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MPAA Rating: R for bloody images, some violence and language
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Primary Audience:
Adults
Genre:
Thriller
Length:
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Year of Release:
2007
USA Release:
December 14, 2007 / DVD release: May 27, 2008
Copyright, TriStar Pictures
Copyright, TriStar Pictures
Copyright, TriStar Pictures
Copyright, TriStar Pictures
Copyright, TriStar Pictures
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Featuring: John T. Billingsley, Heather Bloom, Edrick Browne, Christa Campbell, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Kip Cummings, Brad Dison, Ted Ferguson, Robert Forster, Peter Franzén, Mike Guy, Luis Guzmán, Ed Harris, Michael J. Hebert, Sara Jane Henriques, Rodney Hill Jr., Jack Hurst, Samuel L. Jackson, Ron Jacobsohn, Yuriana Kim, Patrick Kirton, Maggie Lawson, Marc Macaulay, Eva Mendes, Terry Milam, Ritchie Montgomery, Keke Palmer, Ashley-Anne Parker, Rosalind Rubin, Ryan and Alexander Sanchez, Sarah Ann Schultz, Cassidy Smith, Bill Stinchcomb
Director: Renny Harlin
Producer: Danny Dimbort, Michael P. Flannigan, Joe Gatta, Steve Golin, Paul Green, Lati Grobman, Samuel L. Jackson, Avi Lerner, Alix Madigan, David Pomier, Eli Selden, Trevor Short, Julie Silverman
Distributor: TriStar Pictures

“Solving a crime can be dirty work.”

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “A former cop (Samuel L. Jackson) makes his living cleaning up crime scenes. After cleaning a murder site, he discovers that the crime was never reported to the police and that he has unwittingly covered up a homicide.”

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Movie Critics
…wearily familiar B-movie thriller… An uninspired mixture of old-fashioned private eye mystery and CSI-style whodunit…
—Allan Hunter, Screen International
…lackluster… climax both morally repugnant and logically absurd…
—Eddie Cockrell, Variety