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5 DAYS OF WAR (2011) Movie Trailer: Renny Harlin

5 Days of War, 2011

The 5 Days of War Trailer has premiered. Renny Harlin‘s 5 Days of War (2011) movie trailer stars Rupert FriendAndy GarcíaVal KilmerEmmanuelle Chriqui, and Heather Graham. 5 Days of War’s plot synopsis (possible spoilers): “The film starts with a brief scene in Iraq where the Georgian contingent of the coalition forces saves the life of an American reporter Thomas Anders. After Anders loses one of his colleagues in Iraq, he returns to Los Angeles but soon goes to Georgia on the advice of some of his friends in Tbilisi, who suspect that a large conflict is brewing. He, along with his cameraman Sebastian Ganz, delve deeper into Georgian life as conflict escalates and they get caught in the crossfire when an air raid strikes a local wedding they stumble upon. With the help of a Georgian soldier who saved them in Iraq, their mission becomes to get their report out of the country to raise awareness of violence they’ve witnessed.”

This looks good and may remind the viewer of The Hurt Locker and The Kingdom. The synopsis and the movie trailer give a few key plot points away that should have remained under wraps. I loved Renny Harlin’s Cliffhanger (saw it twice in theater) and I am looking forward to what he does with a more serious film.

5 Days of War (2011) also stars Richard CoyleLuke AlbrightJohnathon SchaechDean CainRade Serbedzija, and Antje Traue.

Watch the 5 Days of War movie trailer below and leave your thoughts on it. For more 5 Days of War photos, videos, and information, check out our 5 Days of War Page. 5 Days of War opens in US theaters on August 19, 2011. 5 Days of War is already available on DVD and Blu-ray in Region 2 so if you have a multiregion DVD player “Get’re done” – Larry the Cable Guy.

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Source: Slashfilm


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