Friday, September 18, 2009

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Trailers have always been one of my fav parts of going to the movies... Here are a few movies I can't wait to see...







9 comments:

ejay said...

The Apple trailers page is my third stop on the Internet, I can't see the second one, but I can't wait for Gentlemen Broncos too, and I also want to see White on rice and Youth In Revolt

sourpus said...

If Gentleman Broncos turns out to be only a fraction as good as Napoleon Dynamite, I am THERE dude.

Jarmusch and Campion's best ideas dont always work, but I like the look of Amreeka. Thanks for posting.

nilpferd said...

Yep, those are the ones I'm waiting on too.. didn't know about Amreeka, looks good though. We rewatched The big Lebowski last night, which makes me want to get out Big Sleep, Farewell my lovely, Long Goodbye etc. all over again.

bethnoir said...

Looking forward to Bright Star, but found the 'blockbuster movie' voiceover rather out of place on the trailer!

FP said...

I was lucky enough to see Bright Star in Cannes. Beautifully done. Critics and crowd love it. Gorgeously shot. Two great lead roles doing justice to that task before them. And take a hanky for the end. We all blubbed like gurlies. Including the blokes.

nilpferd said...

That voiceover for Bright Star was rather strange.

steenbeck said...

Heh heh, I didn't listen to this actual trailer of Bright Star before I attached it, so I'm imagining it's one of those youTube cursey/porny things that I'm in constant fear of my boys discovering on a ScoobyDoo video.

I agree about Campion's output being some brilliant/some regrettable (but I read a really really good review of this in the NYT, and they NEVER EVER write really good reviews of anything). But I have to take offense at the idea that Jarmusch has ever taken a wrong step. FIghting words, sir! Outside, now. Marquis of Queensberry rules.

Japanther said...

thanks for the heads up with these Steenbeck, I hadn't heard of any of them and they all look ace. As the autumn weather begins over here, the film consumption always increases in our house, so good to have a few to look out for.

Co-incidentally, I just started reading "The Works of John Keats" last week.....it's a wee bit twee for my tastes, but it has made me want to see Bright Star.

bethnoir said...

Twee? I shall have to turn my back on you, Mighty Boosh style for that Japanther ;-)