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If Bryan Singer and team have loaded this with as many resonances as X2, for example, we’ll be onto a real winner.
Star Lord segues from Indiana Jones to Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies.
Wow. I like Godzilla more the more of it I see, and the more Bryan Cranston they give us. I’m starting to feel more and more confident that Gareth Edwards have done the near impossible and made a film with …
Should have a good few laughs even while the plot seems slightly improbable
The next line of dialogue is probably something like “Yeah, but they do need bananas” and then the whole film is about a war for fruit. Maybe. Or probably not.
I’ll call it now: this film will shift more DVDs in the UK this year than any other anything at all. It has to get through cinemas first, of course.
This week, I broke a long-standing habit and went along to a footage screening for Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Seems like they do have a new origin, as well as their new super-muscular builds. The Shredder variant and April’s dad did something that created the ooze that created the Turtles? That’s modern Hollywood thinking for you.
We’ve been thinking of this one as Snow White by way of Star Wars. The Wachowskis and their backers have been thinking of it as the first in a trilogy. Now there’s a new trailer… and I’ll be curious to …
Earth is being attacked by aliens that have to power to repeat slices of time over and over again. At first, Emily Blunt hijacked their power and now Tom Cruise has too.
The Rock is Hercules. He’s got his top off, he’s buff, he’s in a trailer that I might have expected to run with 300: Rise of an Empire. Guess it wasn’t ready in time.
I’d like to think this is going to be superb. Tom Cruise has surprisingly good form with big blockbuster fare, and there’s an awful lot of interesting elements here.
This is an interesting trailer with an awful lot of Days of Future before we jump into the Past.
Gareth Evans is a very skilled director of action. He knows how to conceive it, how to stage it, how to shoot and how to cut it. For that alone this film will be essential.
People are starting to say The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is the Empire Strikes Back of the new Spider series. Maybe that’s because it ends on a cliffhanger? Or a downbeat pay-off? Or maybe there’s a really good bit in the …
A bunch of teenage boys running on a razor’s edge of hormone-fuelled survivalism are presented with a young woman.
I hope this comes off. Even if it doesn’t, we can all just run back to Sleeping Beauty anyway.