Former cop Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg) sees a chance at redemption for past sins when New York City's Mayor Nicolas Hostetler (Russell Crowe) calls on him for a special job. Hostetler thinks his wife, Cathleen (Catherine Zeta-Jones), is having an affair and that it may hurt his chances for re-election. However, a bigger scandal than expected pulls in Billy right at the start of his investigation. Double-crossed by the mayor, Billy begins a relentless quest for justice.
Release Date: January 18, 2013
Director: Allen Hughes
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Barry Pepper, Justin Chambers
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Despite the solid performances from Wahlberg and Crowe, this movie is not family friendly and features not only the strong language in the content but nudity as well... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full reviewFebruary 11th, 2013 · Details
This thriller with political overtones is strictly for those who can withstand actors growling their lines, downing two shots of whiskey in one go and dropping a payload worth of F-bombs... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
Parents should know that this film has constant very strong and crude language, sexual references and explicit situations with brief nudity, drinking and drunkenness, shooting, fighting, car crash, corruption, rape (offscreen), and characters who are injured and killed... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
It's pretty trashy and sometimes stupid. But there was never a moment when I wasn't entertained on one level or another... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
Broken City teases us with intimations of the lurid, but its true subject is greed and the ruthlessness of companies that will lie through their teeth for profit... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review