Collateral

Collateral
Collateral

Year

2004

Duration

115 minutes

Genres

Crime, Thriller

Language

English

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Contract killer Vincent takes cab driver Max hostage, forcing him to drive around night-time LA as he completes a series of hits. The cabbie must do all he can to outwit his murderous fare and survive till morning - but not before the two develop an unlikely bond. Collateral is a taut and absorbing psychological thriller, and director Michael Mann's vision of nocturnal Los Angeles is as sleek and unsettling as Tom Cruise's revelatory performance as the sinister Vincent.

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Contains strong language and violence

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