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Maybe movie trailer - starring Christina Macris, Nelida Nin, Scott Douglas. Directed by Bruno Pischiutta. Theatrical Release Date: 2/27/2004
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16 Blocks -- An aging cop is assigned the ordinary task of escorting a fast-talking witness from police custody to a courthouse. There are however forces at work trying to stop prevent them from making it.
16 Blocks -- Bruce Willis stars as a broken down NY detective assigned to escort a petty criminal from the precinct to the courthouse.
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Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Bruce Willis ("Sin City," "The Whole Nine Yards") stars as a Jack Mosley, a broken down NY detective assigned to escort a petty criminal (Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Mos Def -- "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," TV's "Something the Lord Made") from the precinct to the courthouse. The seemingly simple 16 block journey becomes a test of character when Jack's ex-partners attempt to stop them. It's the story of how two men change each other during a tense struggle between life and death. Also starring Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Alfre Woodard ("Beauty Shop," TV's "Desperate Housewives") and David Morse ("The Green Mile," "Contact").
There's never been a traitor in the United States Secret Service...until now. And the evidence points to Pete Garrison (Michael Douglas), one of the most trusted agents on the force. Now on the run, with two relentless federal investigators (Kiefer Sutherland and Eva Longoria) hot on his heels, Garrison must fight to clear his name and thwart an attempt on the President's life before it's too late!
Bruce Willis stars as a broken down NY detective assigned to escort a petty criminal from the precinct to the courthouse.
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Reverend Scott Douglas, Executive Director of the Greater Birmingham Ministries, stops by The Colbert Report.
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