- SKU: 27927243
- Release Date: 06/16/2015
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A maverick Pittsburgh policeman loses his job after he shares his suspicion that one of his colleagues is a serial killer. This thriller centers on his hunt to prove his point, a search that becomes more desperate when the killer begins killing the cop's female associates. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
In Cliffhanger, Sylvester Stallone plays Gabe Walker, a member of a mountain-climbing rescue team. Gabe is haunted by an incident from his past when he couldn't save the girlfriend of his best friend, Hal Tucker (Michael Rooker), from falling to her death. As the story begins, Gabe has left mountain-climbing rescue work and has set up business in Denver. He returns to the mountain rescue office to persuade his lover, Jessie (Janine Turner), to quit and come back to Denver with him. While he is begging Jessie to head out to Denver, things are happening in the skies overhead. A gang of professional crooks headed by psychotic Eric Qualen (John Lithgow) has hijacked a U.S. Treasury plane carrying millions of dollars. But the plane crashes, and the bad guys find themselves stranded on top of a mountain with the money (put into three cases) scattered around the wreckage and with no way to get down off the pinnacle to retrieve the cases. They put in a phony distress call that is received by the mountain rescue team. Gabe agrees to take part in one last rescue attempt, and they head up to help rescue the thieves. But Qualen has plans for the rescuers -- to force them to climb through the dangerous snow-covered peaks to find the three suitcases of cash. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi
The 6th Day
In this science-fiction thriller set in the very near future, DNA cloning has been perfected and has become an accepted part of everyday life -- cattle and fish are cloned for sale at the market, genetically engineered fruit and vegetables are found in most family's kitchens (nacho-flavored bananas, anyone?), and if your pet dies, you can even order a cloned replacement. But laws have been passed that strictly forbid the cloning of human beings. However, helicopter pilot Adam Gibson (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who believes people should live and die the old-fashioned way, discovers that someone has been violating these regulations. After Adam luckily avoids being on a copter that crashes, he comes home to discover someone has duplicated him. Now Adam is on a mission to find out who cloned him and why, as he struggles to take back his life from a scientifically created impostor, his boss Michael Drucker (Tony Goldwyn), and a pair of thugs (Sarah Wynter and Rod Rowland) who have been cloned into near-indestructibility. The 6th Day also stars Robert Duvall as cloning expert Griffin Weir, Michael Rooker as Drucker's right-hand man Robert Marshall, and Michael Rapaport as Adam's partner, Hank Morgan. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
In the aftermath of a daring rescue mission gone bad, a guilt-ridden detective vows to rescue a diamond cutter from the clutches of a murderous thief in this pulse-pounding action thriller starring silver screen icon Chuck Norris. John Shepherd (Norris) is a cop with a complex. In the days following his failed rescue of an endangered diamond cutter being held hostage, Shepherd vows to make good on his mission and enlists the help of the elderly cutter's niece, Elizabeth, in bringing home her uncle safely. In order to fulfill his mission though, Shepherd will have to learn the secrets of the cutter's past. Upon learning that the cutter had perfected his skills during his harrowing tenure at an Auschwitz prison, Shepherd begins uncovering the clues that will be vital to the success of his dangerous mission. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Bruce Willis - Tom Hardy
- Sarah Jessica Parker - Jo Christman
- Dennis Farina - Nick Detillo
- Tom Sizemore - Danny Detillo
- Brion James - Detective Eddie Eiler
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