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Law Abiding Citizen

Law Abiding Citizen

Released on 12 April 2010

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years and over

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Gerard Butler (300) and Jamie Foxx (Collateral) star in Be Cool director F. Gary Gray's Law Abiding Citizen. A taut and tense thriller, packed with action and explosions, this vigilante vengeance movie is seriously confrontational and totally exhilarating. Clyde Shelton (Gerard Butler) is a family man whose wife and daughter were brutally murdered during a home invasion. When the killers are caught, Nick Rice (Jamie Foxx), a hotshot young Philadelphia prosecutor, is assigned to the case. Against his will, Rice is forced to offer one of the suspects a light sentence in exchange for testifying against his accomplice. Fast forward ten years: The man who got away with murder is found dead and Shelton coolly admits his guilt. Then he issues a warning to Rice: either fix the flawed justice system, or key players in the trial will die. Soon Shelton follows through on his threats, orchestrating from his jail cell a string of spectacularly diabolical assassinations. Rice finds himself in a desperate race against time facing a deadly adversary who always seems to be one step ahead.
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  • The Justice of LAW ABIDING CITIZEN
  • Preliminary Arguments - Visual Effects Progressions
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  • Trailer
actorRichard Portnow
certificate18 years and over
directorF. Gary Gray
duration1 hour and 48 minutes
languagesEnglish
region2
year2009