Lionsgate Home Entertainment will bring Freelancers to Blu-ray next month. This gritty drama stars Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson (Righteous Kill) as a rookie NYPD officer whose traumatic family history leads to shocking revelations about corruption in the police force.
From Lionsgate's official synopsis:
"Malo (Jackson), the son of a slain NYPD officer joins the force, where he falls in with his father's former partner (Forest Whitaker, Street Kings) and a team of rogue 'Gotham cops.' His new boss, Sarcone (Robert De Niro, Heat), will see if he has what it takes to be rogue through many trials and tribulations of loyalty, trust, and respect. However, when the truth about his father's death is revealed, revenge takes over, and Malo won't stop until justice has been truly served."
Lionsgate's Blu-ray presents the film in a 2.39:1 aspect ratio with a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. The disc also contains the following supplements:
Commentary with director Jessy Terrero and Curtis Jackson
Behind-the-scenes interviews with Jessy Terrero, producer Randall Emmett, writer L. Philippe Casseus, and actors Curtis Jackson, Forest Whitaker, Beau Garrett, Malcolm Goodwin, Ryan O'Nan, & Anabelle Acosta
Extended interviews with Terrero, Randall Emmett, L. Philippe Casseus, and actors Curtis Jackson, Forest Whitaker, Beau Garrett, Malcolm Goodwin, Ryan O'Nan, & Anabelle Acosta
Everyone has to eat and all that. But why does Deniro and Whitaker keep doing lower quality films, the movies are not usually horrible maybe not the best but still watchable to a point. I'll give this one a view on cable or redbox, don't know if I would buy at first.