Snake Eyes

    Snake Eyes

    1998. Thriller, crime, action, mystery by Brian De Palma. 1h19m. USA: R violence
    '' This is a dazzingly conspiracy crime thriller for the first hour. De Palma does some of his most...
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    An Atlantic City police detective (Cage) attending a boxing match at a huge casino has to take over the building when the Secretary of Defense is assassinated. Assisted by an old friend who just happens to be the Secretary's security chief (Sinise), he has 15,000 possible witnesses, who don't appreciate being kept in the building, and there's something else... a hurricane is coming. The clock is ticking... can one man sniff out a killer out of a crowd of thousands?
    Nicolas Cage
    Gary Sinise
    John Heard
    Carla Gugino
    Stan Shaw
    Kevin Dunn
    Michael Rispoli
    Joel Fabiani
    Luis Guzmán
    David Anthony Higgins
    Mike Starr
    Tamara Tunie
    Chip Zien
    Michaella Bassey
    Paul Joseph Bernardo

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