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Brown's Requiem

Rated R for violence, nudity and language.

R 104min.
 
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Based on a novel by acclaimed crime writer James Ellroy, this film stars Michael Rooker as Fritz Brown, a former L.A.P.D. detective who was kicked off the force due to his drinking. Read More
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Stan The Man
Jane Baker
Richard Ralston
Edwards
Solly K
Cathcart
Jack Skolnick
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