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I saw Buried at Sundance.
Very good movie. I thought I would be tired of the concept and didn’t think it would hold my attention for 90 minutes but it sure did. Great acting from Ryan Reynolds.
I like the trailer that premiered at Sundance better
my Blackberry has GPS, that would of helped to locate my position. but my 3G T-Mobile will not have any signal strength 6′ under ground. he must be Verizon, getting strong signals been buried.
Yes, yes and yes. Brilliant trailer
Really? Wasn’t something overlooked? Like maybe the light of the cell phone?
I bet you make a lousy dinner party guest.
The order of the trailer is not the order of events in the film. In the actual film he uses the lighter to find the cell phone and then makes the call you hear in the trailer.
is this movie really going to be two hours set in a box underground?
maybe he’ll play around with an eight ball at around 2/3rds of the way through.
All cell phones light up when you use them. Why didn’t his?
How is ripping off Kill Bill Vol. 2 with Uma trapped in the coffin an original movie idea? Oh I get it this is different because he has a cell phone and can’t punch his way out of the pine box? Nikita Khruschev was right when he banged his shoe on the podium of the U.N. and said “We will bury you!” turns out it’s true after all these years.
The car chases are stunning.
Great teaser trailer.
Seriously, this movie’s going to be huge
I’m torn. But I am also sure hundreds of hours of thought and committee time was committed to this final outcome.
At first I thought, where’s the video, and right before it ended. Outstanding!
Seem like LionsGate is finally getting back to their horror roots and the trailer is ingenious although I’m sure Carl Icahn would say otherwise.
Love that they don’t even tell u who’s in it.
Like the movie’s so great, who cares Ryan stars… fantastic, I can’t wait!!!
Yeah, wouldn’t the light of the cell phone come on, how did he see the numbers to dial. Very lame and weak trailer.
The order of the trailer isn’t the order of events in the actual film. So shut the eff up Patton
Yeah and also — when “Buried” was displayed on the screen — since when do words appear in real life out of thin air? Doesn’t make sense! And where was that music coming from?
I saw it play tonight before Nightmare on Elm Street and it played great. Really smart.
Maybe there’s no movie. Only a sound track. Entire below line production cost: $800. Two days in a sound recording studio.
there will always be naysayers…hate the hater.
bad ass trailer.
I’m surprised this script was picked up, unless there were major revisions made to it.
who cares about the cell phone light? the trailer itself is retarded
my student film trailer beats the crap out of that. weak.
You can turn cell phone lights off ya know. Saves battery power too.
And is it really that hard to dial a phone that one has used all their lives to know where to hit 9-1-1???
Brilliant trailer. Lame whining about the light.
Amazing! Love it, just can’t wait to see this movie released in my town.
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