|Product Name||License to Kill / Acts of Contrition / Gang in Blue|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B0040Y5JWQ|
|Long Description||LICENSE TO KILL A grieving family, whose teenage daughter was killed in a car accident by a drunk driver, struggles to find justice as they encounter bureaucratic delays in bringing the case to trial. Their only hope is young, District Attorney Martin Sawyer ( Denzel Washington , The Great Debaters, American Gangster ), who, ruling after ruling, is hard-pressed to overcome the shameless tactics the defense lawyer uses to keep his wealthy client out of jail. As the family's frustration and outrage builds, Sawyer must deliver the performance of his life if he hopes to outwit the opposing counsel and bring justice to an innocent girl who didn't deserve to die. ACTS OF CONTRITION An edge-of-your-seat thriller starring Mark Harmon (TV's NCIS; Chasing Liberty ) as Jonathan Frayne, the host of a radio talk show where the guilty call in and reveal their darkest sins. When one mysterious caller confesses to the murder of a young woman, Frayne is inextricably drawn into solving the caseâ€”and finds himself a pawn in the psychopath's menacing game. Soon, the search for answers becomes a test of faith as Frayne is forced to confront his own hidden demonsâ€”and the reality that the killer may be closer than he thinks. Also starring Julianne Phillips and Ron Perlman . GANG IN BLUE Black cop Michael Rhoades ( Mario Van Peebles ) knows that some of his white colleagues ride roughshod over blacks and other minority citizens. He has contacted the FBI, but it seems his concerns have been lost in the bureaucratic maze. What Rhoades does not realize is that these seemingly random acts of police misconduct are the work of a highly organized racist brotherhood called the Phantoms.|
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