Custodian
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Custodian
Anthony LaPaglia, who's probably played more cops than Pat O'Brien, Edgar Kennedy and Fred Kelsey combined, dons brass and blue once more in The Custodian. LaPaglia plays a frustrated Australian policeman who decides to take on departmental corruption in a most unorthodox fashion. When he's not wrestling with bureaucracy and the good-ole-boy network, the policeman must contend with his unhappy marriage. All of the protagonist's various travails come to a head in the offbeat finale. The Custodian cannot be recommended for children, so pop it in your VCR after the little darlings… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"[A]udiences may be intrigued [by] Anthony LaPaglia return[ing] to his Australian roots, but uneven film about police corruption Down Under gives him the least interesting role"
‑ Daniel M. Kimmel, Variety
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