Sep 052014


In this edition of The Forgotten, Matthew Pejkovic (Matt’s Movies Reviews) explains why Narc (Joe Carnahan, 2002 ) is a genre masterpiece. Thanks for sharing this film with us Matt.[Ed]

Whenever the discussion turns to best directorial debuts, the one go-to in my arsenal is Joe Carnahan’s 2002 crime thriller Narc. Yes, this is the same Joe Carnahan who failed to dazzle with Smokin’ Aces and The A-Team, had Liam Neeson face off against a pack of wolves in The Grey, and has more failed projects than accomplished ones throughout his career. Yet so strong is Narc, that any misstep in Carnahan’s career is immediately forgiven.

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