Lawless – Trailer


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Toller Trailer zum Prohibitions-Gangsterflick Lawless, inszeniert von John Hillcoat (The Road), geschrieben von Nick Cave, mit bemerkenswerter Cast: Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Jessica Chastain, Guy Pearce und Mia Wasikowska

LAWLESS is the true story of the infamous Bondurant Brothers: bootlegging siblings who made a run for the American Dream in Prohibition-era Virginia. In this epic gangster tale, inspired by true-life tales of author Matt Bondurant’s family in his novel “The Wettest County in the World”, the loyalty of three brothers is put to the test against the backdrop of the nation’s most notorious crime wave.

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  1. Sascha

    Finde den Trailer gar nicht so toll. Das Rohmaterial schaut toll aus, aber der Trailer an sich leidet unter Schnitt, Musik und Title Cards.

  2. Ken Takel

    Finde den Trailer auch schlimm. Was soll der ganze Krach und diese künstliche Erzeugung von “awesomeness” durch die Hintergrundmusik? So kann man sich gar kein richtiges Bild machen.
    Und zu lang ist er auch.

  3. Herr Mayer

    Ich weiß nicht wieso, aber Shia LaBeouf kann ich irgendwie nichts abgewinnen.
    Dazu noch in so einer “ernsten” Rolle, da rechne ich jeden Moment damit das Optimus Prime in Zeitlupe durchs bild springt.

  4. Mein Senf

    Schön, Shia LeBeouf mal wieder in einer einigermaßen normalen Rolle zu sehen. Da kann er dann hoffentlich endlich mal wieder sein Talent ausspielen. Der Trailer ist allerdings eher mittel.

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