'Contraband' Trailer Pulls Mark Wahlberg Back In

Also features a semi-dressed Kate Beckinsale. If Mark Wahlberg overpowers you and puts a gun to your head while warning you not to harm his wife and kid, the last thing you should up and do is harm his wife or kid. Obviously Giovanni Ribisi didn't get that memo. Here he is in this Contraband trailer harming wives and kids like nobody's business. Get a clue, guy. The trailer also features a short montage of Kate Beckinsale getting dressed. I don't want to tell you trailer editors how to do your job, but you might want to consider playing that footage backward. And slowly. Oh yeah, that's more like it.

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