Muzzle (2023) Hindi Movie Review

Muzzle (2023) Hindi Movie Storyline

Muzzle (2023) Hindi Movie: After his dog is killed on Skid Row, Jake Rosser plummets deep into a sinister underworld to uncover the truth about who may be responsible. LAPD K-9 officer Jake Rosser (Aaron Eckhart) and his K-9 partner Ace battle it out on the streets of LA when they get into a shootout with local drug dealers, and Ace is shot dead. In a moment of crisis, Jake tries to get an EMT to look at Ace and assaults him when he refuses, resulting in him taking leave from the force. Blocked by Internal Affairs and muzzled by his own superiors from finding the shooter’s identity, Jake resolves to go rogue and partners with "Socks,"  a violent K-9 with titanium incisors and a mysterious past. Jake and Socks aim to uncover a vast conspiracy that has a chokehold on the city and take vengeance on those responsible. —RLJE Films

Muzzle (2023) Hindi Overview

Genre: Action, Crime, Drama

Original Language: English

Director: John Stalberg Jr.

Producer: David Frigerio, John Stalberg Jr., Ford Corbett, Tim O'Hair, B.D. Gunnell, Nathan Klingher, Ryan Winterstern

Writer: Carlyle Eubank

Release Date (Theaters): Sep 29, 2023  Limited

Release Date (Streaming): Sep 29, 2023

Box Office (Gross USA): $5.0K

Runtime: 1h 36m

Distributor: RLJE Films

Production Co: Studio 507, Slow Burn, Highland Film Group (HFG), Broken Open Pictures

Muzzle (2023) Hindi Movie Review

Cards on the table: I’m an unashamed fan of Aaron Eckhart’s. He’s private with his private life; he’s a good actor who’s always interesting to watch; and he’s a handsome lad. This film had potential. The first hour or so was an interesting look at the solitary life of a cop in the canine unit, the reality of his job, and the beat he’s patrolling - the homeless encampments of downtown LA. Both the invisibles of society. There was an attempt to address the scourge of fentanyl addiction, which many states are unable to cope with. So far, so interesting, if a little slow. All of a sudden, he gets a girlfriend (why?—he would have been more believable as an older sexually ambiguous man who struggles with intimacy because of his combat history in Iraq - but I digress) - and they’re shagging within 5 minutes of meeting. Totes legit, babes. And believable. Then he gets involved with a drug gang; we’re not quite sure if he’s been sacked from his job because he’s killed 2 people, and then there’s a female cartel boss stealing his dog (not sure why), then Pote from Queen of the South turns up as a police dog dealing lumberjack, and then Aaron goes all Rambo and kills everyone in 3 minutes, suddenly helped by his sniper colleague who’s hated him for the duration of the movie.

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