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Michael Cole 9 months ago
One of those movies where you're 2/3 in and realize, "oh, I've seen this already"
Japh almost 5 years ago
Very suspenseful! Really believable characters. Wasn't expecting to like it. Loved it.
Dominic Dirupo 5 years ago
Sasha over 5 years ago
Good movie. Interesting and gripping. A bit sad though.
Nate McBean almost 7 years ago
Decent action movie / Crowe movie. (4* 7/30/2011)
Marcel almost 7 years ago
An all-round good movie. Thrilling. Great acting by Crowe!
Franz Arens over 7 years ago
Nicholas Firth-McCoy over 7 years ago
Urgh. No suspense, super implicit premise, predictable... the worst!
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Monica Goldberg 11 months ago
Flo HM almost 2 years ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Sandra Padilla over 2 years ago
dominic garvin over 2 years ago
Madison Hays over 3 years ago
Katarzyna G almost 4 years ago
Kieran Lyne 4 years ago
ChriZ 4 years ago
The Next Three Days is a 2010 thriller film directed by Paul Haggis and starring Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks. It was released in the United States on November 19, 2010 and was filmed on location in Pittsburgh. It is a remake of the 2008 French film Pour Elle (Anything for Her) by Fred Cavayé and Guillaume Lemans. Lara Brennan (Banks) is convicted of murdering her boss after an altercation at work. Following the failure of her appeal, Lara's husband John Brennan (Crowe), a professor at a community college, becomes obsessed with the idea of breaking her out of jail, while their son Luke ceases to acknowledge her during their prison visits. John consults Damon Pennington (Neeson), a former convict who successfully escaped from prison seven times. Damon advises John to study the prison, saying "every prison has a key". Damon also warns him that the initial escape from the prison will be easy compared with avoiding capture after the escape. To that end, John must obtain false...
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