I watched the first half hour of this film and then gave up. It has the same ugly high def video look as Public Enemies. I thought that Michael Mann cared about authenticity, but the opening of the film takes place in a disco, with loud music, and people still talk in their normal voices, not having to shout back and forth. Right... There's also a lot of scenes of people talking on their cell phones. Cop movies should basically be set in the 70s. And since this is a Mann film, there's all that real cop lingo, making you have to guess what they're talking about half the time. Maybe I'll check out the rest of the film later, maybe not.