The Double / The Numbers Station

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The Double (2012, PG-13, 98 Minutes) When a United States Senator Is Brutally Murdered, the Evidence Points to a Soviet Assassin Code-Named Cassius, Who Was Long-Thought to Be Dead. Two Men Who Know Cassius Best Are Thrown Together to Catch Him. Paul Shepherdson (Richard Gere, An Officer and a Gentleman) Is a Retired Cia Operative Who Spent His Career Tracking Cassius Around the Globe. Ben Geary (Topher Grace, Spider-Man 3) Is a Hotshot Young Fbi Agent and Family Man Who Has Studied the Killer's Every Move. Ben Thinks He Knows Cassius, But Paul Knows He Is Dead Wrong. Now, Time Is Running Out to Stop This Merciless Killing Machine Before He Finds His Next Target. Martin Sheen (The Departed), Stephen Moyer (True Blood), Odette Yustman (Cloverfield) and Stana Katic (Castle) Costar in This Tense Thriller from the Co-Writers of Wanted and 3:10 to Yuma That Will Keep You Guessing Until the Very Last Shot. Numbers Station (2013, R, 89 Minutes) After His Latest Mission Goes Disastrously Wrong, Veteran Cia Black Ops Agent Emerson Kent (John Cusack) Is Given One Last Chance to Prove He Still Has What It Takes to Do His Job. His New Assignment: Guarding Katherine (Malin Akerman), a Code Operator at a Top-Secret Remote Cia Numbers Station Where Encrypted Messages Are Sent and Received. When An Elite Team of Heavily Armed Assailants Lays Siege to the Station, Emerson and Katherine Suddenly Find Themselves in a Life-Or-Death Struggle Against An Unknown Enemy. With the Station Compromised and Innocent Lives at Stake, They Must Stop the Deadly Plot Before It's Too Late.

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Release Date
2/10/15 
MPAA Rating
R -- Restricted
Length
3 hours, 7 minutes

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