Alex Cross (2012)

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Alex Cross Release Date
October 19, 2012
Alex Cross Synopsis
Alex Cross follows the young homicide detective/psychologist (Tyler Perry), from the worldwide best-selling novels by James Patterson, as he meets his match in a serial killer (Matthew Fox). The two face off in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse, but when the mission gets personal, Cross is pushed to the edge of his moral and psychological limits in this taut and exciting action thriller.
Alex Cross Credits
Starring: Tyler Perry, Rachel Nichols, Jean Reno, Edward Burns, and Mathew Fox
Directed by: Rob Cohen
Produced by: Bill Block, Steve Bowen, Randall Emmett, Leopoldo Gout, Paul Hanson, and James Patterson
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Summit Entertainment
Release Date:  October 19, 2012
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The Worst Movies Of 2012 Review Themselves The Worst Movies Of 2012 Review Themselves
There was plenty to cheer in 2012, but there was also plenty to jeer. Remember the return of Jason Biggs for American Reunion? Or how about the double dose of Tyler Perry between Madea's Witness Protection and the dud thriller Alex Cross? The vid below lets them speak for themselves with succinct and brutal reviews.
by Kristy Puchko January 1, 2013 discussion comments
Alex Cross Will Save The Day On Blu-ray In February Alex Cross Will Save The Day On Blu-ray In February
Alex Cross had some problems, most of which did not arise from the source material, a series of books written by James Patterson. It was kind of a snoozefest, but Iíve heard fans of the book series defend the material. For those men and women, Alex Cross will be available on a slew of different formats including Blu-ray, DVD, digital download, and On Demand on February 5.
by Jessica Rawden November 27, 2012 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: Alex Cross Bombs And Paranormal Activity Plummets Weekend Box Office: Alex Cross Bombs And Paranormal Activity Plummets
The current reigning Halloween movie series, Paranormal Activity, released the its fourth entry this weekend but, despite taking the number one spot, suffered a major set back for the franchise.
by Scott Gwin October 21, 2012 discussion comments
Paranormal Activity 4 And Alex Cross Both Disappoint At Friday Box Office Paranormal Activity 4 And Alex Cross Both Disappoint At Friday Box Office
Though the Paranormal Activity franchise remains undeniably strong, and the fourth installment in the series will come in at #1 at this weekend's box office, the micro-budget horror behemoth is showing some signs of wear this weekend. Paranormal Activity 4 made $15 million on Friday, based on estimates, and is on track for a $34 million weekend
by Katey Rich October 20, 2012 discussion comments
Operation Kino 85: The Great Holy Motors, And The So-Bad-It's-Great Alex Cross Operation Kino 85: The Great Holy Motors, And The So-Bad-It's-Great Alex Cross
This week on Operation Kino, we've got our makeup mirror and our limo driver ready, as we review the experimental, very beloved new French film Holy Motors. From there we use one of the week's other new releases, Alex Cross, to talk about the phenomenon of movies that are so bad they're good, and whether that's actually a legitimate way to enjoy a film
by Operation Kino October 20, 2012 discussion comments
Tyler Perry Already Looking To Make An Alex Cross Sequel Tyler Perry Already Looking To Make An Alex Cross Sequel
Alex Cross, the new thriller from director Rob Cohen starring Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox, is a terrible, terrible movie. The performances are all off, the camera work is incoherent, and the same can be said of the script. It's the kind of movie that deserves to crash and burn at the box office and wind up being sold on DVD racks at gas stations for $4.95. So why on god's green Earth anyone would want to create a direct sequel is far beyond me.
