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More information on: Rollerball (2002) (2002)

98 min.
Rated: 18 Movie-rating:: 3 of 10
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi,
Director: John McTiernan
Writer: Larry Ferguson
John Pogue
William Harrison
Music: Eric Serra
Cast: Chris Klein, LL Cool J, Rebecca Romijn, Naveen Andrews, Jean Reno, Naveen Andrews, Oleg Taktarov, David Hemblen, Eugene Lipinski, Frank Ferrara, Janet Wright, Lucia Rijker,
Keywords: arena, roller, wrestling, motorcycle, race , manager, blood, remake,


Story:In near future, the only violence that exists is in form of a game called Rollerball: A huge entertainment show where blood is all that viewers want to see.


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Awards:Razzie Award nomination for Worst Supporting Actress (2003) - Rebecca Romijn
Production Companies:none
Budget:70 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:25.852764 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:9.013548 Mio. USD
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