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    Man on a Ledge

    When disgraced ex-cop steps onto the ledge of a Manhattan hotel rooftop,Ā a policeĀ psychologist is assigned to talk him down. However, he might have some other plans.
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  • Actors of "Man on a Ledge"

  • Characters of "Man on a Ledge"

    Nick Cassidy. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Mike Ackerman. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Played by: Anthony Mackie
    Joey Cassidy. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Played by: Jamie Bell
    Angie. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Dante Marcus. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Played by: Titus Welliver
    Lydia Mercer. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Suzie Morales. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Played by: Kyra Sedgwick
    David Englander. Character of Man on a Ledge
    Played by: Ed Harris
  • Directors of "Man on a Ledge"

    Asger Leth. Director of Man on a Ledge
    Asger Leth
  • Creators of "Man on a Ledge"

    Pablo F. Fenjves. Director of Man on a Ledge
    Pablo F. Fenjves
    Birthdate: 16 August 1956, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Critic Reviews of "Man on a Ledge"

    Time Out
    January 31, 2012

    This embraces its own lunacy readily enough, never aiming for anything more than the disposable thrills it delivers thick and fast.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    January 31, 2012

    The solution to "now what do we do for 103 minutes?" is to pile as many silly distractions into the running time as possible.

    January 27, 2012

    'Man on a Ledge' is our first legit contender for Best Worst movie of the year.

    Newark Star-Ledger
    January 27, 2012

    This is one of the few movies that, with its skyscraper action scenes, probably needed to be made in 3-D. As it is, though, it's barely in 2-D - and really, I'm not sure it needed to be made at all.

    Detroit News
    January 27, 2012

    There's no escaping the sheer terror of a guy standing on a ledge that high up. "Man on a Ledge" delivers the sweats it intends to deliver.

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    January 27, 2012

    When an action movie is as clumsy as "Man on a Ledge," it's begging to fall.

    Philadelphia Weekly
    May 03, 2015

    As befitting the blunt dullness of the title, it manages the neat trick of being curiously watchable without ever crossing the line into remotely interesting.
    September 25, 2013

    After an interesting guessing game in the first forty minutes, it slips and falls to a terrible and clichƩd death.

    Big Hollywood
    June 30, 2013

    This drama defies reason, logic and explanation but it can't defy gravity and ultimately falls flatly on its face.
    September 17, 2012

    "Man on a Ledge" is not a film that will change the way we look at thrillers, but it is a film that has enough thrills to provide for a very entertaining ride

    We Got This Covered
    September 15, 2012

    Sam Worthington's Man On A Ledge is an absolute mess of a film, from start to finish. It's silly, dumb and ridiculous.

    August 22, 2012

    The fact that it works is nothing short of a miracle. ... The balance between genuine threat and B-Movie silliness is just about right.

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