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We just received an email from the marketing company that’s behind Oscilloscope’s new movie “The Messenger.”
They’re trying to get the word out and wanted to share the trailer with our readers.
Check it out below, and let us know your thoughts.
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Just enough to to get me interested. Certainly popular among the liberal/artsy set, considering all the early awards. That makes me think it will paint the military in a bad light. Probably won't be able to get the general to see it, (she's into romantic comedies, and this doesn't look too funny.)but will probably try to catch it on video.
That preview reminded me of "Taking Chance" right away, but with some more side stories other than the mail plot. Being a Marine, I could definitly relate with that movie. This movie seems to be right along the same lines. They both should be a must see!
you're in the ARMY lol...
But no seriously, that looks interesting. The first thing I thought when the trailer started was "Taking Chance" with Kevin Bacon that came out not too long ago. If you haven't seen that, definitely check it out. This film appears to be a bit more 'hollywood' but still definitely interesting.
you're in the ARMY lol... But no seriously, that looks interesting. The first thing I thought when the trailer started was "Taking Chance" with Kevin Bacon that came out not too long ago. If you haven't seen that, definitely check it out. This film appears to be a bit more 'hollywood' but still definitely interesting.