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Corruption works its way from the street to the government in this week's new releases. Those who are supposed to be keeping order are the ones that are committing crimes.
To avoid jail time, a disgraced NYPD officer makes a deal with the mayor in Broken City. The former cop agrees to spy on the mayor's wife to find out more about her extramarital affair. In doing so, he finds himself caught up in a scandal of his own. The one hour and forty-nine minute suspense thriller stars Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. It's rated R for language, sex and violence.
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a former LAPD narcotics cop turned border patrol in The Last Stand. After leaving the LAPD, he escapes to the quiet town of Sommerton Junction. Things become lively when a powerful drug lord escapes FBI custody and heads to the Mexican border with a hostage. The film costars Forest Whitaker, Johnny Knoxville, Rodrigo Santoro, Jaimie Alexander and Luis Guzmán. The action thriller runs for one hour and forty-six minutes. It's rated R for violence and language.
After losing their parents, two children flee into the woods in Mama. After years of searching, their uncle and his girlfriend find them in an abandoned cabin and take them into their home. As they care for the children, they discover a presence that continues to haunt them. The one hour and forty minute supernatural thriller is rated PG-13.
A young boy with an absentee father and mother in rehab is taken under the wing of his uncle, a newly released prisoner, in LUV. Despite trying to keep out of trouble, the 11-year-old's uncle gets himself and his nephew caught up in his past. The one hour and thirty-four minute limited released family drama stars Common, Michael Rainey, Jr., Charles S. Dutton, Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover and Meagan Good. It's rated R for violence, language and drugs.
A cop with a sordid past is forced to cover up his criminal activities and take action against those he previously associated with in Officer Down. When the man that saved his life during a botched drug bust goes public, the dirty cop must proceed on the right side of the law. The one hour and thirty-seven minute psychological thriller stars Stephen Dorff, James Wood, AnnaLynne McCord, David Boreanaz and Soulja Boy. It's rated R for violence, language, nudity and drugs.
The crime thrillers continue in theaters next week with the release of Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez's Parker. To cut the tension, there's the star-studded comedy Movie 43 in theaters on Jan. 25.
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