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New 'Town' Screencaps

It's nice to see that The Town won't be all about gunplay and shoot-em-up robberies. What was special about Michael Mann's Heat is that it showed Neil McCauley (DeNiro) on downtime and what he was like without the mask. Affleck knows what he is going for in The Town and, while it may not be an awards contender, this will top my must-see list.

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CastorTroy said…
Same here Fitz. This has become my next most anticipated movie and I'm looking forward to see this next month. Hopefully, Ben Affleck can keep his good fortunes going for more than one movie :)
H-Rod said…
The trailer was phenomenal. It's probably my most anticipated coming out soon as well. I like the twist, the action looks good, and it looks like Affleck might be able to pull it off.

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