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Trailer - 127 Hours

The first trailer for Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours has been released. The film tells the true story of Aron Ralston (James Franco), the mountain climber who was trapped by a boulder for nearly five days in Utah. It opens on November 5th.


Actionflickchick said...

Looks interesting and like a good lesson on why you should just stay home. Or at least in areas where there is help available :)

Joshua dos Santos said...

ya would make a great double feature with Into The Wild

Anonymous said...

This should be very interesting. I heard his true story about a year ago.

deb said...

Heard hi story awhile ago, looking forward to the movie.

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