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Friday, October 15, 2010

Make Your Way to the Theater for The Way Back

Across the pond, English newspaper The Guardian has posted the trailer for The Way Back. It chronicles the story of a group of soldiers that escape a Siberian prison and must survive the wilderness for safe passage into India. Colin Farrell, Jim Sturgess, Mark Strong, Ed Harris, and Saoirse Ronan star. This cast should make for intense performances. I love how diverse Strong and Farrell have become and look forward to seeing their range of emotions in this film. Hits theaters January 11, 2011.

Check out the trailer here.

Jonesing for Gosling

I think everyone has an affinity for seeing the progression of their favorite starlets. For me, Ryan Gosling has grown into a dynamic actor. He will be finishing 2010 with two great roles, one is generating Oscar buzz. I will definitely be filling a theater seat to see All Good Things and Blue Valentine later this year.

Check out the trailer for these two films below...

All Good Things, in theaters December 3rd

Blue Valentine, in theaters December 31st

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Bootleg Footage for Machete from ComiCon

Came across this footage on Bloody Disgusting and had to're welcome! Love Danny Trejo!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Hated the Movie, loved the Fan-based Trailer (Plus Two Cent/Second Review) created a Inception-inspired Dumb & Dumber trailer. From my recollection, the movie was cheesy and chocked full of slapstick, cheap laughs. My boyfriend seems to think it was a cinematic achievement. Seeing this trailer made me wish I remembered it differently!

And my two cent/ review of Inception:

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Unstoppable Trailer and Cast

MTV Movies Blog offers the first look at the 20th Century Fox production, Unstoppable. Denzel Washington and Chris Pine play a experienced railroad conductor and trainee (giggles at the play on word) respectively. Their are tasked with stopping an unmanned freight train, filled with biohazardous explosives, before it "wipes out a city." This film reunites director Tony Scott with Washington for the fifth time (Crimson Tide, Man on Fire, Déjà Vu and Taking of Pelham 1 2 3).