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New Buried Clip Gets Claustrophobic
Ryan Reynolds is deeper underground

15 September 2010  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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If you're at all afraid of small, enclosed spaces, the following clip is not for you. Rodrigo Cortez' new film Buried locks lovely Ryan Reynolds in a small wooden box, and leaves him to figure a way out. Which doesn't seem like fair punishment for Blade: Trinity to us, but there you go.

This clip comes in the second half of the film, so could technically be a spoiler, but it doesn't give much of the plot away so we're putting it up anyway. Watch, and enjoy! If enjoy is the right word...

Buried is out in the UK on September 29, so prepare to shudder in sympathy then.


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RE: On fear.
L: Concise_Statement At least you have the option of watching your fear play out on screen. I'm physically incapable of looking at snakes. There are whole sections of the Indiana Jones films I'll never get to watch. hat is a good point. Snakes in films tend to sneak up on you a bit, I expect that's not much fun. More

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