Before I get into this weeks’ latest trailers. Myself along with every Lamb member want to offer our sincerest condolences to the families and friends who have lost loved ones during that senseless act of violence last week in Aurora, Colorado. These victims were movie fans just like you and me and to see their lives end for no reason makes us very sad but also very angry. To help respect the lives that were lost. I recommend that everyone should go see a movie in a theatre this week. Now, let’s look at some trailers.
Man of Steel. 06/14/2013
Look,It’s a bird, it’s a plane,it’s a really slow and boring trailer. This retelling of the Superman origin says that it’s being directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, but it looks like it was directed by Michael Bay and Produced by Steven Speilberg. All that was shown was just a man on a boat who has flashbacks of him as a kid wearing a cape, and at the very end is shown flying. I hope a more straight forward preview will be done soon because this was horrible.
A man gets a great job at a new company run by Max Von Sydow and Jeffery Tambor. Only to discover that they are putting these weird creature inside most humans to control them. The story looks very original and I like the acting. But the bad CGI really takes me out of the movie completely to the point that I can’t buy into this world. It’s too bad this wasn’t released in the 90’s.because I would have had a greater interest in seeing this than.
The Master. 11/09/2012
Finally we get the full trailer for director Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest movie and it looks really good. I’m going to predict right now just based on this trailer that this film will get picked up for a lot of nominations at the 2013 Academy Awards. The cinematography is gorgeous, the acting looks amazing and the story about the start of certain faith based organizations is fascinating. I’m highly impressed by the trailer.
Chickens with Plums. 08/17/2012
From The writers and directors of the Academy Award nominated picture “Persepolis” come their first live action movie. Based on the graphic novel by Marjane Satrapi. This is a highly visual and whimsical fairy tale about a man who loses the will to live after his violin is destroyed. I recognize the lead actor from “The Diving Bell and The Butterfly” and Isabella Roselini being in this.
Trailer Hitch: Superman: The Movie 12/15/1978
This week I thought it would be appropriate to look back at the trailer for the first time the man of steel hit the big screen. While the special effects are indeed dated, this is still a fun movie. Christopher Reeve is iconic in the lead role, and Gene Hackman is a lot of fun as the villain Lex Luthor. It’s a great comic book movie that doesn’t get completely dark and serious in it’s tone. It’s just a lot of fun.
Have a great week everyone.