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Four New 'A Perfect Getaway' Clips Roll Out

July 29, 2009, 6:05 am GMT

Cliff and Cydney arguing about what they should do next, and Cydney narrowly escaping death are some of the scenes from the David Twohy-directed thriller that can be seen in the four fresh clips.



The theatrical release of "A Perfect Getaway" is just around the corner, and Universal Pictures has come out with more sneak peeks to the upcoming thriller through four new clips. Three of the freshly-released clips have been put out via the film's official site, while the other one is unraveled at MySpace.

The first clip gives out the scene in which young couple, Milla Jovovich's Cydney and Steve Zahn's Cliff, agrees to take along a hitchhiker couple but gets a surprising response. The second clip focuses on the time Cydney almost plunges to the gorge below when her attempt to cross a narrow ledge is disturbed by a passing helicopter.

The third clip features the scene in which Cydney and Cliff argue about which option they should take to avoid being killed by the potential murderers who tag along in their trip. The last one, in the meantime, shows an intense snippet of Cliff and Nick facing one another in the woods and discussing whether or not Cliff thinks of Nick as the mysterious couples killer.

"A Perfect Getaway" is an action thriller movie about a young couple who celebrates their honeymoon backpacking in a remote beach of Hawaii. Hiking the wild, secluded trails, they believe they've found paradise. But when the pair comes across a group of frightened hikers discussing the horrifying murder of another newlywed couple on the islands, they begin to question whether they should turn back.

The movie is directed by David Twohy and most of the scenes were shot in Puerto Rico and Hawaii. In addition to Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich, it stars also Timothy Olyphant, Chris Hemsworth and Marley Shelton. Universal eyes to distribute it across the U.S. next Friday, August 7.

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