Released on Netflix this past weekend, Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg’s latest collaboration is a loose remake of 80s crime drama Spenser: For Hire with Wahlberg as ex-con, ex-cop Spenser, who teams up with his new roommate Hawk (Winston Duke) to investigate the death of two Boston cops.
Recently released from prison, ex-cop and former boxer Spenser gets pulled into a conspiracy of corrupt cops and crooked politicians in Boston and recruits his new roommate Hawk, his landlord Henry and his ex-girlfriend Cissy to help him bring them down.
Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99 director S. Craig Zahler is back in March with Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as corrupt LAPD partners in Dragged Across Concrete.
A maverick CIA agent, Sean Briar has to reluctantly work with a Paris pickpocket to try and stop an impending terrorist attack on the eve of Bastille Day.
Previously titled Bastille Day, The Take stars Idris Elba as a CIA agent reluctantly teamed up with a pickpocket (Richard Madden) to figure out who is behind a bombing in Paris.
When his son is kidnapped by a drug dealer he ripped off, cop Vincent Downs (Foxx) has to do whatever it takes to get his son back in next year’s thriller, Sleepless, a remake of French thriller Sleepless Night aka Nuit Blanche.
When his wife is murdered for seemingly no reason and the person responsible walks free, former spec ops operative Stanley Hill takes the law into his own hands to get vengeance.
A seemingly easy gig to bring a witness to a courthouse turns into a battle through the streets of NYC against corrupt cops for detective Jack Mosley.
If Bad Lieutenant was a buddy cop movie, it would probably look something like the upcoming movie War on Everyone, where Michael Pena and Alexander Skarsgard play corrupt cop partners in New Mexico.
Idris Elba is a CIA agent trying to get to the bottom of a bombing in Paris where the main suspect is a pickpocket who seems to have stolen the wrong bag in the upcoming thriller, Bastille Day.