Allied (2016) – “Prove” – Paramount Pictures

Allied (2016) - "Prove" - Paramount Pictures

Allied (2016) - "Prove" - Paramount Pictures

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Allied (2016) - "Prove" - Paramount Pictures

Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard star in #Allied, coming to theatres November 23, 2016.

Allied (2016) - "Prove" - Paramount Pictures

ALLIED is the story of intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt), who in 1942 North Africa encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war.

Allied (2016) - "Prove" - Paramount Pictures

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8 thoughts on “Allied (2016) – “Prove” – Paramount Pictures”

  1. In the first minute this video had 300,000 views…WTF? This is faker than
    Brad Pitt’s marriage to Angelina Jolie.

  2. Paramount Pictures is taking advantage out of Youtube by rigging it’s view
    count. They have 330,040 subs, yet they managed 300,000 views in just 1
    minute. Not even Pewdiepie pulls in that level of traffic and he has 48
    million subs.

  3. Pewdiepie isn’t paying for advertising and Paramount is. If the ad plays
    for more than 15 seconds, it gets counted as a view.

  4. Movie looks trash.
    A L L I E D
    A L L I E D
    A L L I E D
    I LIED.

    Movie looks awesome going to watch this with my girlfriend. Hope we won’t
    break up after the credits roll.

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