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The Book of Eli, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Pictures provided by: davekingfm, Neptune, Alex347_2, SlovakInsurgent, Jale

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Also known as:

  • Le livre d'Eli (France)
  • O eklektos (Greece)
  • ╔li k÷nyve (Hungary)
  • Codice: Genesi (Italy)
  • The Walker (Japan)
  • El libro de los secretos (Mexico)
  • Księga ocalenia (Poland)
  • O Livro de Eli (Portugal)
  • Книга Илая (Russia)

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Neptune US

2010-02-23 18:21

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Neptune US

2010-02-23 18:21

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movie star AT

2010-03-01 20:30

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where was this movie shot? I have never seen sooo many cars in a deserted landscape :wow:

APS221 US

2010-03-01 20:35

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movie star wrote where was this movie shot? I have never seen sooo many cars in a deserted landscape :wow:

It was shot in New Mexico.

movie star AT

2010-03-01 20:36

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thanks.

CRAFT372 US

2010-06-21 18:21

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This is a pretty dame good and origenale P.A. movie so if you are a fan of the Mad Max series go and watch it but be warned there is no Car Chase and weary little car action for a P.A. movie in it.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-21 18:30:36

slovakinsurgent US

2010-07-22 15:36

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We need some shots of the bridge that they drive on with the Suburban before they go to Alcatraz. Alot of great shots of the vehicles abandoned on there.

crown vic avenger US

2010-08-03 06:40

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slovakinsurgent wrote We need some shots of the bridge that they drive on with the Suburban before they go to Alcatraz. Alot of great shots of the vehicles abandoned on there.

Indeed there was a Crown Vic in the scene with the drivers rear door off ill try to get some good images up once i get the DVD :)

-- Last edit: 2010-08-03 06:41:06

Slovakinsurgent US

2011-01-30 17:59

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I also noticed during the shootout scene in the town, that there were a couple of older model trucks (circa 1950-1970) that seem to be blocking the road.

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