Today we have a new trailer for "Alex Cross," a prequel to "Kiss the Girls" and "Along Came a Spider." It stars Tyler Perry as the title character, along with Rachel Nichols, Edward Burns, Jean Reno and Matthew Fox as the villain. Check out the trailer below.
Plot: The story follows a younger Cross (Perry) as he hunts down serial rapist Michael Sullivan (Fox), who kills both for money and thrills. After Cross thwarts one of his killing attempts, Sullivan makes his retribution personal, by killing the detective's wife in gruesome fashion.
The new movie is directed by Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious) and is set to hit theaters on October 19th.
The Alex Cross franchise is hardly above-and-beyond "tarnishing". They’re basically airport novels, and the Morgan Freeman movies followed suit.
This looks like a perfectly watchable take on the character/stories -- a Sunday afternoon movie. I can’t imagine it being genuinely memorable nor any worse than the previous films.
Madea vs. Jack Sheppard? Uh, okay. Why not.
Derek117writes: on October 1st, 2012 at 11:57:33 PM
Two points: First, this is not a New Trailer. It's been around for at least two months on places like IMDB. That said: Rob Cohen is a very competent Action Director, in the tradition of John Woo, so this will probably be an exciting thriller. And make lots of money. I'm in.
"And some of you folks, I swear, you'll watch ANYTHING. I can't even imagine what it's like to be THAT f*cking bored! Christ, play a game of UNO or shoot the neighbor's windows out with BBs instead"
oh come on mink, you've never just watched a movie just so you can Watch a damn movie?
Never flipped the channel, seen the opening credits of a movie and just let the movie play and watched it all the way through just because you'd never heard of it and "you never know, it could be good!"
give some movies a chance lol.. what was the last movie you watched that you actually thought was gonna be bad but ended up being amazing?
yoshi187writes: on October 3rd, 2012 at 7:54:57 AM
This trailer played in the cinema last night before I watched Looper and I literally felt embarrassed watching it,