Bruce Willis & Forest Whitaker Double-Crossing in 'Catch .44' Trailer
While some movies are merely doomed for store shelves as a straight-to-DVD/Blu-Ray release, there are a few that are good enough to spend a little bit of time in theaters. One of those movies is Catch .44, a darkly funny action thriller starring Bruce Willis, Forest Whitaker and Malin Akerman which will hit New York and Charlotte, NC theaters (only) starting December 9th and will then be available on Blu-Ray & DVD on December 20. Whitaker and Willis seem to be having a lot of fun in this double-cross drug deal gone wrong, at least from the looks of this trailer, and Akerman at least looks pretty as usual. Watch below!
Here's the trailer for Aaron Harvey's action thriller Catch .44 originally from ComingSoon:
Oscar winner Forest Whitaker, Bruce Willis and Malin Akerman lead an all-star cast in this suspense thriller where everyone has an agenda and a Magnum to back it up! For Tes (Akerman) and her two cohorts Kara (Nikki Reed) and Tara (Deborah Ann Woll), were supposed to intercept a double-cross drug shipment for their crime boss Mel (Willis) at an isolated diner. But an unstoppable chain of eventshas everyone realizing no one is who they seem and the job may be more than just eliminating the competition. Aaron Harvey (The Evil Woods) wrote and directed the film which will hit limited New York and Charlotte, North Carolina theaters on December 9th and will be available on Blu-Ray and DVD on December 20. Interested?
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
Nice trailer. Will see it.
Xerxexx on Nov 14, 2011
agreed - actually, it looks better than many movies that are in theaters for a long time!......looking forward to seeing this. and....nice to hear from you again, buddy!
Anonymous on Nov 14, 2011
Yeah its been a while. Was scouting Skyrim videos, and procuring Roger Waters The Wall 2012 tickets. Whitaker looks pretty badass in this.
Xerxexx on Nov 14, 2011
The filming looks like a Tarantino job.
joshp on Nov 14, 2011
Grindhouse, I get where you're coming from, but that style suited those films/trailers. It felt natural, like they had to be presented that way. Dunno about this film, but for this trailer at least that style feels forced like an afterthought
Richie G on Nov 15, 2011
Crapola on Nov 14, 2011
Is it really necessary to start the post by explaining that good movies spend time in movie theaters? I would imagine most readers of the site know that...
Bobby Judo on Nov 14, 2011
Why did that look so much fun?
Johnny Neat on Nov 15, 2011
Willis, Whitaker, and Dourif? I'm all in.
grimjob on Nov 15, 2011
I know they're going for a grindhouse/b-movie vibe with this trailer; I just hope the movie actually has the same feel. Looks like a real good time.
Delvis Crasho on Nov 16, 2011
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