Alex Cross (Blu-ray)

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Crime thriller based on 'Cross', the 12th novel in James Patterson's detective series. Tyler Perry stars as detective Alex Cross, who meets his ultimate match in serial killer Picasso (Matthew Fox). As Cross begins to investigate Picasso's string of sadistic murders, he receives the horrific news that his own wife has been killed. Cross vows to hunt down the killer if it's the last thing he does - but finds himself up against a true master of evasion and manipulation.

Product Details

Barcode
5017239152153
Department
Movies & TV
Released
6 May 2013
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Thriller
Sub-genre
Drama
Region
Region B
Language
English
Studio
Imports
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
Runtime
101 min
Age Restriction
15
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Alex Cross
Release Year
2012
Running Time
90 min
Language
English
Working Title
I, Alex Cross
Categories
Action/Adventure / Detective / Detectives / Psychology / Serial Killers / Thriller
US Box Office
$25.4 million
Official Website
http://www.alexcrossmovie.com/
Ratings
IMDb
5.1
Rotten Tomatoes®
11% 47%
Metacritic
30
Synopsis
A lawman is torn between justice and personal vengeance in this action drama. Alex Cross (Tyler Perry) is a detective and forensic psychologist who works for the Detroit Police Department with his partner Tommy Kane (Edward Burns) and promising rookie Monica Ashe (Rachel Nichols). While Cross is dedicated to his work, he's just as committed to his home life, and is excited to learn he and his wife Maria (Carmen Ejogo) will be welcoming a third child. When a wealthy and well-connected woman is found dead and partially dismembered in her mansion, police chief Richard Brookwell (John C. McGinley) assigns Cross and his team to the case, and they soon find themselves playing a cat and mouse game with a nameless psychotic (Matthew Fox) with a taste for torture and a grudge against some of the Motor City's wealthiest citizens. Clues point to French financier Leon Mercier (Jean Reno) as the killer's ultimate victim, but Cross and his team suspect Mercier has a secret he isn't willing to share, and the case becomes a personal obsession for Cross when the maniac first kills Monica and then Maria. Also starring Giancarlo Esposito and Cicely Tyson, ALEX CROSS marked Tyler Perry's debut as an action hero, playing the protagonist of James Patterson's series of best-selling crime novels; Cross was previously played on screen by Morgan Freeman in the films KISS THE GIRLS and ALONG CAME A SPIDER.
Poster
Poster for Alex Cross
Cast & Crew
Director
Rob Cohen
Star
Edward Burns / Werner Daehn / Carmen Ejogo / Matthew Fox / John C. McGinley / Rachel Nichols / Tyler Perry / Jean Reno / Cicely Tyson
Co-Star
Dave Bender / Keith Cameron / Barbara Cashulin / Andrew Comrie-Picard / Ideene Dehdashti / Steffen Dziczek / Giancarlo Esposito / Matt Frieden / E. Ray Goodwin / Tim Holmes / Brian Jackson / Stephanie Jacobsen / Tiren Jhames / Peter Lawson Jones / Darcy Leutzinger / Chad Lindberg / Rory Markham / Simenona Martinez / Christian Mathis / Ingo Rademacher / Simon Rhee / Timothy Richardson / Alexandra Ruddy / Sayeed Shahidi / Yara Shahidi / Tim Sitarz / Christopher Stadulis / Sonny Surowiec / I. Wayan Suwita / Marcello Tubert / Chris Wallis / Jessalyn Wanlim / I. Ketut Arya Wijaya / Danny Wynands / I. Ketut Resi Yogi
Screenwriter
Marc Moss / Kerry Williamson
Source Writer
James Patterson / Author: James Patterson
Composer
John Debney
Director of Photography
Ricardo DellaRosa
Hairstylist
Kevin Edwards
Assistant Director
P.J. Voeten
Sound Re-Recording
Daniel J. Leahy / Gary Summers
Stunt Coordinator
Gary M. Hymes / Tom McComas
Set Decorator
Gabriella Villareal
Post-Production Supervisor
Nancy Kirhoffer
Visual Effects Designer
Inc. Look Effects
Production Manager/UPM
Ethan Smith
2nd Unit Director
James Arnett
Music Performer
Joe Perry
Special Makeup Effects
Robert Kurtzman
Makeup Designer
Amber Crowe
Fight Choreographer
Mark Hicks
2nd Unit DOP
Dino Parks
Additional Music/Songs
Joe Perry
Movie Critics
Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "Rebooting novelist James Patterson's famous Alex Cross character for the big screen, Tyler Perry aims at new cinematic territory and scores a bullseye..."
Pete Hammond (18 Oct 2012, )