Shia LaBeouf
Director: John Hillcoat Cast: Shia LaBeouf
Shia LaBeouf
, Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy
, Jason Clarke
Jason Clarke
John Hillcoat
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Three rebellious, bootlegging brothers find the elusive American Dream within their reach, and fight to maintain their grip as powerful urban gangsters reap the rewards of their hard work in this sprawling Great Depression-era crime drama from director John Hillcoat (The Road, The Proposition). At the height of Prohibition, ambitious country boy Jack Bondurant dreams of becoming "Public Enemy #1" while reaping all the benefits that go with the gangster lifestyle. By expanding his family's moonshining business, he plots to launch a vast criminal empire while winning the heart of beautiful Amish girl Bertha. With his older, intimidating brother Howard by his side, Jack has the brawn to get the job done, too. But they need a strong leader to guide them -- a responsibility that falls on their eldest sibling Forrest. Stoic and stalwart, Forrest is the kind of man who holds his cards close, and places a high value on character. Meanwhile, as the three siblings rise to power while battling treachery on both sides of the law, a mysterious woman named Maggie appears out of nowhere, prompting the thoughtful Forrest to question the true price of his outlaw ways.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/27/2012
UPC: 0013132619132
Original Release: 2012
Rating: R
Source: Twc
Time: 1:56:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shia LaBeouf Jack Bondurant
Tom Hardy Forrest Bondurant
Jason Clarke Howard Bondurant
Guy Pearce Charley Rakes
Jessica Chastain Maggie Beauford
Mia Wasikowska Bertha Minnix
Dane DeHaan Cricket Pane
Chris McGarry Danny
Tim Tolin Mason Wardell
Gary Oldman Floyd Banner
Lew Temple Deputy Henry Abshire
Marcus Hester Deputy Jeff Richards
Bill Camp Sheriff Hodges
Alex Van Tizwell Minnix
Noah Taylor Gummy Walsh
Mark Ashworth Hophead #1
Tom Proctor Hophead #2
Bruce McKinnon Jimmy Turner
Erin Mendenhall Spoons Rivard
Toni Lynn Byrd Ida Belle
Robert T. Smith Young Jack
Jake Nash Young Forrest
William Harrison Young Howard
Joyce Baxter Aunt Winnie
Jeff Braun Doctor
Malinda Baker Young Black Girl
Tom Turbiville Goon #1
Chad Randall Mugger #1
Terry Keasler Mugger #2
Duncan Nicholson Junior
Ron Clinton Smith Bootlegger
Anna House Old Mountain Woman
Ricky Muse Bootlegger #2
Peter Krulewitch Stogie Pete

Technical Credits
John Hillcoat Director
John Allen Co-producer
Robert Ogden Barnum Executive Producer
Michael Benaroya Producer
Jason Blum Executive Producer
Matt Budman Co-producer
Nick Cave Score Composer,Screenwriter
Sharon Davis Set Decoration/Design
Benoit Delhomme Cinematographer
Kathleen Driscoll-Mohler Casting
Megan Ellison Producer
Cassian Elwes Executive Producer
Lucy Fisher Producer
Walter Gasparovic Asst. Director
Gershon Ginsburg Art Director
Scott Hanson Executive Producer
Jordan Tappis Musical Direction/Supervision
Chris Kennedy Production Designer
Francine Maisler Casting
Randy Manis Executive Producer
Robert D. Maverick Makeup
Laura Rister Executive Producer
Ben Sachs Executive Producer
David Sardy Musical Direction/Supervision
Ted Schipper Executive Producer
Rachel Shane Executive Producer
Leslie Shatz Sound/Sound Designer
Sabine Roller Taylor Makeup
Dylan Tichenor Editor
Warren Ellis Score Composer
Doug Wick Producer
Margot Wilson Costumes/Costume Designer
Dany Wolf Executive Producer

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Lawless 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
The locations were interesting, same with the characters. Heard this was good and it is. The acting especially from the main leads.
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Beasto More than 1 year ago
lawless, is awesoem, it's got lots of action, mayhem, and suspense, it's an intense action thriller, but the only downsides are that it does drag a couple of times and gary oldman didn't have enough screentime, but still a great movie overall
katheryn More than 1 year ago
I admit that at first I was highly doubtful about this movie, but as soon as the movie started I couldn't pull my eyes away. I just couldn't wait to see what happens to the brothers and especially Forrest. Although violent and somewhat gruesome at times, it is to be expected. I was thrilled to learn that this movie is a true story. Altogether it is a must see.