Collateral (2004)
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Collateral (2004)

Genre
Action, Crime
Release Date
August 06, 2004
Studio
DreamWorks
Official Site
http://www.collateral-themovie.com/
Genre
Action, Crime
Release Date
August 06, 2004
MPAA Rating
R
Duration
125 minute(s)
Production Budget
65
Studio
DreamWorks
Official Site
http://www.collateral-themovie.com/
Director
Michael Mann
Producer
Michael Mann, Julie Richardson
Screenwriter
Stuart Beattie, Frank Darabont, Michael Mann
Starring

Three-time Academy AwardŽ nominee Tom Cruise ("Magnolia," "Jerry Maguire," "Born on the Fourth of July"), Jamie Foxx ("Ali," "Any Given Sunday") and Jada Pinkett Smith ("The Matrix Reloaded," "The Matrix Revolutions") star in the thriller "Collateral," under the direction of three-time Academy AwardŽ nominee Michael Mann ("The Insider").

Max (Jamie Foxx) has lived the mundane life of a cab driver for 12 years. The faces have come and gone from his rearview mirror, people and places he's long since forgotten...until tonight. Vincent (Tom Cruise) is a contract killer. When an offshore narcotrafficking cartel learns they're about to be indicted by a federal grand jury, they mount an operation to identify and kill the key witnesses, and the last stage is tonight. Tonight, Vincent arrived in L.A...and five bodies are supposed to fall.

Circumstances cause Vincent to hijack Max's taxicab, and Max becomes collateral-an expendable person in the wrong place at the wrong time. Through the night Vincent forces Max to drive him to each assigned destination. And as the LAPD and FBI race to intercept them, Max and Vincent's survival becomes dependent on each other in ways neither would have imagined.

Jada Pinkett Smith stars as United States Attorney Annie Farrell. Rounding out the main cast are Mark Ruffalo ("In the Cut"), Peter Berg ("Cop Land"), OscarŽ nominee Javier Bardem ("Before Night Falls") and Bruce McGill ("Runaway Jury").

A co-production of DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures, "Collateral" is being produced by Michael Mann and Julie Richardson from a screenplay by Stuart Beattie. Frank Darabont, Chuck Russell, Rob Fried and Peter Giuliano served as executive producers.