2 items from 2012
IFC Films has released two new clips from The Samaritan, which is currently available on demand through SundanceNOW, Cable VOD, Amazon Streaming, iTunes, PS3 PlayStation Unlimited, and XBox Zune, before its theatrical release May 18. Samuel L. Jackson stars in this drama about a former con man who gets persuaded to pull one last score by his former partner's son (Luke Kirby). Check it out.
The Samaritan - You Thought I Wouldn't Notice?
The Samaritan - Leave It Be
The Samaritan comes to theaters May 18th, 2012 and stars Samuel L. Jackson, Luke Kirby, Ruth Negga, Alan C. Peterson, Gil Bellows, Aaron Poole, Tom McCamus, Martha Burns. The film is directed by David Weaver. »
IFC Films has released the first clip from The Samaritan, which is currently available on demand through SundanceNOW, Cable VOD, Amazon Streaming, iTunes, PS3 PlayStation Unlimited, and XBox Zune, before hitting theaters May 18. Samuel L. Jackson stars as Foley, a former con man who tries to put his criminal days behind him, when he meets his former partner's son, Ethan (Luke Kirby). Take a look at this scene where Foley explains how Ethan's father died.
The Samaritan - Put Yourself in My Shoes
After twenty years in prison, Foley (Samuel L. Jackson) is finished with the grifter's life. When he meets an elusive young woman named Iris (Ruth Negga), the possibility of a new start looks real. But his past is proving to be a stubborn companion: Ethan (Luke Kirby), the son of his former partner, has an ingenious plan and he wants Foley in. The harder he tries to escape his past, »
2 items from 2012
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