The Town – Trailer

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(Youtube Direkttown, via FirstShowing)

Schöner Trailer zu „The Town“ von und mit Ben Afflek: „As he plans his next job, a longtime thief tries to balance his feelings for a bank manager connected to one of his earlier heists, as well as the FBI agent trying to bring his crew down.“

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  1. skee

    hui, geht gut ab

  2. Sidewinder

    hab das buch von chuck hogan gelesen. freu mich. :D

  3. being john moaelkowitsch

    ähem… hust… hust… WOW! …wenn der Trailer das hält, was er an Intensität verspricht, dann wird das ne Bombe. Sieht sehr sehr vielversprechend aus.

    Affleck scheint ein richtig gutes Regie-Händchen zu haben. “Gone Baby Gone” fand ich schon großartig. Ich mag dieses Boston-Setting aber auch einfach sehr gerne (siehe Departed, Mystic River etc.)

  4. keiler "beule" stopfer

    Drei Kommentare ohne Ben-Affleck-Bashing. Hab ich meine Wette verloren.

    Zum Trailer: Sieht richtig, richtig gut aus.

  5. Claas

    affleck ist echt ein sehr viel besserer regisseur als schauspieler.
    hoffe der film ist ebenso intensiv.

  6. firejoe

    wow…echt gut, der film kommt auf meine liste “must see in cinema”

  7. Sidewinder

    kommt der film auch nur ansatzweise an die qualität des buches ran, dann wird´s 100%ig ne absolute granate.

  8. flo

    Leider down wegen Urheberrechtsgedöns von Warner :(

  9. flo

    Der hier ging grad noch:

  10. SIC

    schön

  11. lukipuki

    und dann noch Rebecca Hall … *big-sigh*

  12. Frido

    Der Trailer sieht vielversprechend aus. Und insgesamt erinnert mich es ein wenig an “Heat”…

  13. DerMatze

    Meine Güte, was ist denn mit Pete Postlethwaite passiert, der ist ja noch viel mehr Haut und Knochen als früher?

  14. The Town – Neuer Trailer | Die Fünf Filmfreunde

    […] zum zweiten Film von Ben Affleck nach seinem Debüt “Gone Baby Gone”. René hatte hier bereits einen anderen, etwas längeren Trailer gepostet. Affleck sollte man als Regisseur wohl […]

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