Bruce Willis: 6-Film Collection [2 Discs] [DVD]

These tense action thrillers all star the indomitable Bruce Willis in a variety of roles. The six film collection includes: Vice, The Prince, The Cold Light of Day, Fire with Fire, Hostage, and Setup.
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Fire With Fire
A firefighter who witnessed a deadly convenience store robbery enters the Witness Protection program, but is forced out of hiding after being targeted for death by the racist crime boss who's determined to see him dead. Jeremy Coleman (Josh Duhamel) was just finishing a long day of work when he ducked into the store for a few beers. Little did he realize his life was about to be changed forever. In the blink of an eye, ruthless white supremacist Hagen (Vincent D'Onofrio) bursts into the store, and guns down the clerk in cold blood. Terrified, Jeremy makes a daring escape amidst a hail of gunfire. Later, Hagan is arrested and police detective Mike Cella (Bruce Willis) takes charge of the investigation. When Jeremy sits down to identify Hagen in the line-up, however, the sociopathic madman reveals that he knows everything about the "anonymous" witness behind the two-way mirror. As Hagan's trial approaches, Jeremy is forced to give up his job to be placed in the Witness Protection program. Meanwhile, he enters into a passionate romance with U.S. Marshal Talia Durham (Rosario Dawson). When Hagan's attorney succeeds in having his client released from prison just weeks before the trial, the killer's henchmen come gunning for Jeremy and Talia. The situation turns critical when Talia is mortally wounded, forcing Jeremy to flee for Long Beach, Ca. Once there, Jeremy realizes that his only hope for protecting Talia is to rally Hagan's enemies against him, and fight alongside them as they aim to take down the vengeful killer once and for all. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Set Up
Bruce Willis, Ryan Philippe and Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson co-star in this caper thriller from director Mike Gunther, on which Jackson also served as one of the producers. It concerns a group of friends who collaborate on an elaborate heist. Infuriated by their actions, Sonny (Jackson) teams up with a local mob boss and tries to wrest back what his rightfully his - but events bring him face-to-face with an old friend and force him to make an irreversible decision. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

The Cold Light of Day
Brash Wall Street trader Will Shaw (Henry Cavill) races to rescue his family after they're kidnapped while vacationing in Spain, and he exposes a sinister government conspiracy and unearths dark family secrets along the way in this thriller co-starring Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Mabrouk El Mechri (JCVD). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Vice
A cop pursues a sentient female android that has escaped a hedonistic resort where people live out their wildest fantasies. Meanwhile, the owner of the resort dispatches a band of mercenaries to eliminate the android first. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Hostage
A cop looking for a quieter way of life is thrown into the most dangerous crisis of his life in this thriller based on the novel by Robert Crais. Jeff Talley (Bruce Willis) used to be a hostage negotiator with the Los Angeles Police Department, but after a standoff goes horribly wrong, Talley moves himself and his family to a small, quiet town of Bristo Camino, where he serves as chief of police. When three young criminals attempt to steal a car from a wealthy accountant, the situation quickly spins out of control and the thieves are trapped inside the heavily fortified home, taking the accountant and his family hostage. The Ventura County Sheriff's Department soon arrives on the scene, and Talley eagerly hands over the situation to them, but when he unexpectedly finds himself in telephone contact with one of the children inside, he begins to suspect that the cops are in over their heads. After he's approached by a masked stranger who has an agenda of his own, Talley is forced to decide if he should protect the safety of the family in the house or his own wife and kids. Hostage was the first English-language film from director Florent Emilio Siri. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

The Prince
A reformed mob enforcer (Jason Patric) journeys across the country in search of his missing, college-aged daughter, and comes up against a ruthless corporate criminal (Bruce Willis) with ties to his shady past. John Cusack, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Johnathon Schaech, Gia Mantegna, and Rain co-star in this action thriller written by Jeremy Passmore and Andre Fabrizio, and directed by Brian A Miller (House of the Rising Sun). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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