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Tuesday, 13 January 2009

The Good, the Bad, and the Weird - International Trailer

The international trailer for The Good, the Bad, and the Weird which was inspired by The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

The background is the wilderness of 1930s Manchuria. The Bad (a hitman) is hired to acquire a treasure map from a Japanese official traveling on a train, The Weird (a thief) steals the map from the Japanese official when he robs him on the train. The Bad just after manages to stop the train and a slaughter of Japanese and Manchurian guards ensues. The Good (a Bounty hunter) appears on the scene with his shotgun in hand and tries to kill The Bad. Meanwhile The Weird manages to escape to the Ghost Market, to figure the map out and escape from his pursuers. In this unpredictable, escalating battle for the map with the Japanese Army, and Manchurian bandits also after the map, who will survive and claim the supposed treasure?


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3 comments:

Pat said...

everyone, go and see it if u can. personally, my fav movie of 2008, just after the dark knight.

would write a review if only i had enuff time on my hands ;(

Daan said...

Ive heard about it for quite a while now, looks great, probably won't get released in cinema's here.

Live for films said...

Go on Pat. Do a review. Do a paragraph here and there and before you know it you have a review. Doesn't all have to be done in one sitting. Doesn't have to be a huge essay either.

Go on Pat. Do it. You know it makes sense.