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Brooklyn's Finest is a well-done film about a corrupt New York City police department. Although it takes place in the present, the corruption depicted is so massive that it reminded me of what went on in that department before the Knapp Commission conducted its investigation of the New York City Police Department in The Knapp Commission established that an enormous number of cops were corrupt, on the take, and on the pad paid off primarily by drug dealers for allowing them to conduct their illegal activities without fear.