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Cert 15
99 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong violence

Just over a year ago, I looked at myself in the mirror, after puffing and panting my way to the top of our stairs, and decided on a life change.
So, I joined a gym and hired a personal trainer.
I cannot underestimate how far out of my comfort zone that running, lifting and going on exercise machines has been.
However, I am now in training for the Derby 10k and have managed several 5k park runs, including one on New Year's Day.
As a chap in my 50s, I was pretty impressed with myself until I saw Aaron Eckhart during In The Line Of Duty.
It was deflating enough to watch his early morning press-up routine but that was just the beginning of a full-on action man performance from the 51-year-old.
Yes, there is a lot of running, jumping, wrestling and punching during Steven C. Miller's film.
Eckhart stars as a police officer who ignores instruction to stand-down when he hears that a suspect is running his way after stabbing a cop.
The extra dimension of this chase film is that the action is being beamed live to the world via a citizen journalist (Courtney Eaton).
I have a problem with people thinking that control of a video stick enables them to claim they are bonafide reporters.
During In The Line Of Duty, Eaton's character probably costs lives through her recklessness but nobody seems to notice the increasing body count because they see her as heroic.
Hold on. Whenever did the public care about journalists to hail them as heroes?
I digress. Eaton must have superglue attached to her fingers and her camera must be indestructible because she is in myriad situations where she would definitely drop it in real life or it would smash beyond use.
However, her footage continues to find its way, unfettered, to the internet and also to a live TV feed.
I couldn't make out which I thought was more far-fetched - Eckhart's physical jerks, the 'reporter' or the stereotypical super-strength villains.
On the flip side, if reality could be parked, In The Line Of Duty has some damned good chases and kept me interested throughout.
My beef is that it could have been so much better with a bit of thought.

Reasons to watch: A very modern slant on a police chase
Reasons to avoid: Reality needs to be parked

Laughs: One
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6/10

Did you know? Aaron Eckhart's family relocated to Surrey, England when he was 13 years old and lived in towns such as Cobham and Walton-on-Thames. He attended American Community School where he was first introduced to acting, starring in a school production as Charlie Brown.

The final word. Bill Bromiley of Saban Films: “This fast-paced thriller is action-packed and bound to captivate audiences and keep them on their toes." Yahoo News

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