The International

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves working as a professional hitman who targets women and children only because movies and books tell him they’re an untapped niche market. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVD’s.



Kevin Carr reviews the movies the studios didn’t allow him to see early this week: Friday the 13th, Confessions of a Shopaholic and The International.


Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin makes fun of Neil for his fear of scary movies, and Neil makes fun of Kevin for his acceptance of movies about shopaholics. The Fat Guys also announce the winners of the 2009 GAG Awards and wish all their listeners a Happy Valentine’s Day.



We have a special “Bad Timing” edition of the report to bring you and its all because of the release of the movie Confessions of a Shopaholic, which rolls out in theaters the very same week that we get big bailout news out of Washington. What timing, eh?


In honor of the fact that Tom Tykwer’s espionage thriller The International hits theaters tomorrow — and the fact that FSR reader Justin Niemeyer was kind enough to send it over — we thought we’d share this little trailer mash-up with you.



Edward Douglas had a chance to sit down with Tom Tykwer, director of The International while he was in New York to talk about the movie for this exclusive interview found only on Film School Rejects.



The folks over at MSN have posted the first 5 minutes of the upcoming film The International, starring Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. The film, which was directed by Tom Tykwer (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer), follows the story of an Interpol agent (Owen) who attempts to expose a high-profile financial institution’s role in an international arms dealing ring.



So there was a FedEx package at my door this morning, and inside of it was a little lockbox with a 50 Swedish Krona bill and a note.


Clive Owen in The International

Clive Owen and Naomi Watts take on a corrupt world bank through a journey that will undoubtedly include mystery, intrigue and violence.

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