ByTino Jochimsen, writer at
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Tino Jochimsen

What does do better than anybody else in the world?

Well obviously, narrate. It’s become somewhat of a punchline, but Freeman gives voiceovers as smooth as the finest Sicilian olive oil, and melodious as a bird’s song in spring.

Hence, when it comes to the vexing task of providing exposition for intricate sci-fi flick, Oblivion, you want the original smooth operator to deliver those much-needed plot explanations. It appears this is exactly what's occurring in the still below.

Jack Harper (), who is a sort of human WALL•E left on the destroyed Planet Earth to keep everything in order, gets, involuntarily, quite unbelievable information from ’s Malcolm Beech. Said information we aren't quite privy to yet, but that's what buying a movie ticket is for.

You should probably do that, because the trailer makes the film look promising.

Click [[follow]] to get the latest photos, clips, and news on Oblivion. It arrives in theaters April 10, 2013.


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