More Righteous Images from Righteous Kill

The thing about “Righteous Kill” is, it looks every bit like a pretty generic cop movie about two old farts approaching retirement, who knows the ropes, and embarks on one last case before heading off into the sunset. You’ve seen it a million times. But of course, this isn’t like every other movie, since every other movie doesn’t have Al Pacino or Robert De Niro, and they certainly don’t have the two in the same movie. That’s essentially the film’s big draw — some how, some way, it got De Niro and Pacino to collaborate on what is essentially a familiar story you’ve seen before, but you just never paid attention because, well, De Niro and Pacino weren’t involved.

In any case, we have new images from “Righteous Kill”. You can check out two of them below, and more at our gallery.

And yes, I’m still telling you that I know the identity of the killer from just having seen the trailers and the loglines. That’s how generic “Righteous Kill” is. And having said all that, I’m still seeing this movie. Why? Two words: Pacino and DeNiro.

Get righteous September 12.

see the rest of the new “Righteous Kill” images at our movie gallery
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  • seamus

    i saw this movie, dont be so sure u know who the killer is. anything can happen. it was great.

  • seamus

    i saw this movie, dont be so sure u know who the killer is. anything can happen. it was great.

  • http://www.myspace.com/lamottjackson LaMott

    Sorry to disappoint but this film is shit, and I’m the biggest fan of these two. If you wanna see these two in action & in good movies, rent “The Godfather Part II” or “Heat”. Avoid this film at all cost. So predictable. You’ve seen this episode on Law & Order many times before.

  • http://www.myspace.com/lamottjackson LaMott

    Sorry to disappoint but this film is shit, and I’m the biggest fan of these two. If you wanna see these two in action & in good movies, rent “The Godfather Part II” or “Heat”. Avoid this film at all cost. So predictable. You’ve seen this episode on Law & Order many times before.

  • rossco

    Utter, utter shit. If you don’t know who the killer is by the fifteenth minute then you still believe in santa. I’d rather eat my own face before sitting through a cop film I’ve seen a hundred times before in a hundred different guises. This is every straight to video buddy buddy cop film you’ve ever seen.
    Predictable script. predictable ending, the world’s worst cliched shoot (how many times, seriously, have you seen a man getting chased, at night, past open pipes whilst bathed in bright light? It’s like being surprised when you see a burning car in a heavy metal video, or gasping when the ref gets accidently hit during Wrestle Mania) and the least fleshed out characters since Zombie World 2. If you don’t want us to guess who the killer is, GIVE THE OTHER CHARACTER SOME DEPTH. It’s not rocket science (actually, the study of rockets comes under ballistics but you get my point). If he sits and talks in a flat voice about his kills, and spends the entire film wobbling around looking sulky, and banging a woman who looks equally grumpy, whilst the other guy puts in a happy act that gives Ronald Fucking Macdonald a run for his money, you kind of figure – it PROBABLY ISN’T GRUMPY BOLLOCKS, IT’S THE HAPPY CLAPPY NUTJOB!
    Once, when I was twelve, an old lady mistook me for a girl. She said, “hello little girl, are you lost?” I was standing with four friends, looking anything but lost, and her question came out of nowhere. And this film was more insulting and cringeworthy than that moment. Which should tell you everything. Burn Hollywood – you insult the dojo.

  • rossco

    Utter, utter shit. If you don’t know who the killer is by the fifteenth minute then you still believe in santa. I’d rather eat my own face before sitting through a cop film I’ve seen a hundred times before in a hundred different guises. This is every straight to video buddy buddy cop film you’ve ever seen.
    Predictable script. predictable ending, the world’s worst cliched shoot (how many times, seriously, have you seen a man getting chased, at night, past open pipes whilst bathed in bright light? It’s like being surprised when you see a burning car in a heavy metal video, or gasping when the ref gets accidently hit during Wrestle Mania) and the least fleshed out characters since Zombie World 2. If you don’t want us to guess who the killer is, GIVE THE OTHER CHARACTER SOME DEPTH. It’s not rocket science (actually, the study of rockets comes under ballistics but you get my point). If he sits and talks in a flat voice about his kills, and spends the entire film wobbling around looking sulky, and banging a woman who looks equally grumpy, whilst the other guy puts in a happy act that gives Ronald Fucking Macdonald a run for his money, you kind of figure – it PROBABLY ISN’T GRUMPY BOLLOCKS, IT’S THE HAPPY CLAPPY NUTJOB!
    Once, when I was twelve, an old lady mistook me for a girl. She said, “hello little girl, are you lost?” I was standing with four friends, looking anything but lost, and her question came out of nowhere. And this film was more insulting and cringeworthy than that moment. Which should tell you everything. Burn Hollywood – you insult the dojo.