New York Film Locations



16 Blocks (2006)

In New York, the alcoholic and decadent detective Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) is assigned to deliver a prisoner to the court sixteen blocks far from his precinct in 118 minutes. Eddie Bunker made a deal with the D.A. office and will identify and testify against a dirty detective. While driving to the tribunal, Jack is attacked by a group of corrupt cops and protects Eddie.


Dover Street and Water Street (near Brooklyn Bridge) Manhattan.
   

Mulberry Street and Broome Street, Manhattan.
   

otsoNY Comments: Although this movie was based in New York City, most of the filming was done in Toronto, Canada. Only 2 weeks of filming were done in Manhattan. The most elaborate sequence staged by the production was the climactic bus chase, in which Bruce Willis' character Jack Mosley commandeers a New York City transit bus loaded with passengers in a desperate attempt to make it the final few blocks to the courthouse. A SWAT team surrounds the bus and shoots out the tires, sending the 30-ton vehicle plowing into a construction site. This entire sequence was filmed principally in Toronto over the course of 12 days with 46 stunt people and 25 vehicles, including five MTA buses purchased and shipped from New York to Toronto.



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