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Broken Arrow

(1996)

Rated R for strong action violence and language.

R 108min.
 
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Hong Kong director John Woo's second U.S. film (his first was Hard Target) delivers a number of exciting action sequences but is let down by a credibility-straining plot. Read More
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Vic Deakins
Riley Hale
Terry Carmichael
Col. Max Wilkins
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Giles Prentice
Major Hunt
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I.R. Crewman
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