers nothing else to hold your interest.
April 03, 2014
The Playlist
McCanick may have worked as Chief Wiggum's favorite film in The Simpsons, but as a feature film in the real world it fails to convince, and succeeds only in frustrating.
April 04, 2014
The Dissolve
Because Noah coyly reserves the motivation for McCanick's vendetta as a third-act twist of sorts, much of McCanick simply involves watching this tortured guy mowing people down for no apparent reason.
February 25, 2014
Film Journal International
The plot of McCanick, sketchy to begin with, is made even more so by Daniel Noah's woozy, fragmented script, and direction by Josh C. Waller for which "clumsy" is almost too kind a description.
March 20, 2014
Village Voice
[A] numbingly inert series of dirty-cop clichés that abruptly builds to an ephemerally poignant climax.
March 18, 2014
Los Angeles Times
The premise that bruised feelings can get blown so far out of proportion and propel a veteran cop to risk his reputation and jettison his entire career is simply preposterous.
March 20, 2014
New York Daily News
It's a shame the script doesn't offer anything beyond loose-cannon-cop cliches.
March 20, 2014
New York Observer
The only reason to suffer through a grim wack job called McCanick is to see the late Cory Monteith in his last film role.
March 19, 2014