Sam Jackson Tricks You Into Watching Theater

Check out this trailer for HBO Films production of Cormac McCarthy's 'The Sunset Limited.' It stars Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson's character from 'Black Snake Moan.' Check out this trailer for HBO Films production of Cormac McCarthy's The Sunset Limited. It stars Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson's character from Black Snake Moan as two men yelling crap at each other in a room. The film is directed by Jones (at his saggiest) from a screenplay written by McCarthy himself. All the action takes place in one room after Jackson has saved Jones from getting mutilated by a train. After the incident, Jackson invites Jones back to his apartment to argue about religion and try on suits. Because that's what you do in those situations. But on a serious note, Samuel, it's time to clean your walls, dude.

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