Release date: January 18, 2013 (Wide) Runtime: 1 hr. 49 min. Genre: Thriller, Drama Director: Allen Hughes Studio: 20th Century Fox Producer(s): Allen Hughes, Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg, Arnon Milchan, Teddy Schwartzman, Remington Chase, Randall Emmett Screenplay: Brian Tucker Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Barry Pepper, Kyle Chandler, Natalie Martinez, Jeffrey Wright Official Site:brokencitymovie.com Rated:R: for pervasive language and some sexual content and violence Official Movie Art:Broken City Movie Posters
Synopsis: In Broken City, former cop Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg) uncovers a huge scandal when the mayor of New York City (Crowe) hires him to follow his wife (Zeta-Jones).
Release date: Friday November 19, 2010 Wide Genre: Thriller, Drama, Suspense Runtime: 2 hr. 2 min. Director: Paul Haggis Studio: LionsGate Entertainment Producer(s): Michael Nozik, Paul Haggis, Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier Screenplay: Paul Haggis Cast: Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks, Liam Neeson, Brian Dennehy, RZA Official Site:thenextthreedaysmovie.com Rating:PG-13 For violence, drug material, language, some sexuality and thematic elements Available film art:The Next Three Days movie posters
Synopsis Life is perfect for John and Lara Brennan (Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks), until Lara is convicted of a murder she says she did not commit. Three years later, John is struggling with the demands of work and raising his son alone, and still trying to prove Lara’s innocence. After her final appeal is rejected, Lara becomes suicidal, forcing John to exercise the only option he has left: break her out of prison.
Release date: Friday May 14, 2010 Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama Director: Ridley Scott Studio: Universal Pictures Screenplay: Ethan Reiff, Cyrus Voris, Brian Helgeland, Tom Stoppard Producer(s): Brian Grazer, Ridley Scott, Russell Crowe Cast: Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, William Hurt, Matthew Macfadyen, Mark Strong, Oscar Isaac, Léa Seydoux, Scott Grimes, Kevin Durand, Alan Doyle, Danny Huston, Max von Sydow Official Site: robinhoodthemovie.com Rating:Not yet rated Available film art:Robin Hood movie posters
Synopsis A love triangle forms between the legendary do-gooder Robin Hood, his Maid Marian and the archer’s arch nemesis, the Sheriff of Nottingham. Crowe stars as the Sheriff of Nottingham in a scenario that sees him more noble lawman than an evil king’s right-hand man and facing off with a more shadier Robin Hood in the Sherwood Forest.
Crowe stars as the Sheriff of Nottingham in a scenario that sees him more noble lawman than an evil king’s right-hand man and facing off with a more shadier Robin Hood in the Sherwood Forest.
Academy Award winners DENZEL WASHINGTON as gangster Frank Lucas and RUSSELL CROWE as outcast cop Richie Roberts team to tell the true juggernaut success story of a cult hero from the streets of 1970s Harlem
American Gangster arrive in theaters this Friday November, 2nd. But if you’re like us and simply can’t wait, we have this great interview with the principle actors (Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe) and director, Ridley Scott.
Doc Potter (Alan Tudyk), Dan Evans (Christian Bale) Ben Wade (Russell Crowe), Byron McElroy (Peter Fonda) and Glen Hollander (Lennie Loftin)
Synopsis: In Arizona in the late 1800s, infamous outlaw Ben Wade (Russell Crowe) and his vicious gang of thieves and murderers have plagued the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan Evans (Christian Bale), struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch, volunteers to deliver him alive to the “3:10 to Yuma”, a train that will take the killer to trial. On the trail, Evans and Wade, each from very different worlds, begin to earn each other’s respect. But with Wade’s outfit on their trail — and dangers at every turn — the mission soon becomes a violent, impossible journey toward each man’s destiny.
Cast: Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Logan Lerman, Dallas Roberts, Ben Foster, Peter Fonda, Vinessa Shaw, Alan Tudyk, Luce Rains, Gretchen Mol. Director: James Mangold
Synopsis: Eleven-year-old Max Skinner (Freddie Highmore) is being educated in the gentle art of savouring life – and wine – while summering on the vineyard estate of his earthy aesthete uncle Henry (Albert Finney). Fast forward 25 years: Max (Russell Crowe) has become a self-satisfied financier, striding through the steel-and-glass world of London business, a trail of dodgy deals, one-night stands and tyrannized underlings in his wake. He has just made another killing when he learns Henry has passed away, leaving Max the sole beneficiary. Max smells a profit and arranges a quick trip to France to appraise the old property. But can he callously sell off this vestige of his idyllic childhood?
Max’s haste to close the deal falters as wild cards are thrown his way. There’s the crumbling, careworn property itself. There’s M. Duflot (Didier Bourdon), the surly estate winemaker, who stubbornly clings to his post; the town siren, Fanny (Marion Cotillard), who haughtily fends off advances from a smitten Max; and the sun-kissed California beauty (Abbie Cornish) who shows up on the doorstep, claiming to be a long-lost cousin with a claim to Henry’s estate.
As Max reflects on his happy memories of the place, he finds himself pulled in all directions.
Cast: Russell Crowe, Mitchell Mullen, Marion Cotillard, Albert Finney, Tom Hollander, Didier Bourdon; Directed by: Ridley Scott