The clip Deciding To Talk To The Soldiers Part 2 from The Mist (2007) with Thomas Jane, Sam Witwer
I can quietly gather up some bags of groceries
and hide them up at one of the check stands by the door.
It was your idea. It's your vehicle.
It'll be your call.
I'd rather die out there trying than in here waiting.
Who will save them? No one.
The rocks will not hide them.
I want some idea of what we're up against.
I want to know what this mist is.
I want to talk to the soldiers.
Soldiers? What's that gonna do?
You heard what that M.P. said at the pharmacy.
David, I'm not even sure I knew he was talking.
The situation was insane.
He said he was sorry.
Wasn't that the word he used-
That's right. He said it was their fault, right?
What did he mean by that?
That's what we're gonna find out.
Irene, stay with Billy, please.
"...poured out his vial into the air,
"and there came a great voice
"out of the temple of heaven from the throne, saying,
"'It is done! It is done!'
"And there were voices and lightning,
and thunders, and a great earthquake."
Yes! Come to me!
Where's your friends?
I ain't seen 'em.
Not that big a store. It's kinda hard to lose.
I ain't seen 'em, I said. I look like their keeper?
What do you want from me?
What do you know about this mist?
I don't know nothin'. I got nothin' to do with it.
That's not what the M.P. said in the pharmacy
before the spiders came out of his skin.
They're not in the store.
The only place we haven't looked is the loading dock.
...because you know.
You saw the good face of God tonight.
Yes? Tell us.
Here is an old man who has seen!
Yes, he has seen!
And I want to say,
do I want to walk with you
into my Father's hands?
Smallville 9x07 Kandor - Trailer (Jor-El Returns) - Crossfire
The CW has finally released an official description for Season 9 that contains some spoilers. Here it is:
Soaring into its ninth season, this modern retelling of the Superman legend and its classic characters continues to blend realism, action and emotional depth to reveal a new interpretation of the enduring mythology. This season, as Metropolis' clock tower tolls our characters' darkest hour, we find Clark Kent (Tom Welling) finally making his first attempts to embrace his calling as a superhero.
After the events of last season, Clark takes on the mantle of protector of Metropolis, trading in his familiar red-and-blue for black-and-gray, sticking to the city's shadows and rooftops to become a solitary sentry simply known as "the Blur." While Clark wrestles with his identity, feeling forced to choose between his Kryptonian heritage and human past, he'll encounter even more powerful enemies and allies from across the DC Universe. This season will feature new and past nemeses, including Metallo (Brian Austin Green, "Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles"), the man with the Kryptonite heart; Roulette, a sexy mastermind; the return of Toyman; and the always-treacherous Zod (Callum Blue) as a young Major and leader of an invading alien army, who befriends fellow Kryptonian Clark just as his venomous side is beginning to emerge. This season will also feature an appearance by DC Comics' first all-star team of superheroes, the Justice Society of America, in an episode penned by renowned comic book writer Geoff Johns, who returns to the show after writing last year's fan favorite episode, "Legion."
After a year of protecting Metropolis as the "Red-Blue Blur," Clark Kent finished season eight with the weight and fate of the world on his shoulders, facing down Doomsday. Clark emerged victorious, but his decision to ignore the Justice League's warnings and save the human side of medic Davis Bloome (Sam Witwer) from the monster Doomsday came with a tragic cost Davis turned out to be just as evil as the beast he'd been bonded to, and murdered Jimmy Olsen (Aaron Ashmore) in front of Chloe (Alison Mack), the woman they both loved. In the wake of Jimmy's death, Chloe retreated into her Watchtower, the Justice League disbanded, and Oliver Queen (Justin Hartley) went into a downward spiral, retiring his Green Arrow persona. And Clark turned his back on his own humanity, leaving behind life as "Clark Kent" to exist solely as "the Blur." Meanwhile, Tess Mercer's (Cassidy Freeman) obsession with Clark's Kryptonian origins came to a head when she confronted intrepid reporter Lois Lane (Erica Durance) about a mysterious alien orb that Tess thought Lois had stolen from her, resulting in the two women battling it out in the Daily Planet. During the fight, Lois touched Clark's time-traveling Legion Ring and vanished in a flash of light, lost somewhere in time. And Tess returned home to discover the orb had released a young version of the villainous Kryptonian, Zod, as well as the entire population of the lost alien city of Kandor. But Clark finished the season unaware of this new threat. Instead, he remains haunted by Lois' sudden disappearance, fearing the woman he cares about most could have been killed during his fight with Doomsday.
The season nine premiere takes place three weeks after Clark and Doomsday's epic battle. Obsessed with becoming the hero the world needs, Clark is now literally leaving his mark on Metropolis having fully embraced his Kryptonian side in order to finish training with his father Jor-El, Clark has started wearing the iconic "S"-shield on his chest, and spreads the symbol around the city in an effort to give its people hope.
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Season 9 episodes:
9x01 - Savior
9x02 - Metallo
9x03 - Rabid
9x04 - Echo
9x05 - Roulette
9x06 - Crossfire
9x07 - Kandor
9x08 - Idol
9x09 - Pandora
9x10 - Disciple
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En un futuro no muy lejano, el juego y el entretenimiento han evolucionado hasta convertirse en un nuevo y aterrador híbrido. La tecnología para el control de la mente está a la orden del día, y en el centro de los controvertidos juegos está su creador, un multimillonario solitario llamado Ken Castle (Michael C. Hall). Su última creación: un videojuego de matar que se juega desde la perspectiva del protagonista llamado Slayers, que permite a millones de personas realizar sus fantasías más violentas en la red ante una audiencia global, utilizando a prisioneros reales como avatares con quienes pelean hasta la muerte. Kable (Gerard Butler) es la gran estrella, y el héroe del super violento espectáculo. Le controla Simon (Logan Lerman), un joven jugador legendario que, a pesar de las escasas probabilidades, consigue mantener con vida a Kable cada semana. Apartado de su familia, encarcelado y obligado a luchar contra su voluntad, este moderno gladiador debe sobrevivir lo suficiente para poder escapar del juego y liberar a su familia, recuperar su identidad y salvar a la humanidad de la despiadada tecnología de Castle.
Género: ciencia ficcion
Título: Gamer (2009)
Año del estreno: 2009
Director(es): Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor
Actor(es): Gerard Butler, Michael C. Hall, Alison Lohman, John Leguizamo, Amber Valletta, Aaron Yo, Logan Lerman, Keith David, Ludacris, Michael Weston, Kyra Sedgwick, Noel Gugliemi, Terry Crews, Johnny Whitworth, Zoe Bell, Milo Ventimiglia, Dylan Kenin, Efren Ramirez, Stephanie Mace, Sam Witwer