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  • Taking charge of the situation the best he knows how, Sam tracks his man down with vengeful conpempt and ruthless abandon

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      U.S. Marshals, directed by Stuart Baird is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for some scenes of violence and brief language. The original release date was March 6, 1998 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Thriller and stars Tommy Lee Jones as Chief Deputy Marshal-Samuel Gerard, Welsey Snipes as Mark Sheridan, Robert Downey Jr. as Special Agent-John Royce, Joe Pantoliano as Deputy Marshal-Cosmo Renfro, Daniel Roebuck as Deputy Marshal-Bobby

      Riggs, Tom Wood as Deputy Marshal-Noah Newman and LaTanya Richardson as Deputy Marshal-Savannah Cooper.

      Sam Gerard and his fellow U.S Marshals with new-comer Special Agent John Royce are hot on the trail of escaped prisoner and alleged murderer Mark Sheridan after the aircraft he (Sheridan) was on crash landed.

      Taking charge of the situation the best he knows how, Sam tracks his man down with vengeful conpempt and ruthless abandon. Just when things seemed to almost come to and ...

      • end, the matter gets complicated and just like ‘The Fugitive’, Sam is forced to once again, assist in proving the innocence of his bounty.

        After the kid dies, Sam starts to take the job abit more on a personal level, and aiding him in that is Special Agent Royce, who wanst nothing more than to see Sheridan dead by any means necessary.

        Sam Picks up on that fact and starts to ponder why that may be. It gets down

        to the nitty gritty when Sam puts the pieces of the puzzle together, only to realize that the kid was killed by this newby into their closely knit team. He is left with no alternative but to put down the real murderer and set the recird straight on the wrongfully accused Sheridan.

        Magnificence is written all over this movie Tommy Lee Jones style…a great actor putting out a fine performance along with a great co-star in Wesley Snipes…A true blockbuster hit!

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