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The Next Three Days

John consults former inmate Damon Pennington, who wrote a book about his seven prison escapes, and makes the necessary preparations over the next three months, studying the routines inside Allegheny County Jail. Attempting to buy fake passports from a drug dealer, he is directed to a bar where he is instead beaten and robbed. A deaf motorcyclist from the bar later sells him the forged documents, and John buys a handgun. Nearly caught testing a bump key inside the jail, a panicked John is seen vomiting outside by the detectives who arrested Lara; they follow him home, suspicious that he has sold the house and his belongings. John also learns how to break into the van for the medical lab that conducts Lara's diabetes testing.

The Next Three Days

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Learning that Lara will be transferred to a high-security prison in three days, John is unable to close the house sale in time and prepares to rob a bank, but cannot go through with it, and nearly runs over a mother and her child in his stress. A visit with Lara leads to an argument and, in a fit of quiet rage, she declares she is guilty, but John refuses to believe her. He tails a drug dealer to a meth lab, setting fire to the building and taking the cash at gunpoint, but a shoot-out leaves one of the criminals dead. John breaks a tail light as he drives the wounded dealer to a hospital, but the man dies, and John leaves his body at a bus stop. John's father finds his plane tickets and realizes his plan, and they share a final goodbye.

Cavayé told The Age regarding the remake of the film by Haggis, he is eager "to be a spectator of my own film".[4] The director commented on the news his film would be remade by Haggis, "It's a strange feeling. I wrote this story in my very small apartment in Paris. When I saw my name next to Russell Crowe on the net, it was amazing."[6]

In October 2009, Haggis and his staff were in the principal photography stage of production filming in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[3][9] On October 4, 2009, filming of the movie was ongoing and was set to complete on December 12, 2009.[10]On December 14, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that filming of The Next Three Days was going to wrap that day, after 52 days of shooting.[11]

John tries to continue teaching and raising their son. He's conventional, intelligent, settled. His wife's arrest and conviction has triggered a deep outrage. First he backs appeals to the sentence. When they all fail, he learns Lara will be transferred to the state penitentiary in three days. The deadline is dire, because he plans to break his wife out of the jail in which she's being held.

A married couple's life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of murdering her boss. Her husband John would spend the next few years trying to get her released, but there's no evidence that negates the evidence against her. When the strain of being separated from her husband and son gets to her, John decides to find a way to break her out.

i wanted to rewatch atomic blonde.. instead i ended up watching this (in three different parts cause i just couldn't get through it all at once due to sheer boredom). and, to tell you the truth, this movie is a straight up mess. from the opening scenes, i already disliked it. the film opens with a woman talking about how women always compete with other women, and that no woman should work under another woman as a boss to an employee. i mean wtf? it's written and directed by a man, and damn, does it show.

Thanks to an almost year-long lockdown I've become the victim of a horrid sleep cycle, one that changes almost daily and revolts against any structure. So on the days when I might have normal human things to do, I can find myself wide-awake, restlessly trying to get to shut eye the night before.

Plenty of new releases reached the top 30 on this week's top 30 DVD sales chart; however, there were not many really worth lauding. Jackass 3D won the way, but with just 569,000 units / $9.80 million, it was not a huge seller. Megamind was pushed to second place with 368,000 units / $5.20 million for the week and 2.07 million units / $28.95 million after three. It is rapidly becoming the biggest hit of 2011, at least so far. The Walking Dead: Season One placed third in terms of units with 324,000 sold. However, due to its TV on DVD pricing, it placed second in terms of dollars with $5.83 million. The Next Three Days opened in fourth place with 283,000 units / $3.40 million, which is in line with its disappointing theatrical run. Due Date remaining in fifth place, adding 244,000 units / $3.59 million its its total sales, which have reached 1.51 million units / $21.60 million after three weeks of release. More...DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 8th, 2011March 7th, 2011

There are three films opening with saturation level theater counts (or close to it) this week. Included in these films is Battle: Los Angeles, which is not only the early favorite for number one, but also the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Battle: Los Angeles. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of The Next Three Days on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay!More...Tangled Nearly Ties PotterNovember 29th, 2010

As expected, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I led the way on the box office chart, but Tangled was stiffer competition than almost anyone thought it would be. Both were able to outperform the New Moon / The Blind Side one-two punch from last year. But the rest of the chart was not as strong, leading to three-day declines of 3% from last weekend and 6% from last year with $183 million. Over five days, the box office pulled in $264 million, which is again 3% lower than last year. 2010's lead over 2009 has been cut to 2% at $9.66 billion to $9.46 billion, which is not enough to assume 2010 will come out on top in the end, but it should be close. More...Harry Potter is Very LivelyNovember 23rd, 2010

The Harry Potter franchise is almost done and records will be broken over the weekend. In fact, at least one record was broken last night, as The Deathly Hallows: Part I had the largest midnight showing ever and it also has the widest IMAX release this weekend. On the down side, this time last year was also a record-breaking weekend, with New Moon earning top spot for biggest November weekend, so it might be impossible for 2010 to keep pace with 2009 over the next three days. More...2010 Preview: NovemberNovember 1st, 2010

The Next Three Days begins with an out-of-context scene of a blood-spattered man driving a car erratically, then flashes back three years to begin the tale of how he got to that point. John (Russell Crowe) and his wife, Laura (Elizabeth Banks), are dining out. She's in a bad mood because of a knock-down argument she had with her boss earlier - one that will likely result in her losing her job. By the next morning, however, things have calmed down - until the police barge through the front door and arrest Laura for murder. The next time we encounter her, she has already been tried and convicted, and the appeal is not going well. Dragged down by a whirlpool of despair, she tries to kill herself. At that point, John decides he must take action, desperate though it may be. He contacts a notorious prison escapee (Liam Neeson) and hears firsthand what it takes to break out. After that, John begins plotting how to spring Laura from her current incarceration and, after that, how to escape with her and their son to a country that does not have an extradition treaty with the United States. 041b061a72


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