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New Trailer & Clips for SIDE EFFECTS

February 5, 2013
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The new Steven Soderbergh/Channing Tatum film, Side Effects, comes out in AMC theatres everywhere on February 8 and we have the newest trailer and 3 clips from the film!

Here's the synopsis:

Side Effects is a psychological thriller set in the world of the pharmaceutical industry. A troubled woman (Mara) who is coping with the imminent release of her husband (Tatum) from jail begins to take a new prescription drug with unforeseen consequences.

TRAILER

CLIP - 5 MINUTES

CLIP - BOAT CRUISE

CLIP - SLEEPWALKING

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