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BAD SAMARITAN’s Robert Sheehan On How to Properly Valet Your Car

BAD SAMARITAN’s Robert Sheehan On How to Properly Valet Your Car

If you’ve ever had to valet your car, you know there’s a sort of etiquette involved that can be hard to figure out. Do you leave it running or do you hand the keys to the valet? Do you…well, actually that’s kind of it, as far as I could think, but it turns out it’s a much more complicated scenario. Robert Sheehan, the star of the upcoming thriller Bad Samaritan, plays a valet in the movie and has a whole list of very specific things you’re supposed to do when leaving your car in the capable hands of someone else.

Well, that’s…yeah, I maybe wouldn’t do ALL of those things. They would not make for a good day for you, but they do make for an interesting premise of a movie. Sheehan and Carlito Olivero play valets who get treated particularly badly by a rude restaurant patron (played by David Tennant, in nearly full Kilgrave mode) and decide to go rob his house while he’s having dinner. The only problem–aside from the law-breaking–is there’s a lot more at the man’s house than meets the eye, and our titular Bad Samaritan will have to decide whether to help and implicate himself in burglary, or do nothing and, well. It’s quite a pickle.

You can watch the full trailer for the movie right here.

Bad Samaritan comes to us from director Dean Devlin, who most recently directed Geostorm, and will hit theaters on May 4. Who’s afraid of the big, bad David Tennant? Well, us, surely. Also, maybe don’t do anything Robert says in the video. Go park at a meter.

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Kyle Anderson is the Associate Editor for Nerdist. You can find his film and TV reviews here. Follow him on Twitter!

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