Father and son detectives (real-life family Sheen And Sheen) discover that there is No Code Of Conduct within the police force to which they have dedicated their lives. This revelation was made when they tried to stop the most notorious heroin dealer in the city and uncovered the rampant corruption among their fellow officers. Not knowing who to trust on the force, they must go it alone as they try to stop a $50 million drug deal from going down. (Laurie Sevano)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits generally pleasing color fidelity. Hues are rich and warm, with nicely balanced fleshtones, and deep blacks. Hues occasionally seem a bit pumped up, with reddish fleshtones. While images are sharp, there is a
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