The Pale Blue Eye Trailer #1 (2022)

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US Release Date: December 23, 2022
Starring: Christian Bale, Gillian Anderson, Harry Melling
Director: Scott Cooper
Synopsis: Veteran detective Augustus Landor investigates murders helped by a young cadet who will eventually go on to become a world-famous author, Edgar Allan Poe.
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37 Comments

  1. "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." __Thomas A. Edison

  2. Damn, this actually looks good, but being a Netflix production I know it's probably mediocre at best. =/

  3. HMMMM now this looks good 👍. Y'all at netflix, either come up with bangers or flops. Bale back 👍👌

  4. Why are you making me wait until next year, when I'm only going to fall asleep watching it! 😆

  5. didn't see any black or asian charecter in this medival Europe plot.
    did Netflix shed its wokeness or what? 😳

  6. Cooper and Bale? Yes. Melling playing Poe? Hell yes. A cold brutal yet elegant murder mystery. Fk yes, please.

  7. I'm seriously convinced there's 2 very different factions running Netflix. There's the ones that bring us gems like this keeping the company on life support, and then the ones that push in all the woke trash and cost them millions.

  8. It has bale, but it is produced by Netflix, so it's a toss-up. Bale is going to make me check it out, but I'm skeptic.

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