16 Blocks

16 Blocks


1 witness, 118 minutes...

Crime story / thriller about crooked NYPD cops with great names. Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) is a tired, drunk, doggone, NYPD cop who is only given the crap jobs. Now he's assigned the of transporting fast-talking convict Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) from jail to a courthouse 16 blocks away... From director Richard Donner (Lethal Weapon).... More

Along the way he learns Bunker is to testify against Mosley's colleagues – namely police chief Frank Nugent who is top dog in a drug dealing ring within the department. He wants Bunker dead. Mosley’s wise to the corrupt cops because he is one. But he likes this Eddie Bunker see, and when he shoots another cop to save Eddie’s life, they find themselves on the same side of the law.Hide

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BY munchkin superstar

Not as good as it could be but then again maybe its because Bruce looks so old and he is not as cool as the Yippe Kai Yay mother Trucker I love from Die Hard

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  • BBC

    Fast-paced, tense and intermittently exciting, Donner's latest will keep genre fans engaged with its polished blend of tried and tested elements. Try as he might, though, he can't make Mos Def's whiny simpleton even halfway likeable, his endless gabble and Rain Man rambling making it all too easy to sympathise with Willis' world-weary hero... Full Review

  • The bedrock of the plot is the dogged determination of the Willis character. Jack may tired, he may be a drunk, but if he's played by Bruce Willis you don't want to bet against him... Full Review

  • A ticking clock scenario and a terrific performance by Willis as an alcoholic NYPD detective make up for the film's occasional missteps and some strange pop culture references... Full Review

  • A solid, bare-knuckle action-thriller from Richard ‘Lethal Weapon’ Donner that avoids most of the genre’s clichés and boasts a commendably dishevelled performance from Willis, as a washed-up NYPD flatfoot dissolving in self-loathing... Full Review