Worth Watching - Feb 5: Flawless Trailer with Michael Caine

February 5, 2008
Source: Apple

Flawless Trailer

Who doesn't love heist movies? And add on top of that - who doesn't love Michael Caine? You put the two together and you've got Flawless - a swingin'-60's diamond heist movie with Michael Caine and a not-so-flattering Demi Moore. I do say, this does look rather incredible. Thankfully it was just announced as one of the film's playing at the SXSW Film Festival, so now I'm all set to catch this in early March. As for everyone else, don't worry, it comes out at the end of March, and you definitely won't want to miss it.

Watch the trailer for Flawless:

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You can also watch the Flawless trailer High Definition on Apple

Flawless is directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Michael Radford, of White Mischief, The Postman, and The Merchant of Venice. The script is an original story written by newcomer Edward Anderson. Flawless is currently set to open in limited theaters on March 28th. The poster for the film is featured below.

Flawless Poster

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WOW! This looks great! I pictured this to be a much darker film by the poster and all but looks like a very fun time. However, THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY and MAGNOLIA???? Talk about a deadly combo.

Ryan on Feb 5, 2008


looks excellent...anything with Michael Caine is good for me...will definately see this one as well...

cornholio_by_the_sea on Feb 5, 2008


Oh, Lord, why oh why is Demi Moore trying an English accent? Just terrible. She was a bad casting idea. Just didn't work for me on any level...even with Michael Caine.

Movie Lover on Feb 7, 2008


the screener, or dvdrip, forget which, leaked online months ago.

Guy on Feb 7, 2008


@ guy: o rly? must find.

chad on Feb 8, 2008


I've actually watched this movie sometime ago in September last year (I've no idea who came up with the idea to release it so early in Indonesia?). I hated Demi Moore, loved Michael Caine. The heist plot kept me guessing to the end (still, I failed to figure it out), it's a bit talky, but as overall I'd recommend it.

consumativ on Feb 28, 2008

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