Worth Watching - Dec 24: The Bank Job International Trailer

December 24, 2007

The Bank Job International Trailer

The Bank Job is a (very) British heist bank robbery movie that stars Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows. It looks like and feels like a Guy Ritchie heist movie, only it's not Guy Ritchie. It's about what happens when the government and the mob get involved in a simple bank robbery. A couple of weeks back we wrote up a great introduction to The Bank Job with a few photos, which you can read here. Now we have the trailer on Christmas Eve and it looks like this could be another brilliant British creation, whenever it arrives here in America. Of all things to think about on Christmas, let it be Jason Statham robbing banks! Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Watch the international trailer for The Bank Job:

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The Bank Job is directed by Roger Donaldson (Species, Dante's Peak, Thirteen Days, The Recruit, The World's Fastest Indian) and written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais (Across the Universe, Flushed Away). The film arrives in theaters in the US on March 7th, 2008.

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  • Daniel
    Looks like a winner to me. Anything with Jason Statham has my attention.
  • sixth
    yeah definitly looks decent...
  • David
    Trailer looks shit but the movie could still be good.
  • Sinner
    Not a chance. Looks like another "waiting for something to happen" that never happens. I usually like Statham though.




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