Four Killer Clips from Michael Caine’s Harry Brown

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Samuel Goldwyn Films and Destination Films have sent over four clips from the upcoming Michael Caine revenge thriller “Harry Brown”. We’ve already reviewed the film here, and it’s a dandy of a movie that is a must-see for fans of Caine or anyone who enjoys a good guy fighting back against very bad, bad people. The film is scheduled to hit American theaters later this month.

Set in modern day Britain, HARRY BROWN follows one man’s journey through a chaotic world where teenage violence runs rampant. As a modest, law abiding citizen, Brown lives alone. His only companion is his best friend Leonard. When Leonard is killed, Brown reaches his breaking point. HARRY BROWN is a powerful, character driven thriller starring two-time Academy Award® winner Michael Caine in a tour-de-force performance.

Starring Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Iain Glen, Ben Drew, Liam Cunningham, David Bradley, and directed by Daniel Barber.

Harry Brown busts heads and caps asses courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films and Destination Films in limited release April 30, 2010. Check your local listings.

Clip 1: Military Bayonet

Clip 2: You Failed to Maintain Your Weapon

Clip 3: Torture

Clip 4: Frampton Explains

And in case you missed it, here’s the trailer for “Harry Brown”:

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  • Brian

    I enjoyed this film immensely for 2 main reasons. One being Michael Caine, the other being the idiots he was fighting. Of course as mentioned in your review it was solid too. This one is up there with Brian Cox in Red as my favorite revenge flicks.

  • Brian

    I enjoyed this film immensely for 2 main reasons. One being Michael Caine, the other being the idiots he was fighting. Of course as mentioned in your review it was solid too. This one is up there with Brian Cox in Red as my favorite revenge flicks.