Dominic Purcell Stares Down The Economic Crisis Through The Barrel Of A Gun In BAILOUT Trailer

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Dominic Purcell Stares Down The Economic Crisis Through The Barrel Of A Gun In BAILOUT Trailer
You know what feels better than bankruptcy? Cold steel and hot lead. And that's the guiding principal behind Uwe Boll's Bailout: The Age Of Greed, a film that plays a lot like a much lower budget spin on 1993 Joel Schumacher effort Falling Down.

Millions of people have lost everything in the financial crisis. They've lost their jobs, their homes, their life savings. In addressing the crisis, the government bailout has not addressed the problem, but instead will have a horrific impact on state economies for generations to come.

The bailout has proven more costly than the world's collected history of wars and natural disasters. Countries are going bankrupt and our economic systems are collapsing.

This film is about a man who lost everything in the bailout and who strikes back at the system that took everything he had.

Dominic Purcell goes two for two with Uwe Boll in 2012 - he also stars in In The Name Of The King 3 - and you can check out the trailer for this one below.
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cuttermaranNovember 6, 2012 7:36 PM


jesterxNovember 6, 2012 8:43 PM

this is so true. There are many things people are not gettign right now..... like the guy from http://www.forecastfortomorrow... who is quite accuarate with his predictions, is saying obama will get back in, and this financial crisis is a set up to steal from the poor and to give back to the rich.

Sad world in which we live I agree yes.

renamoretti1November 6, 2012 10:09 PM

Am I the only one sad to see Dominic wasting his time in bad Uwe Boll movies (how does that guy find money to make those horrible films?)

Omar HaukssonNovember 7, 2012 10:45 AM

Looks alright. Seems at first glance to be a bailout version of Boll's own Rampage. A film I really liked. Boll is a much better filmmaker when he's not tackling computer game properties. And Dominic doesn't seem to be slumming here.

Todd BrownNovember 7, 2012 10:51 AM

Check the In The Name Of The King trailer, Omar ... ugh ... this is definitely the better of the two.

Omar HaukssonNovember 9, 2012 4:47 AM

Ugh is right.

PatrickNovember 20, 2012 5:49 PM

Love Uwe Boll. Looking forward to this.