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Lets Be Cops No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2014
15
29th August
Lets Be Cops

Directed by

Luke Greenfield

Starring

Jake Johnson
Damon Wayans Jr.
Rob Riggle
Nina Dobrev
James DArcy
Keegan-Michael Key
Andy Garcia
Jonathan Lajoie
Tom Mardirosian
Natasha Leggero
Rebecca Koon
Joshua Ormond
L. Warren Young
Nelson Bonilla
Brian Oerly
Jeff Chase
Alec Rayme
Randall P. Havens
Chas Harvey
Dane Davenport
Raven-Danielle Baker
Chelsea Hayes
Kara Michele Wilder
Briana Venskus
Jwaundace Candece
Sam Medina
Americus Abesamis
Wilson Schwarz
Andrew Kochman
Hoke Faser
Ron Caldwell
Ted Huckabee
Jackie Costello
Joy Glover Walters
Daniel Parvis
Justin Miles
Michael Scialabba
Matt Mangum
Desmond Phillips
Corey James Wright
Rebecca Galarza
Katie Deal
Ryan Girard
Jamie Moore
Jamie Renell
Michael McCormick
Adam Rosenberg
Elliott Dixon
Allie O'Neill
Brittany Susko
Jennifer Allison Chavez
Caroline Kiger
Jennifer Rose Locke
Courtney Patterson
Marc Farley
Patricia Taylor
Patricia French
Matt Horshu Wiese
Luke Greenfield
Bob Jennings
Jessica Luza
Jason Pendergraft
Patch Darragh
Bill Pankow
Michael Flores
Antwan Mills
Jennifer Stearns
Sal Verena
Mary Jo Catlett
Colin Dennard
Damon Sementilli
Chen Tang
David Alessi
Christina Alexandria
Jenny Andrews
Jennifer Badger
Rico Ball
Lisa M. Barfield
Libby Blanton
Wadette Bradford
Giovanna Braund
Jordan Blair Mangold Brown
Edward Bryan
Mary Bullard
Katie Campassi
Tim Campione
Frederick Carpenter
Raul Colon
Bob Cousins
Haley Covalli
Nick DeKay
Wendy Lee Dickey
Gelin DiGennaro
Georgie Donovan
Erica Douglas
Abbie Dunn
Arayna Eison
Elsi Eng
Vickie Eng
Kaitlyn Ervin
Aaron Farb
Andrew Fincher
Lisa Finlayson
Georgy Fontanals
Micky Francis
Ali Froid
Jack Gallagher
Fred Galle
Reggie Gaskins
Kyle Gazak
Jeff Matthew Glover
Chip Gunnell
Taylor Hall
Dawn Hamil
Lauren Hargrave
Demise Harp
Karen Henning
Danni Heverin
Amy Hume
Phillip Hampton Sims II
Ginger Jensen
Malcolm F. Johnson
John Kap
Angela Kerecz
Bobby Kerecz
King
Colin Lacativa
Omar Lagudali
Marc-Henry Lazarre
Joshua Antwon Leonard
Spring Leshiek
Brittany Loren
Diana Lovell
Gabe Lustman
Matthew Lyda
Skye P. Marshall
Gabriel Zane McDaniel
Daniel McGraw
Taylor McPherson
Ken Melde
Tiffany Merriman
Michael Aaron Milligan
Lilton Moore Jr.
Jamie Moreen
Ryan Nesset
Jamie Owen
Heather M.J. Padilla
William Palmer Jr.
Amahre Palmer
April Phipps
Richard Pis
Mickie Pollock
Brandi Quinn
Mindy Robinson
Benita Robledo
Manuel Rodriguez
Monica Ruiz
Melanie Schinkel
Dave Simmons
Cori Sims
Jordan M. Sloane
Natalie Taylor
Wendy Tsang
Josh Ventura
Lizzy Vincent
Olia Voronkova
Brian Patrick Walsh
Kristen Wharton
Robin Yip

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Movie details
UK total gross
£5,289,774
1181
Lets Be Cops
1182

US total gross
$82,390,774
854
Lets Be Cops

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Comedy

Popular in: United States

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£1,650,912
£1,650,912
6
£663,761
£3,141,708
8
£477,496
£4,095,955
11
£291,917
£4,602,396
12
£184,429
£4,952,419
14
£105,011
£5,289,774
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