Line Of Duty

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"The clock is ticking. The world is watching."
  • R
  • 2019
  • 1 hr 38 min
  • 5.3  (9,047)
  • 50

Line of Duty is a 2019 thriller/action movie starring Aaron Eckhart, Courtney Eaton, and Ben McKenzie. The plot revolves around Frank Penny, a disgraced cop who is hunting for a kidnapper who has abducted the young daughter of a prominent judge. Frank becomes obsessed with trying to save the girl as he feels responsible for the missing child.

The film opens with a news broadcast showing footage of the kidnap victim and the perpetrator, a disheveled man. Frank is watching the report on a TV in a dingy motel room where he is living. He is shown to be a flawed character who has a drinking problem and is estranged from his wife and daughter. He is portrayed as a man who is seeking redemption and believes that rescuing the kidnapped girl is his chance at redemption.

The story takes a turn when Frank spots a young reporter named Ava, played by Courtney Eaton, at the scene of the crime. She is trying to piece together what happened and for some reason Frank thinks she may be able to help him find the kidnapper. The two form an alliance, which creates an interesting dynamic between them as Frank tries to balance his obsessive nature with her professional and ethical obligations.

Throughout the movie, Frank and Ava are hot on the heels of the kidnapper as they try to unravel clues and find the little girl before it's too late. As they delve deeper into the case, they begin to realize that things are not as they seem and that the kidnapper may be someone they never expected.

Ben McKenzie plays the role of a police officer who is in charge of the case but is skeptical of Frank's involvement due to his past behavior. He works closely with Frank and Ava to try to solve the case, but tensions rise as they come closer to discovering the truth.

The film is full of action sequences as Frank and Ava race against time to save the young girl. Each sequence is shot and executed impeccably, immersing the audience in the tension and danger of the situation. The cinematography is also noteworthy, with beautiful shots of the city skyline and aerial shots of the car chases, adding to the overall thrilling experience.

The acting is also commendable, with Eckhart delivering an outstanding performance as the troubled cop. His portrayal of a man who is so consumed by his past mistakes that he is willing to put his life in danger to make things right is both raw and emotional. Eaton is also impressive as the journalist who helps Frank and provides some much-needed humor to the movie. Ben McKenzie is convincing as the by-the-book cop trying to do his job while dealing with the pressure of the situation.

Overall, Line of Duty is an engaging and thrilling movie that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. With a great storyline, excellent performances, and stunning visuals, it is a must-watch for fans of action/thriller movies.

Line Of Duty is a 2019 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 38 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.3 and a MetaScore of 50.

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