Warner Bros has unveiled the trailer for its upcoming "Prisoners" thriller, starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Maria Bello, Terrance Howard, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo, and Paul Dano. It's directed by Denis Villeneuve (Incendies) and set to hit theaters on September 20th. Check out the trailer below.
Plot: Keller Dover (Jackman) is facing every parent's worst nightmare. His 6-year-old daughter and her young friend are missing, and as minutes turn to hours, panic sets in. The only lead is a dilapidated RV that had been parked on their street. Heading the investigation, Detective Loki (Gyllenhaal) arrests its driver, but a lack of evidence forces the only suspect's release.
Knowing his child's life is at stake, the frantic Dover decides he has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. The desperate father will do whatever it takes to find the girls, but in doing so, may lose himself, begging the question: When do you cross the line between seeking justice and becoming a vigilante?
Looks good. Real situations but on the home front. I'm tired of all of the Taken wannabes- people that get of on their supposed 'righteous anger' and their desires to go shoot the crap out of these obviously evil men.
It's not your anger that's going to get your kids back- it's your tracking skills and the manpower behind your hunt. And perhaps a prayer.
In reality, wild righteous anger would just get people in trouble- like hopefully how this film will portray it. People hoping that their emotions alone will be their salvation just cracks me up. Haha
The film will probably bomb and actually glorify wild emotions. Alas.
@DeaftOne. Madds is excellent. I tell people not to expect a Anthony Hopkins-esque version of Hannibal. It's a different take-methodical and serious. I'm also digging the character of Will and Hugh Dancy's portrayal of him. He's damn good. And Fishburne finally has a good tv role. He seemed boxed in on CSI, what few episodes of his I watched.
"In addition, the gravity on Krypton is 4 to 10 times that of Earth and humans can’t breathe on the planet. This is all going to be used to explain why Superman can fly, how he gets his powers, and the science behind everything."
Bawahahahahah! More pretentious nonsense from Nolan who thinks he's a f*cking scientist because he saw an episode of Universe or two.
Hate to tell him but just because your physiology is adapted for a heavier gravity doesn't mean you can f*cking fly. Maybe you'd be able to jump much higher in the lower gravity but not f*cking FLY.
Nolan always does that. He always coats his films in a thin patina of very superficial science, a patina convincing only to the scientifically illiterate. Pisses me off because he thinks he's way smarter than he is, and the lie works, but only on the f*cking morons.
Cameron never did that kind of sh*t and Nolan is a far cry from old Jimmy.
By the way, to you Nolan: when a several ton machine like the Tumbler takes a leap off a building into the roof of a f*cking church, the several ton machine won't just roll over the shingles like they're made of pig iron reinforced with adamantium re-bar. But you want to lecture others on the "realistic" use of gravity. f*ck you, pretentious *sshole.
Yeah Mads is awesome as Hanny-Boo-Boo. I read all the Hannibal novels and Mads is definitely portraying him more like how he is described by Thomas Harris. Tony Hopkins was good but his take is a bit more vaudevillian and always made me think of Bela Lugosi as Dracula.
I think lunabell also made the betamax and sh*tz accounts to make it appear as if more than one dumbass was defending it. Because they all registered on May 30th and only posted on that article. Classic studio shillery.
This movie looks pretty good. I like the cast. An angry Hugh Jackman is enough reason to watch it. I'm not too familiar with Paul Dano, but I do remember him from Knight and Day, and vaguely from Looper. He fits the role of a kidnapping psychopath perfectly. I hope Hugh does what's necessary to get the information he needs, if he has to torture him so be it. It's one of those movies where I can't fully predict a happy ending. Looking forward to some movies with people who do nothing but play superheroes to come back down to earth and do some real sh*t like solve a f*cking mystery for once. There's an abundance of sci-fi movies coming out in the next year, which is great and all, but I'm already getting tired of expecting one of them to actually be worth a damn.
Even though worstpreviews is a bargain basement movie news website, any negative publicity or comments about gay propaganda sh*t like shezow terrifies the morons at the hub because believe it or not, our comments are out there and seen from alex's twitter, the wp fb page, google searches, and google news to name a few.
So the hub hires a dipsh*t like lunabell to post in the article in a laughable attempt to stem the tide of most rational people's revulsion to such an ill-conceived idea like shezow.
She should have known what she was getting into on here and once she did she f*cked right off like a tranny with their c*ck tucked between their legs.
Don't think I've seen "There Will Be Blood". If I have, I don't remember it at all. I think I've been avoiding it for some reason. I just simply haven't gotten around to it yet. I know it's highly respected and all, but that's probably why I haven't seen it yet, with such great praise toward a movie come high expectations, so I don't want to be let down.. I must not know what I'm missing. There's something about it that makes me not want to see it, I just don't know what it is.
Pfffft. I know you'd love for that image to ring true. I know you'd love to think I'm some obese bed-ridden Hot-Pocket eating stinky lard-ass sitting around playing WOW, but you couldn't be more wrong.
But hey, whatever you need to do to diminish me in your mind so you can feel better about yourself.