I think the highlight of my trailer searches this week was the trailer for N-Secure. Otherwise, a fairly non-standout week for film. I’ve got a few films I’d go see, and some you probably couldn’t pay me to see *cough cough*politcal documentary*cough cough*. Give the trailers a look-see by clicking on the film name. Are there any films this week you plan on seeing?
Directed By: Robert Schwentke
It took me a little bit to warm up to this idea, admittedly. But that’s thanks to a somewhat lackluster first trailer. I’ve changed my mind since then.
Director: Jeff Tremaine
Jackass is my guilty pleasure. I’ve been a fan of it since early high school and was quite into it as I started college. I guess you could say I’ve grown up with these dickheads.
Director: Clint Eastwood
I have yet to see a Clint Eastwood film. This one looks interesting.
Director: Tony Goldwyn
The trailer is a bit over-the-top and seemingly Oscar-bait. But that aside it looks like an interesting story. Ever since Moon, I’m kind of drawn to Sam Rockwell’s choice in roles.
|Samson and Delilah
Director: Warwick Thornton
I hate when trailers heap unrealistic praise on films. Despite this trailer being full of said praise, I’m still interested in seeing this.
|The Trouble with Terkel (Terkel i knibe)
Director: Kresten Vestbjerg Andersen, Thorbjorn Christoffersen, Stefan Fieldmark, Randolph Kret
This looks absolutely ridiculous…in a good way.
|I Want Your Money
Director: Ray Griggs
Guess how interested I am in this “documentary.”
Director: Ben Wheatley
Heard about this one awhile ago. Still kind of interested in seeing it.
|Vision: From the Life of Hildegard von Bingen
Director: Margarethe von Trotta
Couldn’t find an english trailer so I put up this one instead. Looks like an interesting enough film. Might not seek it out, though.
|Carmo, Hit the Road
Director: Murilo Pasta
Again, couldn’t find an english trailer, but I don’t think one was needed. I’m interested.
|Poema de salvacion
Director: Brian Dublin
The trailer didn’t do much to grab me, but the synopsis did. Still, not sure I would see this unless I had some extra time on my hands.
Director: David M. Matthews
|The Four-Faced Liar
Director: Jacob Chase
I would be lying if I said this trailer and the film’s synopsis didn’t interest me some. Romantic comedies that aren’t mainstream? Sure, sign me up.
Director: Angela Christlieb
When the synopsis reads “Equal parts bemused reportage and whimsical fantasy,” there’s a decent chance I’ll be interested. Couldn’t find a trailer, but I’d see this just based on what I’ve read about it.
Director: Jeff Reichert
Director: Michael Swan
Seems like a fun family outing, with interesting visuals and a heartwarming story.