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THE VANISHING Official Trailer (2019) Gerard Butler, Thriller Movie HD

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THE VANISHING Official Trailer (2019) Gerard Butler, Thriller Movie HD
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On an uninhabited island 20 miles from the rugged Scottish coast, three lighthouse keepers arrive for their 6 week shift. As they settle into their normal quiet routine, something unexpected, potentially life-changing occurs - they stumble upon gold. What follows is a tense battle for survival, fed by isolation, paranoia and greed, leading three honest men down a path to destruction.
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See it in theaters to see deleted scenes from the trailer.

by Brian Anderson 1 year ago

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by Whidia Shintia 3 days ago

“They make a deal we go home... if not, we charge” ;)

by midviet 1 year ago

The Vanished (2020) in HD f'u"l'l M'o'V'i"E

Leurs états de santé
respectifs les empechent
de s'approcher trop
pres l'un de l'autre.??21

by nrqa nrqa 3 days ago

Looks a little like "A Simple Plan"

by Mr. Orange 1 year ago

Man - "We don't talk about that..."

Me: "Zipper-mouth face"

by Nini T. 1 year ago

This looks good. But ffs, why do trailers have to reveal so much?

by TTundragrizzly 1 year ago

Gerard butler on boat looked exactly like the real life version of captain haddock from tintin just the pipe was missing.🤣

by Varun Doongar 1 year ago

One of the best movies on Prime and one of the best I’ve seen in years. So underrated!!

by mychannel302 7 months ago

Unfortunately, that clip was probably the entire movie minus the build up.

by Chrome Prophet 1 year ago

"How are we gonna cover our tracks?"
"...say there was a deadly hellish storm."
"...but it hasn't rained in weeks..."

by Silver Spade 1 year ago

People I have actually watched this film and guess what; the trailer shows some of the first half of the film, not the last half. Don’t get presumptuous and think the confrontation is the end of the film… it’s not.

by Matthew St Vincent 1 year ago

I think this is based on the "flannan Isles mystery" that happened in the 1900s

by Be nice to each other 1 year ago

Give me back mer gold! 😂🤣 I will be watching just because it’s based off true events! 😂🤣

by Kei 2025 1 year ago

Gerard Butler looks like Zach Galifianakis!

by Katarzyna Sz 1 year ago

Butler in good movies... men this and Den of Thieves... i can forgive the turkeys he made the past decade !!

by Stone Cold Steve Austin 1 year ago

The Lighthouse Has Fallen

by Puddin 1 year ago

If anyone wants to know the true story you can read it here.

The Flannan Isles lighthouse was the scene of three mysterious disappearances roughly one year after it was built. Three men vanished from the lighthouse without a trace. There was no sign of a disturbance and very few clues to the nature of their fate. The scene was reminiscent of that aboard the Mary Celeste when her crew and passengers famously disappeared roughly thirty years before.

On December 7, 1900, Donald MacArthur, Thomas Marshall and James Ducat arrived at the Flannan Isles lighthouse to begin their two-week rotation as keepers of the lighthouse. The Superintendent of Lighthouses, Robert Muirhead came with them to do a routine check of the lighthouse and speak to the men. He made certain that everything was in working order and then spoke with James Ducat about some difficulties they were having with the heavy mist that commonly surrounded the island. The men then said goodbye to the Superintendent and he left.

The lighthouse was regularly monitored from the mainland by telescope. This way, if there were an emergency, the men could signal for help. Unfortunately, there was the problem with the mist. The lighthouse was seen on December 7 and December 12. The lighthouse was also seen on December 15, by a passing ship. The crew noted that the light was not shining, as it should have been. It was not seen from land again until December 29, well after the men should have ended their rotation.

The ship that was to deliver the men’s relief and bring them home from the Flannan Isles lighthouse was delayed until December 21, because of a run of bad weather. When the ship, the SS Hesperus, arrived at Eilean Mor, the men on board expected to see a flag flying to indicate that the keepers had noted their arrival and would be deploying a rowboat to retrieve their relief. However, the flag was not flying, nor did the men respond to a siren. A landing craft with two men on board was launched from the SS Hesperus with two men on board.

When the two men reached Eilean Mor, one man, Joseph Moore, went up to check the lighthouse for the three missing men. He found the entrance locked. He unlocked the door and entered to find the Flannan Isles lighthouse unmanned. The clock on the wall had stopped, no fire was in the grate (nor had one been there for a few days), there was a meal sitting at the table. It looked like someone had set it down with the intention of eating it soon, but it was untouched. Whatever had happened to the men, it had happened to them suddenly. There was nothing anyone could do about it with so few clues, so four men, including Moore, were left on the island to operate the lighthouse and everyone else left.

The records of the three Flannan Isles Lighthouse Keepers were subsequently inspected. It was discovered that Eilean Mor was hit with a strong storm on December 14. The last entry was made in the afternoon of December 15. Superintendent Muirhead concluded that the men must have been taken by nature when they left the lighthouse to repair some damage that was done to a storage container outside during the storm. One of his theories (the most likely) was that a large wave came up on the men while they were working and swept all three of them into the Atlantic Ocean, where they died.

by Morpheus 1 year ago

This trailer is so good, it saves you money on the cinema ticket by showing you everything!

by Kronos 1 year ago

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