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Vinnie Jones' Toughest Cops [DVD]
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Hard-hitting documentary series presented by Vinnie Jones. Vinnie visits some of the world's most notorious crime hotspots and talks to some of the police officers who fight every day to uphold the law in these dangerous places. During the course of the series Vinnie travels to Colombia, El Salvador, South Africa, Kosovo and the Philippines.
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1, Unlike Ross Kemp or Louis Theroux, who actually get in there, in the thick of it, and interact with the gangsters/police officers/prisoners etc, and also bring something of their own personality to the proceedings, it appears that Vinnie's sole contribution is that of presenter and narrator who is not actually involved with anything that's happening on the ground. And for me, Vinnie's involvement and 'name' did not bring anything at all to these programmes.
2, The overall presentation and production feels quite superficial, and also seems to have something of a 'macho' flavour to it. It appears to be very much targeted towards the average stereotypical bloke, which is a shame, as the majority of the police officers featured in the programme do not generally come across in this way at all, and I feel that a more thoughful rendering of these programmes would have made them much more interesting and engaging.
In summary, this is quite a an interesting series and is worth watching, though it could have been a whole lot better.
For someone like myself who served in the service I thoroughly enjoyed the actual police footage.