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At 18 years old, Jason receives a mandatory 10-year prison sentence after being caught with a package that contained illegal drugs, although he was unaware of its contents. His father, businessman John Matthews (Dwayne Johnson), is devastated. When Jason turns down a chance to lessen his sentence by manufacturing evidence to implicate someone else, John begs to be sent under cover instead, but the already dangerous venture turns deadly after he exposes a major player in the Mexican drug trade.
  • Genres: Action, Crime drama, Thriller
  • Running Time: 112 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, April 5, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Drug Content, Sequences of Violence ]
  • Starring: Dwayne Johnson [John Matthews], Barry Pepper [Agent Cooper], Jon Bernthal [Daniel], Michael Williams [Malik], Melina Kanakaredes [Sylvie], Nadine Velazquez [Analisa], Rafi Gavron [Jason], David Harbour [Jay Price], Benjamin Bratt [Juan Carlos ``El Topo'' Pintera], Susan Sarandon [Joanne Keeghan], Lela Loren [Vanessa], J.D. Pardo [Benicio], Harold Perrineau [Jeffery Steele], Kyara Campos [Isabelle Matthews], James McCune [Craig]
  • Directed by: Ric Waugh [Director], Justin Haythe [Screenwriter], Ric Waugh [Screenwriter], Nigel Sinclair [Producer], Matt Jackson [Producer], Jonathan King [Producer], Dwayne Johnson [Producer], Dany Garcia [Producer], Alex Brunner [Producer], Tobin Armbrust [Producer], Jeff Skoll [Executive Producer], Guy East [Executive Producer], Becki Trujillo [Executive Producer], David Fanning [Executive Producer], Justin Haythe [Executive Producer], Dana Gonzales [Cinematographer], Vincent Reynaud [Production Design], Jonathan Chibnall [Film Editor], Antonio Pinto [Original Music], Kimberly Adams-Galligan [Costume Designer], Mary Vernieu [Casting], Lindsay Graham [Casting], Joe Lemmon [Art Director], Kristen Bicksler [Set Decoration]
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