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06 June 1997
11 November 1997
Popular movie trailers from 1997
These some of the most viewed trailers for movies released in 1997:
07 August 1997
A man obsessed with conspiracy theories becomes a target after one of his theories turns out to be true.
17 January 1997
Haru, an orphaned American who washes ashore in Japan and is mistaken for the great White Ninja of legend.
07 May 1997
It’s the year 2257 and a taxi driver has been unintentionally given the task of saving a young girl who is part of the key that will ensure the survival of humanity.
01 June 1997
When the government puts all its rotten criminal eggs in one airborne basket, it's asking for trouble.
07 September 1997
Science fiction drama about a future society in the era of indefinite eugenics where humans are set on a life course depending on their DNA.
12 July 1997
Ashitaka, a prince of the disappearing Ainu tribe, is cursed by a demonized boar god and must journey to the west to find a cure.
06 November 1997
Set in the future, the story follows a young soldier named Johnny Rico and his exploits in the Mobile Infantry.
11 July 1997
Contact is a science fiction film about an encounter with alien intelligence. Based on the novel by Carl Sagan the film starred Jodie Foster as the one chosen scientist who must make some difficult decisions between her beliefs, the truth, and reality.
11 November 1997
Belle prepares the castle for Christmas against Beast's wishes, trying to bring him happiness for the season.
15 August 1997
Freddy Heflin is the sheriff of a place everyone calls “Cop Land” — a small and seemingly peaceful town populated by the big city police officers he’s long admired.
25 December 1997
It is 2013. War has crippled the Earth. Technology has been erased. Our only hope is an unlikely hero.
15 January 1997
Director David Lynch gives us a psycho thriller beyond definition that has audiences tangled in the provocations of nightmares, violence, sex sequences, reality, the subconscious, and madness as they must create their own interpretations of the film.
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