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August 2, 2010



Clive Owen in Trust

The Toronto Film Festival is starting to announce its movie lineup, and one of the premieres is going to be a revenge thriller called Trust. The trailer just came out, and it reveals a few interesting things:

  • It stars Clive Owen and Catherine Keener as a married couple, so it's automatically cool
  • It's about this cool married couple trying to deal with a terrible thing that happens to one of their kids (the trailer gives away lots of details about this, so don't watch it if you don't want to know. What is it with these trailers? Better question: why do I keep watching them when they bug the hell out of me?)
  • The movie seems to focus in particular on Clive Owen's descent into obsessive and possibly homicidal thirst for revenge, featuring lots of wild-eyed rage that doesn't even begin to diminish his rumpled, doughy-faced handsomeness
  • Supporting cast includes Viola Davis and Noah Emmerich, who I just now figured out is one of my favorite character actors
  • It's directed by David Schwimmer! Huh? Run, Fatboy, Run, the US version of "Little Britain", and now this. Who does he think he is, Edgar Wright? Now that he's anchored himself firmly behind the camera, that guy has done pretty well for himself.

Here's the trailer (it keeps getting taken down from YouTube: hopefully new versions will keep getting posted):

One other thing: there are a LOT of movies out there called Trust. IMDb has three of them coming out in 2010 alone. So far my favorite is Hal Hartley's, which also premiered at Toronto back in 1990. But really, it's time to retire this title.

categories: Celebrities, Movies
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The brand of heroin I use is called "Trust."

Posted by: T-Rock at August 4, 2010 5:23 PM

My brand is "Ross From Friends". It's not really all that good, but you can get it any time you want.

Posted by: amy at August 5, 2010 9:52 AM

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