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Pride and Glory (9-Sep-2008)

Director: Gavin O'Connor

Writers: Joe Carnahan; Gavin O'Connor; Greg O'Connor

Keywords: Crime, New York, Harlem

A New York homicide detective tasked with investigating a case concerning his crooked older brother uncovers a conspiracy threatening to damage the integrity of the police force.

ABSTRACT
Ray Tierney, by-the-book New York homicide detective hailing from a family of cops, investigates a Washington Heights ambush pointing to wrongdoing on the hands of ethically challenged older brother Francis. Their father, Francis, Sr., senses a threat to Junior's career, offering to help "clean things up" while suggesting Ray train his guns on the drug dealers responsible for the ambush; taking his advice, Ray uncovers evidence pointing to officer Jimmy Egan's possible role in orchestrating the crime, happening upon an explosive conspiracy that could threaten the entire police department's continued stability.

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Lake Bell
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24-Mar-1979   Surface
Jennifer Ehle
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29-Dec-1969   Sunshine
Noah Emmerich
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27-Feb-1965   The Truman Show
Colin Farrell
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31-May-1976   Bullseye in Daredevil
Rick Gonzalez
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30-Jun-1979   Coach Carter
Frank Grillo
Actor
8-Jun-1963   Nick Monohan on The Gates
Bill McKinney
Actor
12-Sep-1931 1-Dec-2011 Deliverance
Edward Norton
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18-Aug-1969   Fight Club
Jon Voight
Actor
29-Dec-1938   Midnight Cowboy

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