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Broken City (18-Jan-2013)

Director: Allen Hughes

Writer: Brian Tucker

Keywords: Crime

Formulaic crime drama follows ex-NYPD cop Billy Taggart's rise and fall from grace with New York City mayor Nicolas Hostetler.

ABSTRACT
NYPD detective-turned-private investigator Billy Taggart, on the verge of bankruptcy seven years removed from the police force amidst controversy surrounding his murder of rapist and murderer Billy Tavarez, is hired by the man who once saved his hide, New York City mayor Nicolas Hostetler, to investigate a romantic affair he suspects his wife may be having. Taggart subsequently finds himself sucked into a web of deceit, debauchery, and murder that results in an ultimate determination to do anything possible to unravel the most powerful man in the city's hold on his throne.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beach
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30-Oct-1963   Doc Parker on Third Watch
Justin Chambers
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Kyle Chandler
Actor
17-Sep-1965   Friday Night Lights
Russell Crowe
Actor
7-Apr-1964   A Beautiful Mind
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Barry Pepper
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4-Apr-1970   The Green Mile
William Ragsdale
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19-Jan-1961   Herman's Head
Mark Wahlberg
Actor
5-Jun-1971   Formerly of the Funky Bunch
Jeffrey Wright
Actor
7-Dec-1965   Basquiat
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Actor
25-Sep-1969   Traffic

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