Mulan, the latest live-action Disney remake, just debuted its brand new trailer this morning. Much has been made of this film departing from the animated version of the film, but judge for yourself by watching the trialer and checking out the new poster below: When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man […]
The August 15th release date for The Expendables 3 is fast approaching and the studio has put out a final trailer. The big question that day will be just how much did the leaking of the film on-line hurt the box office numbers? Lionsgate is preparing for the worst as, according to THR, they are filing […]
The wold's manliest film gets a sequel. And it's even manlier. Michael Moran mans up and reviews it. Like a man.
This new trailer for The Expendables 2 starts off with some dialogue between Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone, and once it realises that the dialogue thing is not really working out it starts throwing up nice graphics, “whoosh” noises and action heroes in dramatic poses. Well, poses, at any rate. Or in some cases just […]
Bravo, Tsui Hark and Jet Li. I want to see your film in 3D, and I want to see it now. The first trailer here runs to almost five minutes and manages to fit in all manner of running, jumping, riding and fighting. Brilliantly, I think it even manages to hide key plot points despite […]
It was just the other day that I was (atonally) singing the praises of Tsui Hark‘s recent Detective Dee and the Phantom Flame; it can’t have been more than ten minutes since I was last fighting with somebody over the merits of 3D cinema. And, talk of those devils, here comes a new, longer trailer […]
You’ll probably recognise quite quickly that The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate was shot, and intended to be seen, in 3D. Indeed, even this trailer’s edit is trying to work that extra dimension, with its pop-up and floating titles. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiKy2NbYlLU#![/youtube] Check out the first teaser too, if you missed it. Director Tsui Hark and star […]
Tsui Hark thought very carefully in planning The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, the better to exploit its 3D stereography. While this trailer is 2D only, you can start to get a handle on bits and pieces of what he was thinking. And anyhow, these images still appeal in only two dimensions. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f756beocAfA[/youtube] More please.
Tsui Hark is giving the 3D for his new film, The Flying Swords of Dragon Inn, all due consideration. He’s recently been talking about some of his thoughts and admitted that he’s having to adopt new action choreography to work in the format: There are three major criteria pertaining to wushu choreography, the exquisiteness and […]