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Submitted by alycakes 582d ago | trailer

Trailer For Michael Bay's 'Pain & Gain'

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By most normal standards, Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain would be a major action thriller, but in the world of this blockbuster director, we’re considering it a small passion project. Reportedly only costing a fraction of his Transformers films, the helmer has taken a bit of a break between his third and fourth robot-fighting spectacles to deliver this true kidnapping story. (Cinema, Pain & Gain)

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alycakes  +   583d ago
I didn't know it was based on a true story...that changes my view on seeing it. I was going to anyway because the cast is good and it's an action flick but now I really want to see it.
timmyp53  +   582d ago
Aww the rock has a sweet side.
pandehz  +   582d ago
Michael Bay film without an entire city getting trashed?
Army_of_Darkness  +   581d ago
Did you not see the swat team with all their guns and shit?! LOL! give it time bro.

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