We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here

Family of Cops

Family of Cops

Ted Kotcheff (1995)

15 Certificate


Our Score
The title has huge comic possibilities: imagine arguments over who does the washing up ending in shoot-outs and multiple arrests. Sadly, though, this is a straight-faced, rather dreary thriller about, er, a family of cops who get mixed up in skulduggery and murder. Charles Bronson (on stone-faced autopilot) is the patriarch who rallies the clan when his youngest daughter (Angela Featherstone) is charged with the murder of a wealthy businessman. Despite a stellar supporting cast (Lesley-Anne Down, Daniel Baldwin, Simon MacCorkindale), it's an uninspired affair and the direction from the usually reliable Ted Kotcheff - he directed Sylvester Stallone to success in First Blood - is pedestrian.


A maverick officer forms his own family police squad with his two sons in an attempt to discover who framed his daughter for murder. Drama, starring Charles Bronson, Lesley-Anne Down, Simon MacCorkindale, Daniel Baldwin and Angela Featherstone.

Cast & Crew

Police Commander Paul Fein Charles Bronson
Jackie Angela Featherstone
Adam Novacek Simon MacCorkindale
Ben Daniel Baldwin
Eddie Sebastian Spence
Kate Barbara Williams (2)
Anna Novacek Lesley-Anne Down
Director Ted Kotcheff
see more

Other Information

Language: English Colour Guidance: Contains violence and swearing. Available on: Available on video


Have Your Say What did you think of Family of Cops?

view all comments (0)