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Info

Year: 2005
Original Title: Hostage
Length: 113 minutes
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Studios: Miramax Films
Age rating: Suitable only for 15 years and over
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: March 11 2005

United States: March 11 2005

Ranking

Ranking: 7,638 out of 15,439 movies (up 658)

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6.5 by 4 users

5.4 by 5 media

Plot

Jeff Talley is a hostage negotiator in the LAPD that leaves the department when he can not solve a robbery with hostages in which a mother and his son die. After that, Jeff decides to go to Bristo Camino, a small city where he occupies a smaller job in the police, with his wife and daughter. However, the peace does not come to his life with the move because a year after three teenagers kidnap the family of a corrupt billionaire. Although Jeff tries to get rid of the case for fear of reliving what happened in the past, at the end takes the reins of the situation when it is discovered that inside the raided house there is very valuable information. First English-language film from the director Florent-Emilio Siri ('The Nest') joined the list of successes of actor Bruce Willis, who accompanies Kevin Pollak ('The Usual Suspects'), Jimmy Bennett ('Orphan'), Michelle Horn ('The lion king 2: Simba's Pride') and Ben Foster ('Lone Survivor'). Hide full plot... Show full plot

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Cast Hostage

Johnny Messner

Johnny Messner

Mr. Jones

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis

Jeff Talley

Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak

Walter Smith

Jimmy Bennett

Jimmy Bennett

Tommy Smith

Ben Foster

Ben Foster

Mars Krupcheck

Jonathan Tucker

Jonathan Tucker

Dennis Kelly

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Trivia Hostage

Bruce Willis's daughter in the movie, Amanda, was played by his daughter Rumer Willis. Rumer wanted the part, but Willis made her audition like everyone else and she got the part. The word "fuck" is used 89 times. Kim Coates has previously starred with Bruce Willis in 'The Last Boy Scout' (1991).

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