Look! Look at the things! Sparkly and new and full of intrigue, like a child fresh over the fields on the first day of Summer, shoving their hand into a muddy hole in the ground and yanking out fistfuls of gem-encrusted spiders. Why are they there? What do they do? Why are they biting me? MUMMY!? That’s right, it’s time for more trailers!
Walter White is a cop. A family man. A liar! 80s and Escobar. Setting up the lie. Has a Scorsese vibe. Could be another interesting crime thriller.
Things To Know: Based on the autobiography of Robert Mazur who helped bring down Escobar’s organization.
Whos To Know: Directed by Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) and starring Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo, and Diane Kruger.
Another Bourne movie, this time starring the original Bourne. How many is this now? I think I’ve seen the original trilogy, definitely the first two, not the fourth. Throb. Punch. Even after these movies does anyone seriously believe Matt Damon could win a fight? Memories. More edgy fights and chases. I did like the Bourne movies, good fun, interesting action, but I didn’t love them. Circle.
Things To Know: The fifth Bourne movie.
Whos To Know: The film reunites Matt Damon with director Paul Greengrass, and also stars Julia Stiles, Tommy Lee Jones, and Alice Vikander.
Michael Keaton. Talking to the camera and not being Beetlejuice. True story of some restaurant dude. Hollywood really loves telling these stories wanking off already incredibly wealthy people recently. Keaton is always a joy to watch. Sounds like R Lee Ermey. I thought McDonalds was older. The trailer is pretty much telling the entire story.
Things To Know: A sort of biography of how Ray Kroc bought McDonalds and turned it into a monster.
Whos To Know: Directed by John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) and starring Michael Keaton, Laura Dern, and Patrick Wilson.
Old Hollywood. Fucking Eisenberg. Has there been a more annoying, limited, and over-exposed actor since Michael Cera? Oh right, Kristen Stewart, touche. Woody Allen. Famous people being famous people. Dialogue. Jazz music at any time is inexcusable. Blah.
Things To Know: It’s Woody Allen.
Whos To Know: Directed by Allen and starring those people above.
Independence Day 2: Trailer 2
Well, this has been out for a while so you’ve probably seen it. I haven’t. I wasn’t a massive fan of the original so I have no great desire to watch this one, especially after the critical mauling it received. I’m sure I’ll see it at some point. Pianos. 20 years. Snazzy effects. Bigger aliens. Bigger explosions. Bigger BIGGERS. MORE SPEECHES!
Let us know in the comments which films you’ve seen/are looking forward to!