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Overture Films announces March 26, 2010 release date for 'Law Abiding Citizen' with Gerard Butler, Jamie Foxx

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Overture Films - **RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCEMENT **
“Law Abiding Citizen,” Wide Release
Release: March 26, 2010
Directed by: F. Gary Gray
Cast: Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler, Viola Davis

LAW ABIDING CITIZEN is a thriller about a brilliant sociopath (Gerard Butler) who orchestrates a series of high-profile murders that grip the City of Philadelphia—all from inside his jail cell—and the prosecutor assigned to his case (Jamie Foxx) who realizes he is the only one who can end the reign of terror.

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realistic

Jamie foxx really puts his heart and all in his movies.

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