Thanks to ComingSoon, we now have a the trailer for the upcoming "Transit" thriller, starring Jim Caviezel, Elizabeth Rohm, Harold Parrineau and Sterling Silver. Check it out below.
Plot: The family camping trip was meant to reunite the Sidwell family. It's not. After being imprisoned for tax evasion, Nate Sidwell (Caviezel) has lost the respect of his wife and his children. Then when he suspects their truck is being followed, he gets arrested for aggressive driving and has to spend a night in jail. Just when it seems the trip cannot get any worse, the Sidwells discover $4,000,000 cash in their luggage rack, and that Nate was wrong. They aren't being followed. They're being hunted - by four ruthless killers, who will stop at nothing to retrieve their millions.
The new movie is directed by Antonio Negret and is set to hit theaters on May 11th, in limited release.
Jim Caviezel is an excellent actor. Some Jews producers threatened him that if he wants to have a career in Hollywood then he should Not play Jesus in Mel Gibson's Passion.
He said it himself and I believe him.
Mel Gibson arranged for a private screening for the Pope Jean-Paul II at the time and He said it himself in his own words that the film was made exactly as it is written in the Bible and the Jews in Hollywood didn't like the fact that Jesus was chosen to be crucified BY the Jewish crowd over the thief Barabas.
And that was written in several newspapers like Le Monde, Corriere della Sera, El Mundo.
When I read the piece on the trailer I was so uninterested I didnt even watch it. However after reading the glowing reviews of the breasts I decided to watch and I agree they are pleasant the film looks ok i spose but James Frain annoys me for some reason.
@Bullit: Meeting Evil and New Years Day are both trash. And the ending to the first...so Richie wasn't a figment of John's imagination but a serial killer hired to murder John by Joanie? It's like the writers were playing reverse psychology with the audience, like they thought the audience would think Ritchie was imagined so they made him real. I guess that's what passes for clever these days. lol.
Well Mink, that's exactly what I thought and very well put. Since everything is said I must say that it was a bit infuriating for me as I was expecting something more "tantalising" than a bloody hired killer. IF Samuel was playing the Devil himself, as the trailer inclined, it would have been much more exciting than that.
It's funny, some people can't conceive that God exists but when it comes to Satan, THEY ARE ALL chicken out. I promise you, to every single person I asked, "do you think that Satan does not exists", they all have a sudden more hate about God than the Devil himself. I find this very amusing for personal & factual reasons.
Speaking of New Year's Eve, that half boy of Hilary Swank is one strange of a kind: great figure, body, beautiful eyes, wide jaws (wich inlines to a master blow job), nice lips but the teeths are taken from a bloody horse!
The same goes for Jessica biel.
My point is, when you think you've hit the jackpot wioth these kinds of celebreties, you actually are the ruling king of an exceptional f*cking circus from the 19th century!
Those so-called "hot celebrities" don't have anything close to the glamours women from the 50's and 60's.
@Bullit: Well, I was arguing semantics from a cynical position.
Employers would say, and they use this actual word, *given*, not allowed, because the way they view it, you're allowed to show up on time, to do your job right and fast and to f*ck off kindly thereafter.
You're not allowed anything that isn't expressly dictated by Federal law, and even that they really don't want to give you, like minimum wage, maximum hours, maternity leave and all the rest.
"When I worked for this American Law Firm 20 years ago, they told me that after 5 years in the US, you're finally allowed to take 2 weeks or 10 working days! After 5 f*cking years?"
Your experience is a bit dated, but it's still true that you aren't allowed much in the way of paid holidays. In many cases, you may be required to work Christmas (I have), though you're usually compensated with a percentage pay increase based on seniority.
"Now, Sarah Jessica Parker, there's just no excuse. Somebody in that family f*cked a horse at some point and there's no other explanation.
Hahaha! That collection is a perfectl match! LOLOLOL!
Man, that collection is hilarious. I thought once how Matthew Broderick was funny in Ferris Bueller but I wouldn't like my to know that my wife is reffered to a f*cking horse! Bloody hell, how can he live with that?
"PS: learn French or German just in case and you'll be making gold money in comparison. I am not jocking."
Well, they're saying we should learn Mandarin, our corporate masters, but I'm no fan of the Chinese. Seems to me the bulk of their economic growth is artificial and at the US's expense. But France and German, yeah, that would be nice...
You hear about the drought down in SE Britain? Worst since 1884. Scots have all the excess water they say, but my hats off to them: they just built a desalination plant. Do we even have one of those in the US?
Never mind he Chinkies, German or French is the key to a dream job.
I wouldn't never worry about the Scots as they're so up north they'll never go through a drought, that's just purely impossible as it rains more than 300 days a year there. Even by today's standards. The only thing they have is: no sun, all kinds of verdancy & rain but the greatest single malt wisky Scotch! It actually snows there right now.
But yes, I'd be worried about the drought within the English lands if I was there. They're already have some restrictions on the use of water as the groundwater are lower of 50% from last year.
@cream puff Agreed. Count of Monte Cristo was Caviezels best work...sad to see an actor with such great talent go to these low budget movies when he's capable of hitting the big screen in theaters everywhere
seveltotowrites: on November 3rd, 2017 at 11:58:42 AM