This trailer is indisputably honest and right. They’ve got all their bases covered.
Here’s the first, very interesting trailer for the upcoming movie The Grand Budapest Hotel. Looks totally worth it.
Hello No, the horror film where characters don’t make stupid decisions over, and over, and over again.
Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz mashed up movie posters in art for very intriguing results. It’s not a straight up mashup of popular culture characters walking into movie scenes, but slightly more complicated and takes more time to exactly figure it out.
Cliched movie scenes include a setting where the character on screen is terribly scared of something. They brace themselves for the coming evil only to later realize it was harmless, or in this case, a cat. Except for Dean Winchester, that was funny. via
Here’s a trailer for Rio 2, where Blu and Jewel decide to take their three kids to the Amazon. The movie is set to be released April 11 next year.
“In The Matrix, Neo is The One, which is exactly how many good films came out of this trilogy.”
New trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The movie will be released on December 13.
Here’s the first trailer for Disney’s Frozen, set to be released on November 27.
A new TV spot for Thor: The Dark World gives us another peek at what’s coming on November 8.