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Coming from veteran stunt coordinator Ric Roman Waugh the flick follows Johnson as a father who becomes an undercover DEA informant in order to keep his son from going to jail after being wrongfully convicted on a drug charge.
I mean we know it doesn’t work with the court, so Rock will have to take matters into his own hands once more.
Inspired by true events, the film also stars Susan Sarandon, Benjamin Bratt, Jon Bernthal, Nadine Velasquez and Barry Pepper. Snitch feels a little beneath Johnson’s potential, but hits theaters on February 22nd, 2013.
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Action superstar Dwayne Johnson headlines this fast-paced thriller as a father whose teenage son is wrongly »
- Nick Martin
Judging by the trailer for Snitch, mandatory minimums are a great law-enforcement strategy as long as you force Dwayne Johnson to be an untrained undercover informant. Johnson plays a father who, in order to keep his son from going to jail, is forced to work with the feds to take down a drug kingpin (Benjamin Bratt). Snitch could end up being a bunch of goofy, B-movie fun especially with a strong supporting cast that includes Michael Kenneth Williams, Barry Pepper, Harold Perrineau, and Susan Sarandon. Or, it could be Faster. I'm hoping it’s the former. Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Snitch opens February 22, 2013. Click over to Yahoo! Movies to see the trailer in HD. Here's the synopsis: Action superstar Dwayne Johnson headlines this fast-paced thriller as a father whose teenage son is wrongly accused of a crime and is sentenced to 10 years in jail. In order »
- Matt Goldberg
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