Posts tagged trailer
The first trailer for Jobs is here but don’t get too excited, despite it’s soaring music and inspiring one liners it still manages to feel a little flat.
Whether it’s Ashton Kutcher not being very convincing as the man himself i don’t know but there definitely feels like there is a sense of magic missing from this.
Take a look and let me know if you disagree!
Ron, Brick, Champ and Brian are back and it’s the 80′s!
With their salon quality hair, dolphins, Kristen Wiig and a lot of very funny jokes take a look now!
Alan is back attempting to salvage his public career while negotiating a potentially violent turn of events at North Norfolk Digital Radio.
Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa is out in cinemas on August 7.
In the most brief expression possible this trailer looks SICK!!
DiCaprio and Scorsese are back together and Matthew McConaughey and Jonah Hill join him in this insanely epic trailer.
Very rarely can you truly say a trailer has everything but actually, i think this one does.
All about the insane excess of 80′s Wall Street just do yourself a favour and marvel at how amazing this trailer by hitting play!
With the 300 defeated, Eva Green is on a mission.
Despite the hype around this long awaited sequel, something with the trailer just doesn’t sit right with me; the visuals (although trying hard) seem to have lost the artistic quality and graphical composition of the 2006 hit – which were strongly based on Frank Millers original drawings. What do you think?
It’s here! Full peeks at: the Mirkwood Elves; King Thranduil, Legolas, Tauriel, the barrel sequence, Beorn the bear, Laketown, Bard (Luke Evans – looking a lot like Orlando in Pirates of the Carribean), and even Smaug. Plenty for hardcore Tolkien fans to pick apart and screen capture.
Ethan Hawke must save his wife from a madman by using his key skill – driving. With a trailer that echoes multiple hits such as Speed, Collateral, and Gone in 60 Seconds this film is neither a remake of the Steve McQueen classic, or of the PS2 game ‘The Getaway’. Even with Jon Voight on the phone it’ll take a lot to knock Dennis Hopper & Speed off of its pedestal.