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The Peacemaker

(1997)

Rated R for strong violence and some language.

R 123min.
 
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The first motion picture produced by DreamWorks SKG, The Peacemaker (1997) was a spy thriller that married the exotic locations and derring-do of James Bond with the high-tech obsession and post-Cold War politics of Tom Clancy. Read More
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Thomas Devoe
Julia Kelly
Dusan Gavrich
Alexsander Kodoroff
Vlado Mirich
Hamilton
General Garnett
Appleton
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October 27, 2009
DUMBASDON
This is a GREAT Movie that has been far under rated. The possibility of such events depicted are Scary and Highly Probable in the near future!!! This is a Visionary Account of what will happen in our lifetimes. White Knuckle Thriller throughout the ENTIRE Movie. Highly Recommended by a True Movie Lover, Don Boske Jr.

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