• The Lieutenant (Harvey Keitel), <i>Bad Lieutenant</i>
    The Lieutenant (Harvey Keitel), Bad Lieutenant
    VOTE
    He's in the business of keeping civilians out of trouble, yet there's hardly a vice this cop doesn't weaken to. Alcoholism? Check. Felony-worthy opiates? Sure. Gambling? You'd better believe it. And let's not forget the traffic stop that ends with the lieutenant exhibiting his most sacred part in front of two teenage girls -- a moment so creepy that fans call it the Scene.
  • Detective Trupo (Josh Brolin), <i>American Gangster</i>
    Detective Trupo (Josh Brolin), American Gangster
    VOTE
    This detective is really in trouble. Corrupt to the bone, Trupo is messing with the murderous, heroin-smuggling Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington). First, he tries extortion; when that doesn't work, Trupo simply steals his cash. But when Lucas trades Trupo's name for a shorter sentence, Trupo's career -- along with his life -- comes to an end.
The Lieutenant (Harvey Keitel), <i>Bad Lieutenant</i>
Detective Trupo (Josh Brolin), <i>American Gangster</i>
Detective Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington), <i>Training Day</i>
Sheriff of Nottingham (Alan Rickman), <i>Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves</i>
Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon), <i>The Departed</i>
Dudley Smith (James Cromwell), <i>L.A. Confidential</i>
Police Inspector Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood), <i>Dirty Harry</i>
Stansfield (Gary Oldman), <i>The Professional</i>
  • Round 1
  • Round 2
  • Round 3
  • WINNER!
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