No Code Of Conduct (1998)
No Code Of Conduct (1998)-* *
Directed by: Bret Michaels
Starring: Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen, Mark Dacascos, Joe Lando, Courtney Gains, Joe Estevez, and Bret Michaels
From the mind of the man who invented the song "Unskinny Bop" comes "No Code Of Conduct", his second directorial effort after A Letter From Death Row.
"Charles" Sheen as he liked to be called for 2 years (1997- to early 1999) was okay in this film. He plays a Cop On The Edge. He drinks too much and spends little time with his family etc. His father Martin is in it and plays a nothing role as his father. Joe Estevez of Money To Burn fame plays a helpful mechanic. The editing is very silly because there's always a "whoosh" sound before the scene starts. This was a lot better than 'Letter. So maybe Michaels is learning on the job as a director. We eagerly await his third feature and if current trends prevail, it should star Jonathan Bon Jovi or Franklin Muniz.
'Code is worth-seeing for "Charles", and also whatever happened for to Joe Lando? It seemed like in the 90s he was competing with Kevin Sorbo to be mainstream meatheads with similar names. I think we all know who won that battle...or do we?
Comeuppance review by: Ty