If the teaser for Ridley Scott's Body of Lies left you feeling a little cold or perplexed, perhaps this will change your mind. The full theatrical trailer is out over on Yahoo! Movies. Though it packs plenty of explosions and silent screams, the trailer still leaves a plot a bit iffy, so here's the official rundown. Based on David Ignatius' novel, Lies follows one Roger Ferris, a CIA operative (Leonardo DiCaprio) who uncovers a lead on a major terrorist ringleader operating out of Jordan. He devises a plan to infiltrate the network, but he needs the backing of his superior, CIA veteran Ed Hoffman (Russell Crowe), who's the head of Jordanian intelligence. Naturally, it gets all twisty and suspicious, and Ferris finds himself wondering who he can trust, and whether he will escape with his life.

Despite that the plot doesn't come through very well, I went from feeling a bit "meh" to thinking it looks like a smart political thriller that will probably leave me ranting about American foreign policy. Plus, I would watch Crowe read out of a phone book, especially if directed by Scott. (Yeah, I've even seen A Good Year -- and you know what? I didn't hate it. Am I alone in that? Probably.) Sound off on what you think of the trailer below.

Body of Lies opens October 10th.