Trailer Trash: THE BATTLE OF SEATTLE

     April 8, 2008




Written by Matt Goldberg


I don’t understand global economics. I know that people who do understand global economics (or at least think they understand it) can be very passionate about the cause. So I’m not sure about the politics and motives that caused the riot in November of 1999 in Seattle, Washington and this new trailer for “The Battle of Seattle” leaves me ill-informed. I know that riots are intense. What I did not know is that Martin Henderson still gets work after “Torque” (God bless that movie) or that you can still be billed as “Stuart Townsend” instead of “The Man Who Would be King of Gondor”.


Wonder if the film has something to do with hippies below:






Source commeaucinema.com









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