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Crisis

Crisis

Directed by

Nicholas Jarecki

Starring

Actor
Character
Dr. Tyrone Brower
Armie Hammer
Jake Kelly
Claire Reimann
Greg Kinnear
Dean Geoff Talbot
Supervisor Garrett
Kid Cudi
Ben Walker
Indira Varma
Madira Brower
Lily-Rose Depp
Emmie Kelly
Mia Kirshner
Michael Aronov
Minas
Adam Tsekhman
Armen
Veronica Ferres
Meg Holmes
Nicholas Jarecki
Stanley Foster
John Ralston
FDA Chairman
Martin Donovan
Lawrence Morgan
Marcel Jeannin
Harold Morgan
Eric Bruneau
Guy Parent
Duke Nicholson
Derrick Millebran
Ellora Torchia
Reeva
Daniel Jun
Jun
Luke Evans
Bill Simmons
Kwasi Songui
Red
Charles Champagne
Cedric Beauville
Hamza Haq
Manager
Benz Antoine
Detective Carson
Hiro Kanagawa
Dr. Ishiyama
Noah Ruscica
Simon Gilcrest
Aalia Adam
News Reporter
Rodney Alexandre
Frankie
Meghan Allen
Immigration Officer
Kareem Tristan Alleyne
DEA Staff #1
Sebastien Beaulac
Heavy looking driver
L. Fernando Becerra Sanchez
Drunk at Rave
Billy Bryk
David Reimann
Sabrina Campilii
Cashier - Supermarket
Jason Cavalier
Private Investigator
Micheline Chartier
Extra at the bar
Jay Chevery
Agent E.Thomas
Eric Clark
RCMP Officer
Stephanie Costa
Rehab Attendant
Martin Doepner
Agent 2
Charlie Ebbs
Franklin
Dawn Ford
Tenure Chairwoman
Toni Garrn
Sarah
Ayesha Mansur Gonsalves
Female Collegue
Alain Goulem
Carlson
Natalie Liconti
Girl with Piercings
Vicky Limkalan
Kate McIninch
FDA Committee Member
Carlo Mestroni
Morgue Doctor
Guy Nadon
Official Buyer
Ivan Peric
RCMP Detective
Raphael Roberge
Simon's Friend
Sara Sampaio
Inez
Maurizio Terrazzano
DPD Officer 2
Kenny Wong
DEA Staff #2
Russell Yuen
FDA Member
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2021
 118 minutes (1 hrs 58 mins)

US release date Released: 26th February 2021
MPAA Age Rating: Crisis R age rating 

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America this weekend sees no move at the top as The Martian retains the number spot for another weekend.

A very low grossing weekend has The Martian taking just $11.4 million to retain the box office which now after 5 weeks of play has made $182.8 million in America .

Highest new film of the week is Bradley Cooper's new film Burnt which enters at number 5 with a very lacklustre $5 million.

Faring even worse is Sandra Bullocks new film Our Brand is Crisis which enters at number 8 this week with a $3.4 million opening.

Last new entry of the week is at number 12, the imaginatively titled Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse which manages $1.7 million for the weekend.

Despite rumblings from many a commentator about maybe Colin Firth not getting an Oscar, or Natalie Portman being pipped at the post by Annette Benning, in the end the Oscar evening went as predictably as you could imagine with just about everyone predicting all the major winners.

Colin Firth and Natalie Portman got their statues, while Christian Bale and Melissa Leo (both for The Fighter) got awarded. Maybe the most unpredictable award for the night was best film and director, most thought that The Social Network and its director David Fincher might clinch it, but The Kings Speech and director Tom Hooper took home the glory.

Toy Story 3 deservedly gained the best animated feature Oscar and in maybe a surprise move Banks diod not get the best documentary Oscar, so no stunt appearance, instead that went to Inside Job, a film from director Charles Ferguson about the financial crisis of 2008.

In all I suppose it was a predictable night, but one where all the Oscars went to deserved winners, something which rarely happens. The awards season is now over, a season which I used to get very excited about, and although I still look at the winners with interest I don't get nearly as excited as I did 10 years ago, maybe Oscar is no longer relevant?