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Dark City

(1998)

Rated R for violent images and some sexuality.

R 101min.
 
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Alex Proyas (The Crow) directed this noir-styled futuristic thriller, scripted by Proyas, Lem Dobbs (Kafka), and David S. Goyer (The Puppet Masters). Separated from his wife Emma (Jennifer Connelly), amnesiac John Murdoch (Rufus Sewell) awakens alone ... Read More
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John Murdoch
Dr. Daniel Schreber
Emma Murdoch
Frank Bumstead
Mr. Book
Walenski
Husselbeck
Stromboli
Mr. Wall
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August 03, 2013
jjesse285
This movie has alway been in the back of my mind since I first saw it some years ago,one of Kiefer Sutherland movie that put him in the spotlight.

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