16 Blocks (2006)

For a New York cop and his witness, the distance between life and death just got very short.

Original Title : 16 Blocks
Director : Richard Donner
Writer : Richard Wenk
Genre : Action
Country : Germany
Language : English
Music : Klaus Badelt
Photography : Glen MacPherson
Distributor : Benelux Film Distribution
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for violence, intense sequences of action, and some strong language.
IMDB ID : 0450232
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16 Blocks (2006) - Richard Donner


Bruce Willis Jack Mosley
Mos Def Eddie Bunker
David Morse Frank Nugent
Jenna Stern Diane Mosley
Casey Sander Captain Gruber
Cylk Cozart Det. Jimmy Mulvey
David Zayas Robert Torres
Robert Racki Jerry Shue
Patrick Garrow Touhey
Sasha Roiz Kaller
Conrad Pla Ortiz
Hechter Ubarry Maldonado
Richard Fitzpatrick Deputy Commissioner Wagner
Peter McRobbie Mike Sheehan
Michael F. Keenan Ray Fitzpatrick (as Mike Keenan
Robert Clohessy Cannova
Jess Mal Gibbons Pederson
Tig Fong Briggs
Brenda Pressley ADA MacDonald
Kim Chan Sam
Carmen Lopez Gracie
Scott McCord Lieutenant Kincaid
David Sparrow Holding Cell Officer
Eduardo Gomez Holding Cell Prisoner
Sam Kung Chinese Man
Angela Seto Chinese Wife
Bernie Henry Man with Caddy
Nick Alachiotis Russian
Danny Lima Russian
Claudio Masciulli Dominic Forlini
Efosa Otuomagie Bus Driver
Christina Orjalo Girl on the Bus
Richard Wenk ADA's Detective
Derek Hoffman Carl - EMT
Brian Read UPS Delivery Man
Ryan Wulff DA'S Clerk
Steve Kahan Restaurant Owner
Paul Tuerpe Diane's Boyfriend
Cece Neber Labao Restaurant Waitress (as Cece Neber
Jim Chong Bus Passenger
Betty Chong Bus Passenger
Sam Moses Bus Passenger
Kathy Imrie Bus Passenger
Jason Burke Bus Passenger
Tom Wlaschiha Bus Passenger (as Thomas Wlaschiha
Scott Douglas Bus Passenger
J.D. Nicholsen Man in Gray Suit
Kameron Louangxay Communications Tech
Victoria Mitchell Woman in Apartment
Cecil Phillips MTA Cop (as Cecil Philips
Rob Wiethoff Court Officer
Jimmy Campbell Court Officer
Richard Collier Court Officer
Aaron Ferguson Court Officer
Bradley Paterson Brad - EMT
Paul Lee Asian Shop Owner
Heather Dawn The Juror
Daryl Dismond Man in Suit (as Darryl Dismond
Jim Lavin Car Key Detective (as James Lavin
Beatriz Yuste Subway Commuter
David Talbolt Subway Commuter
Toni Ellwand Subway Commuter
Rolando Alvarez Giacoman Subway Commuter
Carmen López Gracie
Brian Andersson Detective (uncredited
Robert Bizik Construction Worker (uncredited
Vicky Craggs Girl on Street (uncredited
Joseph DeBona Detective (uncredited
Richard Donner Man holding a birthday cake (uncredited
Albert Duic Paramedic (uncredited
Marshall Factora Juror (uncredited
Victor Formosa Businessman (uncredited
Eli Harris Cab Driver (uncredited
Kean Ong (uncredited
Alan Lee Subway Commuter/Pedestrian (uncredited
Paul J.Q. Lee Asian Store Owner (uncredited
Ben Li Chinese Man
Kevin P. McCarthy Person in Cab (uncredited
Liam McGuckian Nephew (uncredited
Denis McKeown Pedestrian (uncredited
Allison Lee Ritter Passenger (uncredited
Joe Rosario Juror
Talia Russo Young Bride (uncredited
Norman Schleiffer Man in park feeding pigeons (uncredited
Alex Scrymgeour Cop (uncredited
Michael Segovia Russian boy (uncredited
Joseph Siravo District Attorney Haynes (uncredited
Jeremy J. Sullivan Courtroom Security Guard (uncredited
Svetlana Titova Waitress (uncredited
Joshua Tolby Pedestrian (uncredited
Schuster Vance Detective (uncredited
Sonny Vellozzi Pedestrian (uncredited
Emerson Wong Alleyway Chinese Cook (uncredited
Will Wong Delivery Man (uncredited


Bruce Willis plays Jack Mosley, a burnt-out detective assigned the unenviable task of transporting a fast-talking convict (Mos Def) from jail to a courthouse 16 blocks away. However, along the way he learns that the man is supposed to testify against Mosley's colleagues, and the entire NYPD wants him dead. Mosley must choose between loyalty to his colleagues and protecting the witness, and never has such a short distance seemed so long...


Oustanding Performances by Bruce Willis and Mos Def, 28 February 2006 Author: jennifer_lenz from United States This is one of Bruce Willis' finest films yet. He plays a tired old cop who is handed the menial task of driving Mos Def, a criminal, who has to testify in court. Little does he know, he winds up running into very much trouble. Although one might think that this movie cannot be suspenseful because it takes place within the radius of 16 blocks, many twists and turns occur which make it very interesting. Mos Def also delivers an outstanding performance through the use of his accent and his hilarious anecdotes throughout the movie. He adds a lot of depth to his character and to the movie as a whole. Thus, the audience is able to sympathize with him. Overall, this movie was excellent and I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a great fast paced thriller.
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16 Blocks (2006) - Richard Donner