Edison Force by David J. Burke |David J. Burke, Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, Justin Timberlake | 43396151659 | DVD | Barnes & Noble
Edison Force

Edison Force

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Director: David J. Burke

Cast: David J. Burke, Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, Justin Timberlake

     
 
Corruption is the law of the land in the every-city of Edison, and the only soul brave enough to peer into the fire and face the wrath of an entire squad of corrupt cops is a fresh-faced journalist in this neo-noir thriller from television director-turned-feature helmer David J. Burke. Joshua Pollack (Justin Timberlake) has discovered a glitch in the system, and as a

Overview

Corruption is the law of the land in the every-city of Edison, and the only soul brave enough to peer into the fire and face the wrath of an entire squad of corrupt cops is a fresh-faced journalist in this neo-noir thriller from television director-turned-feature helmer David J. Burke. Joshua Pollack (Justin Timberlake) has discovered a glitch in the system, and as a fledgling journalist he sees it as his duty to expose the corruption. When Pollack misjudges the depth of the authoritative decay and his girlfriend is hospitalized following a brutal attack by the alliance of crooked cops known as F.R.A.T., he soon decides to take action and prove that even those who believe themselves to be above the law still aren't beyond its reach.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/18/2006
UPC:
0043396151659
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:39:00
Sales rank:
44,662

Special Features

Closed Caption; Absolute Power: Behind the scenes of Edison Force

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Spacey Ashford
Morgan Freeman Wallace
Justin Timberlake Joshua Pollack
LL Cool J Deed
Dylan McDermott Sgt. Lazerov
John Heard Tilman
Cary Elwes Reigert
Roselyn Sanchez Maria
Marco Sanchez Reyes
Darryl Quon Wu
Damien Dante Wayans Isiaha
Andrew Jackson Ives
Garfield Wilson Rook
Timothy Paul Perez Butler
Piper Perabo Willow

Technical Credits
David J. Burke Director
David Burke Screenwriter
Boaz Davidson Executive Producer
Danny Dimbort Executive Producer
Randell Emmett Producer
Randall Emmett Producer
George Furla Producer
Andreas Grosch Executive Producer
Don Halton Art Director
David Husby Sound/Sound Designer
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Monella Kaplan Associate Producer
Katterina Keith Production Designer
Francis Kenny Cinematographer
Avi Lerner Executive Producer
Machine Head Score Composer
Peter D. Marshall Asst. Director
Katrina McKarthy Costumes/Costume Designer
Ashley Miller Musical Direction/Supervision
Casey O. Rohrs Editor
H. Scott Salinas Score Composer
Andreas Schmid Executive Producer
Trevor Short Executive Producer
John Thompson Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Edison Force
1. It's a Dirty World [6:43]
2. Welcome to the Majors [10:22]
3. Late Night Meeting [7:25]
4. F.R.A.T. Research [8:20]
5. Social Deviance [8:40]
6. Being Warned [8:09]
7. Risky Refuge [8:25]
8. Edison's Mess [10:07]
9. FBI Fraternization [9:00]
10. Life on the Line [3:38]
11. Soecial Delivery [10:29]
12. Story Time [7:42]

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Edison Force 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie had a great plot, I think Justin Timberlake did a great job, and it really kept my attention through out the whole movie...not a dull moment!
Guest More than 1 year ago
As my headline reads, Justin Timberlake was actually tolerable in this entire DVD. I would even go so far as to say that he is a better actor than a singer, not saying much unless you're a Timberlake fan. Morgan Freeman was strangely sterile in this film and wasn't really anywhere. Kevin Spacey made up for Freeman's stagnant performance by being himself: a great character actor. The whole thing with rappers acting and trying to make it into the mainstream, I am all for, but they usually have no acting ability or seem to be literate, and that's not racist or maybe according to some it may be. LL Cool J was, but he is literate and smart and doesn't have a vocabulary that tailors to those that need four-letter words as if they were brail. The only rapper that was able to be indigenous to both world of acting and rapping was Tupac Shakur, who unfortunately everybody knows what happens to him. Generally, I thought the movie had a weak script but I watched it because the collaborations of such oddities as Morgan Freeman (the best black actor ever in my opinion and one of the best period) and Justing Timberlake.