Trailers Fall 2009

Hmm so here are some interesting looking trailers – some of which are coming to DVD and some of which may be out in a theater near you.  Certainly not near me, I never get anything cool.  Boo.

The Limits of Control – Jim Jarmusch

Really enjoyed both Broken Flowers and Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai, so I expect great things from this.  Especially with that cast list.

The Girlfriend Experience – Steven Soderbergh

Ok so, the trailer may either entice or bore you.  But I looked up a review and Roger Ebert gives this movie 4-stars, which I’ve rarely if ever seen, so if you put any stock in that sort of thing, it may make it worth checking out.  And check it out you can, at Blockbuster, where I’ve picked it up and put it down many times.  Soderbergh, of course, did all the Ocean movies (no need to put trailers on here) but one little movie he did that I loved and no one else saw:  Solaris with George Clooney. None of the trailers really tell you what the movie is about, so I won’t post them, suffice it to say that it’s worth checking out.  Maybe The GF Exp. is too.  If I do rent it, I’ll get back to you.

The Fantastic Mr. Fox – Wes Anderson

What can I say?  It’s Wes Anderson.  It could be a movie about a guy eating lunch and I’d line up to see it.  In case you don’t know awesome, Wes Anderson is responsible for Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, and The Darjeeling Limited.  My favorite of which has to be Tenenbaums, though Darjeeling has struck a lasting chord with me.   Now he delves into animation, and while I am a little sad that it isn’t a typical Wes Anderson movie, I still will see it with glee come Thanksgiving.  Woo!

Antichrist – Lars von Triers

I actually can’t watch the trailer again because it creeps me out so much.  And it’s 1pm and sunny here.  This will be creepy and depressing as all hell, I can feel it now.

And that’s all I’ve got for now.  So here are some alternatives to 2012 and whatever else kindof mindless-FX crap will come out by Christmas.  By the way, I’ll probably be seeing 2012 soon, so I’m not hating, but I’m not expecting my brain to be stimulate, just my eyeballs and my manly need to see destruction.


You just took our reservation? What kind of people are you?” – James Franco and Mila Kunis – Date Night – heh I didn’t think it looked good enough to post up top, but some awesome cameos!


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