Cop and a 1/2. No question...
I'll go with 48 Hours but.... they're all good!!
For comedy, 48 Hours, no question about it. For action, I still like the first Lethal Weapon, despite the bits of anti-propaganda inserted by director Richard Donner.
By the way, Donner struck again with blatant anti-gun and anti-hunting crap in 16 Blocks. Pissed me off, since Galco provided Bruce Willis with holsters for that movie. Bruce is a cool guy and asked for Galco by name; we just didn't know scumbag Donner was the director.
Mike, I'd think those anti-gun directors are the run of the mill, arnt they? Seems to me that in Hollyweird, a director that was pro-gun would be as out of place as a fire hydrant at the Westminster Dog Show...
There all good, but the frist time I watched 48 Hours I was ROTFLMAO.
Dirty Harry him and his best friend S&W model 29 the most powerful handgun made and will blow your head clean off.