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Bus 174 movie trailer - Directed by Jose Padilha. Theatrical Release Date: 10/8/2003
Interviews with Joel Kinnaman, Michael Keaton, Gary Oldman, Jackie Earle Haley, Abbie Cornish and Jose Padilha about the making of ROBOCOP. In 2028 when Alex Murphy is critically injured in the line of duty, OmniCorp sees their chance for a part-man, part-robot police officer.
Director Jose Padilha's new take on the 1987 classic barreled into theaters this month. Stars Gary Oldman, Joel Kinnaman and Michael Keaton talk about what makes the new version fresh.
A police captain searches for a suitable replacement, while two friends join the special police squad to fight crime.
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Rio de Janeiro, 1997. Nascimento – captain of the Police Elite Squad – is facing a crisis: he is about to become a father and will have to take charge in a dangerous mission in the convoluted world of Rio de Janeiro slums and drug dealing in order to secure the Pope during his visit to the city. In order to leave the front line though he will have to find a replacement worthy of the job.
A hardened vet of Rio de Janeiro's drug wars is now head of a special police unit, which comes with new responsibilities and dangers.
In 1997, before the visit of the pope to Rio de Janeiro, Captain Nascimento from BOPE (Special Police Operation Battalion) is assigned to eliminate the risks of the drug dealers in a dangerous slum nearby where the pope intends to be lodged.
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