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Homefront (27-Nov-2013)

Director: Gary Fleder

Writer: Sylvester Stallone

From novel by: Chuck Logan

Keywords: Crime

An ex-DEA agent's relocation with his daughter to a small town leads to a standoff with a vicious drug lord.

ABSTRACT
Action film veteran Jason Statham anchors an ensemble cast as Phil Broker, a former DEA agent who relocates to a small town in Middle America after a career failure and the death of his wife leaves him with little more than nine-year old daughter Maddy and a lingering existential crisis. When Maddy's altercation with a boy at her school kicks off a series of events that places Phil in the crosshairs of local drug kingpin "Gator" Bodine, however, he must make an involuntary return to his old high-stakes way of living, performing battle against a cast of nefarious elements of society in a bid to protect the life of his beloved offspring.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Bosworth
Actor
2-Jan-1983   Wonderland
Clancy Brown
Actor
5-Jan-1959   Kurgan in Highlander
James Franco
Actor
19-Apr-1978   Freaks and Geeks
Frank Grillo
Actor
8-Jun-1963   Nick Monohan on The Gates
Rachelle Lefevre
Actor
1-Feb-1979   Dr. Kate Sykora on A Gifted Man
Winona Ryder
Actor
29-Oct-1971   Edward Scissorhands
Jason Statham
Actor
12-Sep-1967   Snatch
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Actor
5-Jul-1960   American character actor
Chuck Zito
Actor
1-Mar-1953   Hell's Angel, Bodyguard to the Stars, Oz

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