Training Day (2001) Bollywood Hindi Movie: Cast, Story, and Reviews 123mkv
Training Day is a 2001 crime thriller movie directed by Antoine Fuqua and written by David Ayer. The movie stars Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Scott Glenn, Tom Berenger, and others. The movie’s plot revolves around a rookie LAPD officer, Jake Hoyt (Ethan Hawke), who is on his first day of work under the guidance of an experienced and rogue detective, Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington). The movie was a commercial success and received critical acclaim for its gripping storyline, powerful performances, and thrilling action sequences.
- Denzel Washington as Alonzo Harris
- Ethan Hawke as Jake Hoyt
- Scott Glenn as Roger
- Tom Berenger as Stan Gursky
- Harris Yulin as Doug Rosselli
- Raymond J. Barry as Lou Jacobs
- Cliff Curtis as Smiley
- Dr. Dre as Paul
- Snoop Dogg as Blue
Jake Hoyt is a rookie cop who is eager to join the elite narcotics squad in the LAPD. His first assignment is to spend a day with the corrupt and experienced detective Alonzo Harris. Jake is idealistic and wants to do things by the book, but Alonzo has other plans. He takes Jake on a tour of the criminal underworld, teaching him how to deal with the drug dealers and gangsters on the streets.
As the day progresses, Jake starts to realize that Alonzo is not what he seems to be. Alonzo is not only a corrupt cop, but he is also involved in drug dealing and other criminal activities. Jake finds himself in a moral dilemma as he tries to decide whether to follow Alonzo’s orders or report him to the authorities.
The movie takes a dark turn as Alonzo’s true motives are revealed, and Jake is forced to make a life-altering decision.
Training Day received critical acclaim for its gripping storyline, powerful performances, and thrilling action sequences. Denzel Washington’s performance as Alonzo Harris was praised by critics and earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor. Ethan Hawke’s performance as Jake Hoyt was also appreciated. The movie was a commercial success, grossing over $104 million worldwide.