Oct 16, 2009 · With Gerard Butler, Jamie Foxx, Leslie Bibb, Colm Meaney. A frustrated man decides to take justice into his own hands after a plea bargain sets one of his family’s killers free. He targets not only the killer but also the district attorney and others involved in the deal.
This movie was an edge of the seat thriller. Gerard Butler’s character as the Law Abiding Citizen who loses his wife and child and gets locked up as a suspect for murder, for you only to slowly discover that this “law abiding citizen” is the one citizen in the world you do not want to piss off.
Law Abiding Citizen is a 2009 American crime thriller film directed by F. Gary Gray from a screenplay written by Kurt Wimmer. It stars Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx and takes place in Philadelphia, telling the story of a man driven to seek justice while targeting not only his family’s killer but also those who have supported a corrupt criminal justice system, intending to assassinate anyone supporting the system. …
Music by: Brian Tyler
They ruined it by having Jamie Foxx show back up in the cell. They ruined it by having the bomb go off and killing only Gerard Butler in the process. If Gerard Butler succeeds with his plan and kills the mayor and everyone else in that room at City Hall, the movie goes down as an all-time great.
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Oct 14, 2009 · Law Abiding Citizens Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx stop by Unscripted to do Nancy Grace impressions, talk about the filmmaking process and describe Gerard’s preparation for getting nude on film
The bereaved father (played by a thoroughly unsympathetic Gerard Butler) looks to slick Philly prosecutor Nick Rice (a low-key Jamie Foxx) to see that they receive the maximum sentence. Instead, the murderer, Ames, testifies against his accomplice, Darby, who gets the chair, while he gets 10 years.