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Proof can be a powerful weapon. And a sweet poster singed by Marky Mark can definitely prove that you are not to be messed with!
In a city rife with injustice, ex-cop Billy Taggart (Mark Walhberg) seeks redemption and revenge after being double-crossed and then framed by its most powerful figure: Mayor Nicholas Hostetler (Russell Crowe). Billy's relentless pusuit of justice, matched only by his streetwise toughness, make him an unstoppable force and the mayor's worst nightmare.
To celebrate the April 30 release of the "Broken City" Blu-ray, NextMovie is pleased to present a Marky Mark-tastic giveaway.
One prize winner will receive a "Broken City" movie poster signed by Mark Wahlberg and director Allen Hughes, as well as a "Broken City" Blu-ray. Get More »
This week: The romantic comedy gets an Oscar-winning upgrade with "Silver Linings Playbook," starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro.
Also new this week is Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe in the police drama "Broken City," Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand in the road-trip comedy "The Guilt Trip" and the coming-of-age rock 'n' roll drama "Not Fade Away." Get More »
When Sylvester Stallone announced his newest action film would be called "Bullet to the Head," snarky film fans around the world immediately launched into sarcasm mode, suggesting that the title is what people in the audience would be begging for after watching it. Because, seriously, that title on a Stallone movie? That's just asking to be mocked.
Luckily for Stallone, though, it turns out the movie isn't so bad after all, which is good news for movie buffs but bad news for headline writers everywhere. But while "Bullet to the Head" may have gotten away with an iffy title, not every film is so lucky. Get More »
You said it, Reverend. Greetings from the apocalypse! As we continue our trek across this wind-blasted winter landscape of mediocre cinema, it's important not to toss hope in a ditch like grandma's ashes. Jumpstart the VW bus we found abandoned next to the exploded gas station and let's move onward into the long MLK weekend with our head held high and noseplug firmly secured. It's how the good Doctor would have wanted it. Get More »
"Broken City" may be a town of corruption, double-crosses and revenge schemes. But it's also home to some of the most beautiful women on the planet.
Natalie Martinez hits the big time and the big city in director Allen Hughes' new crime thriller, which has her romancing Marky Mark while he takes on a scheming Russell Crowe. Such seedy intrigue always needs a gorgeous lady or two, you know.
Check out our gallery of Natalie looking stunning in movies, television and on the red carpet. We guarantee it'll make you want to pack your bags and become a resident of "Broken City," too.
Ah, 2013. Breathe in that sweet, fresh, new year air. You're walking in a winter wonderland. Everything is new. A sense of possibility! A sense of having no clue what any of these January releases are about.
It's true: We've all been so wrapped up in hustling to see November and December's awards contenders before Hollywood's sparkliest posse gathers to repeatedly congratulate its members that we totally forgot that there are new movies coming out. "'Mama'? What's that?" you may think, puzzling over the coming soon roster. "Sounds sweet."
Gentle movie enthusiast, come with us. We'll guide you through January's new releases and show you the light, movie math style. Click ahead for our simple arithmetic breakdowns of the coming attractions.
(And for the record, "Mama" is not sweet. It's 98 percent likely to scare the living bejeezus out of you and undo whatever goodwill you may harbor toward Jessica Chastain after "The Help.") Get More »
You know what we all need in our lives? A little more Mark Wahlberg. Seriously, think about it: No matter what's going on in your world right now, is there any part of it that wouldn't be made better by adding more Wahlberg?
Luckily, the folks who put together the new trailer for the upcoming thriller 'Broken City" seem to agree, because this time around they've definitely amped up the Wahlberg factor.
Merry Christmas, America. Get More »
When it comes to big screen tough guys, there are two kinds of actors: The ones who are just acting and the ones who could legitimately kick your ass in real life. Mark Wahlberg is most definitely among the latter. So is Russell Crowe.
And the new trailer for "Broken City" shows the two of them going head to head.
Someone call 911, because sh*t just got real, y'all. Get More »
We'd probably vote for Russell Crowe, too.
The "Robin Hood" star will immerse himself in big city politics as he takes on the role of the mayor in the new noir drama, "Broken City," according to Deadline.
Allen Hughes is set to direct the film about an ex-cop turned private investigator (Mark Wahlberg) hired by the mayor of a major metropolitan city to see if his wife is cheating on him. When the mayor's suspicions prove to be true and his wife's lover ends up dead, the private eye uncovers all sorts of conspiracy and corruption. Get More »