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The Keeper
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Year: 2009
Audio
English: 5.1 Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English / Subtitled

Synopsis

Steven Seagal (Driven to Kill) unleashes his wrath – and his fists – in this fast-paced thriller about an ex-cop caught in a web of deceit, racism and murder. Full of high-octane stunts and eye-popping action, The Keeper is a nonstop adrenaline rush!

Double-crossed by his rogue partner and forced to retire, Los Angeles street cop Rolland Sallinger (Seagal) accepts a gig guarding the beautiful daughter of a wealthy businessman. But when mobsters kidnap her, Sallinger’s job turns from protector to hunter as he untangles a dangerous web of lies and murder. Now, in a race against time, Sallinger must use his wits, weapons and brute force to get her back – before it’s too late!

Cast & Crew

Cameron Diaz ... Sara Fitzgerald
Abigail Breslin ... Anna Fitzgerald
Alec Baldwin ... Campbell Alexander
Jason Patric ... Brian Alexander
Sofia Vassilieva ... Kate Alexander
Joan Cusack ... Judge De Salvo
Heather Wahlquist ... Aunt Kelly

Reviews

Ben Lyons At the Movies | June 29, 2009

I found the movie to be really tough and challenging and enjoyable.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | June 26, 2009

Uneven but deeply moving.

Tom Long Detroit News | June 26, 2009

A surprisingly lovely movie about an absolutely awful subject, My Sister's Keeper features what also may be the year's first performance worthy of Oscar mention.

Lisa Kennedy Denver Post | June 26, 2009

My Sister's Keeper humanizes vexing questions about medical ethics without sacrificing rattling family drama.

Bruce Demara Toronto Star | June 26, 2009

With solid performances and an intelligent script, My Sister's Keeper offers a moving and powerfully realistic portrait of a family stalked by tragedy that somehow manages to emerge from crisis battered but intact.

Joe Morgenstern Wall Street Journal | June 26, 2009

For all its awkward structure, the film is heartfelt and deeply affecting.

Ann Hornaday Washington Post | June 26, 2009

An adaptation that, although departing dramatically from such key elements as the book's ending, will please fans.

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