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90's or 00's thriller about dirty cop who keeps victims in underground concrete chamber, access to which is blocked by a car parked on the access hatch.

I think the brother of the lead actor is kidnapped and the cop is 'trying' to help fin him. Other victims are also held at in the bathroom of a remote derelict house the cop visits periodically with an accomplice. One of the last scenes of the movie shows the yard next to house of the cop after he is arrested where an old car is parked on top of a concrete slab that gives access to the underground chamber in which a victim is locked and screaming. The police think they hear faint screaming but then decide they are wrong.
asked Jul 13, 2015 in Name That Movie by obally (6 points)

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I think this might be the movie you are looking for, although this is a recent movie, and some details doesn't match exactly. The ending is basically as you described. Jake Gyllenhaal is the cop, but he is not dirty, he is just trying to solve the case. Hugh Jackman kidnaps a man and interrogates him, and holds him in a derelict house, he wants info on his missing daughter (or children?, I don't remember). And there is the "real" kidnapper, and old woman, she has the concrete bunker and the car parked above it.
answered Jul 13, 2015 by casspir (18,801 points)
selected Jul 13, 2015 by obally
Incredibly fast Casspir, thanks!!
No problem, thanks for following up, very much appreciated.:)
BTW, a good movie, I enjoyed it.