September 8, 2007

The Brave One

The Brave OneFor Erica Bain (Jodie Foster), the streets of New York are both her home and her livelihood. She shares the sounds and the stories of her beloved city with her radio audience as the host of the show "Street Walk." At night, she goes home to the love of her life, her fiancé David Kirmani (Naveen Andrews). But everything Erica knows and loves is ripped from her on one terrible night when she and David are ambushed in a random, vicious attack that leaves David dead and Erica close to it.

Though Erica's broken body heals, deeper wounds remain - the devastation of losing David and, even more overwhelming, a suffocating fear that haunts her every step. The city streets she had once loved to roam, even places that had been warm and familiar, now feel strange and threatening.

When the fear finally becomes too much to bear, Erica makes a fateful decision to arm herself against it. The gun in her hand becomes a tangible way to protect herself from an intangible enemy... or so she thinks.

The first time she shoots someone, it is kill or be killed. The second time is also in self-defense... or did she make a choice not to take herself out of harm's way? The fear that had once paralyzed her has been replaced by something else... something that drives her to reclaim the life that was taken from her that night... something that Erica does not even recognize in herself.

Stories of an anonymous vigilante grip the city, and NYPD detective Sean Mercer (Terrence Howard) becomes increasingly determined to track down the killer. As he pieces together the clues, the evidence begins to point not to a guy with a gun... but a woman with a grudge.

With Mercer closing in and her own conscience trying her, Erica must decide whether her quest for some form of justice, and even vengeance, is truly the right path, or if she has become the very thing she is hunting.

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Release Dates:
September 14, 2007
Genre: Crime, Drama
Running Time: 119 min.
Director: Neil Jordan
Writer(s): Roderick Taylor, Bruce A. Taylor
Producer(s): Herb Gains, Bruce Berman, Jodie Foster
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
Tagline: How many wrongs to make it right?
MPAA Rating: R - for strong violence, language and some sexuality.

Movie Casts:

Jodie Foster - Erica
Jane Adams - Nicole
Douglas J. Aguirre - CSU Detective
Naveen Andrews - David
Margaret Baker - The Mental Patient
Brett Berg - Ethans Friend
James Biberi - Det. Pitney
Angelo Bonsignore - Cameraman
Michael J. Burg - Man #3
Jack Caruso - Subway Detective #1
Igor Cherkassky - Perp
Dominick Cicco - Pawn shop owner
Bern Cohen - Diner Cook
Brian Delate - Det. O'Connor
Dana Eskelson
Larry Fessenden - Sandy
Blaze Foster - Cash
Dennis Funny - Central Park Gawker
Frank Hansen - Bus boy
Anna Margaret Hollyman - Woman
Jermel Howard - Subway thug #2
Terrence Howard - Mercer
Creighton James - Man #2
Dennis Johnson - Reed Friend #2
Nicky Katt - Detective Vitale
Zoe Kravitz - Chloe
John Magaro - Ethan
Bob McClure - Sound Engineer
Chris McMullin - NYPD Detective
Jim Taylor McNickle - Subway Detective #2
John McVay - NYPD Officer
Joseph Melendez - Reporter #2
Rebecca Merle - Woman Entering Subway/Hospital Visitor
Alyxx Morgen - ER Nurse
An Nguyen - Ida Combs
Kevin Paul - Soundman
Tony Perry - Dominos player
Princess Reymundo - Nurse
Jesus Ruiz - Chief of Detectives
Adam Sansiveri - Waiter
Rafael Sardina - Reed Bryant
Dana Schwartz - Student
Kenny Shapiro - Pawn Broker
Angel Sing - Man - Gunstore
Tina Sloan - Wedding Invitation Saleslady
Clayton Dean Smith - Man #1
Bill Sorice - Visitor
Mary Steenburgen - Carol
Frank Stellato - NYPD Detective
Jaime Tirelli - Pawn Shop Owner
Schuster Vance - Politician
Ivo Velon - James
Lenny Venito
Village - Detective
Carolyn Erika Walter - Reporter
Malachi Weir
Dennis L.A. White - Gangstah
William Henderson White - Businessman in lobby
Cheryl Wills - News Anchor

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