- 1 hr 24 min
Bulletproof is a 1996 American action-comedy directed by Ernest Dickerson and stars Damon Wayans, Adam Sandler, and James Caan. The movie is set in the criminal underworld of Los Angeles. The film revolves around a criminal named Archie Moses (Damon Wayans) who gets the opportunity to testify against his former partners in crime. However, when he is about to go to the courtroom to testify against them, he meets his former best friend, Rock Keats (Adam Sandler). Rock Keats is now an undercover cop who has been assigned the task of bringing down Moses' former partners in crime. Moses and Keats were childhood friends, but their friendship turned sour when Moses became involved in criminal activities. As they meet, both of them started to share the old memories and catch up with the past. But then, things take a turn for the worse when Moses discovers that Keats is actually an undercover cop. Moses then sets out to kill Keats, but the duo ends up being chased by the criminal underworld of Los Angeles, and the corrupt cops who are working for Moses' former partners. In the midst of all the action and adventure, Moses and Keats must face their past and work together to survive. Their journey takes them across California as they dodge bullets and run from the people who want them dead. The film has a lot of comedic moments that make it an enjoyable watch. Damon Wayans delivers a strong performance as the antagonist, and Adam Sandler's wit and humor add to the overall entertainment value of the film. James Caan plays a pivotal role as Frank Colton, the corrupt cop who is working for Moses' former partners. The action sequences in the film are well choreographed and keep the audience on the edge of their seats. There are car chases, gunfights, and explosions which all serve to add to the excitement and adrenaline rush of the film. Overall, Bulletproof is an entertaining and enjoyable action-comedy that delivers on all fronts. With a solid cast and strong performances, the film is a must-watch for fans of the genre.