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Contraband Trailer. Baltasar Kormákur‘s Contraband (2012) movie trailer stars Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale, Ben Foster, Giovanni Ribisi, and Lukas Haas. Contraband‘s plot synopsis: “Chris Farraday long ago abandoned his life of crime, but after his brother-in-law, Andy, botches a deal for his ruthless boss, he’s forced back into doing what he does best — running contraband — to settle the debt.”
This not the first time this storyline has appeared on screen. “This is a remake of the 2008 film Reykjavik-Rotterdam, which Baltasar Kormákur also appeared in, featuring a new screenplay adaptation by Aaron Guzikowski.” The Contraband plot reminds me of the remake for Gone in Sixty Seconds where a criminal comes out retirement after another criminal related to them bungles a crime and will be killed.
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From award-winning writer Steven Peros, author of the play and screenplay for The Cat.s Meow (directed by Peter Bogdanovich) and twice-published Samuel French playwright, comes Footprints, a haunting, hopeful and unforgettable mystery. The film chronicles a young woman.s journey of discovery in one day, from sunrise to sunset.
Sybil Temtchine (Ten Benny, Passion of Ayn Rand) stars as a young woman who wakes up at dawn on the footprints and handprints of the famed Grauman.s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood with no idea who she or how she got there. Upon awakening, she wonders if she isn.t, in fact, lost in a dream. And perhaps she is.
Regardless of whether she is dreaming or wide awake, Our Gal sets off on her journey, from one person to the next, one famous locale after the other. Among the Hollywood fringe denizens with whom she comes into contact are »
- Melissa Howland
2 items from 2011
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