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Law Abiding Citizen
- Jamie Foxx

Overview - In LAW ABIDING CITIZEN, a prisoner's incredible reign over the city outside his cell is interrupted by an assistant district attorney. Gerard Butler (300) stars.  Read more...

 
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Overview

In LAW ABIDING CITIZEN, a prisoner's incredible reign over the city outside his cell is interrupted by an assistant district attorney. Gerard Butler (300) stars.

Cast List

Kurt Wimmer - Director/Screenwriter
Gerard Butler - Scottish actor, 300
F. Gary Gray - Director, FRIDAY (1995), THE NEGOTIATOR (1998)
Felix Gary Gray - Director, FRIDAY (1995), THE NEGOTIATOR (1998)
Jamie Foxx - TV/Film actor
Viola Davis - Actress, NIGHTS IN RODANTHE, FAR FROM HEAVEN
Bruce McGill - Star, BEHIND ENEMY LINES II: AXIS OF EVIL (2006)
Leslie Bibb - Actress
Colm Meaney - Irish Supporting Actor
Regina Hall - Actress
Mark Gill - Executive Producer, UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN (2003)
Lucas Foster - Producer/Executive
Alan Siegel - Producer
Neil Sacker - Executive producer
Robert Katz - Producer/Executive
Michael Goguen - Producer
Jonathan Sela - Director of Photography, SOUL PLANE (2004)
Brian Tyler - Composer

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 109
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 013138312280
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: January 2016

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Live-Action
Prison/Prisoners
Thriller
Killer
Vengeance
Theatrical Release
Prison
Crime
Revenge

 
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Reviews:
3 stars out of 4 -- "LAW ABIDING CITIZEN is a taut thriller about a serial killer in reverse....Foxx and Butler make a well-matched pair in their grim determination." - 10/14/2009 Chicago Sun-Times


"The script does create sufficient tension and intrigue to hook viewers along with a photogenic, hardworking cast..." - 10/15/2009 Hollywood Reporter


"[I]t's Gerard Butler's juicy performance as a grieving father turned mass-murdering psycho genius that powers this self-serious pulp entertainment." - 10/15/2009 Variety

 
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