Clint, 'The Rookie' & Me

Synopsis: Funny comedy documentary about Charlie Sheen making The Rookie with Clint Eastwood.
Genre: Comedy
 
IMDB:
7.0
Year:
1990
22 min
35 Views


At ease.

Your name?

David Ackerman.

- How long have you been on the force?

- Two years, sir.

- Speak up, Ackerman.

- Sir, two years.

You applied for detective

in Burglary, Auto Theft division.

Most of the young hotshots were

lining up for Robbery or Homicide.

Sir, I figured there would be more

openings in Burglary, Auto Theft...

...and I love chasing G-rides, sir.

- G-rides, Ackerman?

I'm sorry, sir.

Grand-theft auto.

Tell me something, Ackerman.

Why do you want to be

on the police force?

Because I want to help people, sir.

That's a lie, isn't it?

- Do you have any siblings, officer?

- No.

That's another lie, isn't it?

Jump, Joey, jump!

- You had a brother, didn't you?

- Jump, Joey, jump!

L... I was...

I was just a kid.

- Jump!

- You murdered your own brother.

It wasn't my fault.

Come on, jump.

Jump!

Come on, Joey.

Jump it!

David!

- You murdered your own brother.

- You murdered your brother.

You murdered your own brother.

David, are you okay?

- What's the matter?

- Nothing.

I'm a little tense

about the exam tomorrow.

Why are you doing this to yourself?

All right.

Welcome aboard.

Good job. Go on.

Get out of here.

Thanks.

- Let's get rolling, man.

- Why the hell not?

You got a light?

There must be 100 good reasons

why you shouldn't smoke those things.

But right now,

I can't think of one.

Damn.

Feast your eyes on that.

Yeah, a real classic.

They don't make them

like that anymore.

Man, you got tachometers for eyes.

I was talking about the babe.

So was I.

- Morales is two minutes late.

- We're out of here.

You shouldn't be getting

your hands dirty, angel blanco.

What, and miss out

on all the fun?

- You're late, maricon.

- Not by my watch.

- Get yourself a better one, Loco.

- Go on. Get the hell out of here.

Come on. Let's go!

Let's wrap this thing up.

After all these months

of working on this deal...

- Let's get moving, man.

- Take it easy.

Another couple of minutes

ain't gonna to kill you.

Police officers!

Get your hands up! Up!

A little early for Christmas shopping,

ain't it?

- Who's up front in the cab?

- Santa Claus.

And I'm the tooth fairy.

Try again.

No one, man.

There's nobody here but us.

Nobody here, Nick!

Surprise.

Oh, no.

Oh, no, man.

Motherfucker.

Son of a bitch.

Motherfucker.

Jesus Christ!

Who is this insane motherfucker?

Later, you fucker!

- Is he all right?

- Anybody else in there?

Anybody else in the car?

- You need any help?

- You got a light?

- Powell was a good man. Tough break.

- Yeah.

Good to see you

back on your feet.

Hey, Nick. Sorry to hear

about Powell, man.

- Ray.

- Nick, good to see you up and around.

I've looked at the files.

Both those guys on the trailer are in it.

That one fella, Ken Blackwell,

an ex-CIA pilot that's gone sour...

...has about 300 drug flights

across the border.

And Loco Martinez has eight counts

of grand-theft auto.

Shut up, Nick. You don't waste any time

on polite conversation, do you, Nick?

That's what I like about you.

Either way, it don't matter anymore.

- What don't matter?

- The Strom case.

Because you're being taken off it.

Homicide's taking over.

Homicide?

You know the only way to get to Strom

is to pin him to chop-shop operations.

But Homicide's just gonna...

Look, kid. This is a private

conversation here.

- Nick, this is David Ackerman.

- Hello, David. Pleasure meeting you.

- Nick, that was your new partner.

- You're kidding me.

Let him back in, Nick, now.

Don't mind Pulovski. He's an asshole,

but you'll get used to him after a while.

- Flattery will get you nowhere.

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