In case the lastest trailer wasn’t enough for you, 20th Century Fox has more for you. In this TV spot, the “mutant roll call” is given, and all our old favorites are here, as well as some new faces.
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Bryan Singer made the two best X-Men films hands down. That is not to say that I have not enjoyed some of the other installments in the X-Men movie universe, but there just isn’t any topping X2. That may be about to change of this trailer is any indication. Bryan Singer remains, in my book, one of the most underrated directors of all time. His Superman movie is my second favorite in that series. And Jack The Giant Slayer was great as well. So with him at the helm, and delivering such a great trailer, the excitement for this film is continuing to mount.
And it’s all going to come to a head on…Read The Rest
I’m still concerned about this film from a Biblical perspective as a Christian, but I really like what I’m seeing in this featurette. Sure they’re going to be inserting drama and reading things into the story that may or may not have happened, but what can you expect. And to a certain extent, some of that is fine.
However, I am concerned also on the level that the makers of this film are pretty much all atheists as far as I know. Why should I trust atheists to make a film about a Biblical story? But time will tell. In the meantime, check out this cool featurette about the ark itself.
As I have discussed before at length, I am simply the wrong audience for this film. And this trailer did not help me get excited about it. But if the last film was your thing, and you’ve been enjoying the trailers up until this point, you’re surely going to love this. For my part, it just feels like they put all the Spider-Man elements from the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man films into a bag, shook it up, and pulled a few out for this film.
Eh, whatever. It’s a trailer, and you might want to watch it.
You’ll be able to see the film in theaters on May 2nd.
I’ve never seen any incarnation of Godzilla, but from what I can tell, they have previously all been cheesy, at the very least in the looks and visual effects department. If this trailer is to be believed that is about to change. I think the technology has advanced sufficiently to let us make a good Godzilla film.
Look forward to this film on May 16.
I have no idea what’s going on here or even if I’m interested. Part of the problem is that while the trailer does a pretty good job of showing us the world, the look, the design, and telling us what people think of boxtrolls, it does very little to tell us what the film is really about, any hint of what the plot might be, or why I might want to go see it.
The things the film has going for it, I suppose, is the fact that it comes from the same filmmakers that made Paranorman, which a lot of people seem to like (I never had a chance to see it).
In any event, the film does look like it could…Read The Rest
If you were waiting for a little bit more DRAGON to spice up your Maleficent trailers, well wait no longer. Your time has arrived! In this awesome new trailer for the film staring Disney’s most evil villain, the scaly beast takes wing and breathes a little fire for us.
We’re all familiar with the classic tale, but this film is looking to put a bit difference spin on things. Making its appearance again is the classic tune, Once Upon a Dream, but with that haunting and hollow feel to it. But in this trailer we get much, much more. I’m not sure where there going with this but I’m certainly…Read The Rest
I suppose by some measures of time, it was long overdue for someone to take advantage of this franchise. I can’t say I’m particularly excited about the money machines getting ahold of this one, but I have to say the teaser trailer does definitely get me excited about this film.
I wasn’t, and I’m still not too sure about the idea of a CGI 3D animation of The Peanuts, but I suppose I’ll give it a chance. I mean, IT’S SNOOPY! Look at him! And Good Grief Charlie Brown!