Director: Peter Berg
Writers: Sean O’Keefe, Brian Helgeland
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Winston Duke, Alan Arkin
Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) is an ex-cop who just got out of prison. When two of his former colleagues turn up murdered, he recruits Hawk, his roommate, to investigate.
Just another average film
Spenser Confidential is just an ordinary film.
If you’re looking for mindblowing plots, then you will be disappointed. It’s just a simple investigation story.
You know where it’s going, so you won’t be surprised neither, even when the filmmakers want you to be surprised.
Spenser Confidential is forgettable.
I’m going to keep this review very short.
I watched this film because Mark Wahlberg was in it, but it is just a bad movie.
Everything was terrible, bad script, terrible directing, and it had an awful comedy delivery. The movie tries to be something it’s not.
When it wants to be emotional, it fails. The jokes are terrible, or the execution of it. You could see the twist happening from a mile away.
Don’t waste your time, and go watch another movie.