by Eric Eisenberg October 17, 2012 discussion comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Alex Cross and Paranormal Activity 4 Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Alex Cross and Paranormal Activity 4 Reviews
Coming off a big week for the Rotten Watch, weíre looking to keep the momentum going. This time around weíve got Alex Cross catching serial killers and more folk recording crap going bump in the night
by Doug Norrie October 14, 2012 discussion comments
Rob Cohen Wants To Do A Found-Footage Action Thriller Rob Cohen Wants To Do A Found-Footage Action Thriller
Part of me loves the fact that Cohenís just spit-balling all of these ideas, particularly as he heads into 1950, a Korean War drama that he has been shaping for years. Will any of these happen? Perhaps. Alex Cross making a fortune will help.
by Sean O'Connell October 8, 2012 discussion comments
Tyler Perry Hunts Down A Psychotic Matthew Fox In First Trailer For Alex Cross Tyler Perry Hunts Down A Psychotic Matthew Fox In First Trailer For Alex Cross
Earlier today we got our first look at the poster for the upcoming Rob Cohen film Alex Cross. Though the artwork itself wasn't terrible (just generic), what drew the eye was the absolutely horrible tagline, "Don't Ever Cross Alex Cross." While I'm sad to say that the same tagline has found its way into the first trailer as well, the rest of the preview surprisingly makes up for it. I didn't think I would be saying this before the end of the day, but Alex Cross is now on my radar.
by Eric Eisenberg June 25, 2012 discussion comments
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Cinema history is filled with great taglines. There are classics like "In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream" (Alien) and "The First Casualty Of War Is Innocence" (Platoon), but even smaller movies have featured some great ones, like Clerks ("Just Because They Serve You Doesn't Mean They Like You") and Boogie Nights ("Everyone Has One Special Thing").
by Eric Eisenberg June 25, 2012 discussion comments
You Will Not Recognize Matthew Fox In the First I, Alex Cross Images You Will Not Recognize Matthew Fox In the First I, Alex Cross Images
As hard as it seems to believe, Perry is preparing to star in a film he neither wrote nor directed-- it won't even have his name in front of the title, which really is a change of pace. I, Alex Cross is set for release on October 26th, and while we haven't yet seen a trailer
by Katey Rich May 18, 2012 discussion comments
Tyler Perry Directing And Starring In Rom-Com Good Deeds Before I, Alex Cross Tyler Perry Directing And Starring In Rom-Com Good Deeds Before I, Alex Cross
Perry hasn't put together his cast yet but he plans to start shooting on April 25, and suggested the release could come "maybe in the fall." Production on I, Alex Cross, which Rob Cohen will direct, starts in June, so Perry's definitely not working in any time off
by Katey Rich April 5, 2011 discussion comments
Summit Will Distribute The Tyler Perry-Starring I, Alex Cross Summit Will Distribute The Tyler Perry-Starring I, Alex Cross
Fans of detective movies will remember that Morgan Freeman first played Alex Cross on the screen, in Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider, which gives Perry some seriously large shoes to fill, Given that he's spent the last five years playing an obese grandmother in a housedress
by Katey Rich March 25, 2011 discussion comments
Matthew Fox Will Play A Villain Opposite Tyler Perry In I, Alex Cross Matthew Fox Will Play A Villain Opposite Tyler Perry In I, Alex Cross
After six seasons of torment and crying as he tried to do the right thing by the island on Lost, Matthew Fox is taking on a movie role that allows him to be the bad guy. According to Deadline< he's taken on the villain role in I, Alex Cross
by Katey Rich March 17, 2011 discussion comments
Tyler Perry Takes The Lead In Someone Else's Detective Movie Tyler Perry Takes The Lead In Someone Else's Detective Movie
I donít think anyone, outside of his fans, takes Tyler Perry serious as an actor. They donít take him seriously as a filmmaker either, but they take him even less seriously as an actor
by Josh Tyler February 1, 2011 discussion comments
Idris Elba Taking Over For Morgan Freeman As Detective Alex Cross Idris Elba Taking Over For Morgan Freeman As Detective Alex Cross
It seems that the book met Cross at a later stage in his life, but with Elba taking over for Freeman I'd count on this being refitted as more of a prequel
by Katey Rich August 19, 2010 discussion comments
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