Still nausiated over what happened with the Matrix sequels. Picture
Trailers, trailers, trailers. While I was fortunate
enough to see most of these trailers on the big screen, here is everybody's
chance to see them..well... on the internet.
Second Elektra Trailer Better than the First?
I saw this second trailer in the theatre just before seeing Meet the
Fockers. I got to say, this film looks pretty dang good. The action
looks cool, the ninjas are sweet, and the bad guys [and girl] look too cool
for words. The only thing that frightens me is the fact that 20th Century
Fox feels it has to say 'from the people who brought you X-Men' during the
trailer. Like the trailer is not selling the film enough, and it is trying
to sell crap with another label. Ah, maybe I'm just overreacting...maybe.
Anyway, if the first Elektra trailer didn't have you wanting to get ready
for our new heroine, this second one should do the trick.
*the second Elektra trailer [online] is actually slightly different from
the one now running in theatres
Like most movie advocates, I have seen both of the Constantine movie trailers.
And, I think the film looks damn cool. The only thing that has me worried
about Keanu's latest film is that there is some early buzz and it is negative.
Eesh, I watch these trailers and can't figure out where this film may have
gone wrong for some early viewers. Well, now there is an international Constantine
trailer that makes the film look even cooler. If Constantine is
a shit movie, I have to give credited to whoever put these trailers together,
because this film looks AWESOME.
I know, I know. How is this abomination even possible? Well, I saw the trailer
in theatres today and began asking myself the same thing. However, I did
find myself laughing during the trailer and realized that this film will
probably bring in some money; at least around the same amount as the original.
While I do not plan to see it in theatres, it may be worth a sit down at
home... if its playing on HBO.
This is one of the latest heart filled boxing movies that seems to show
more on the life of the boxer rather than actual boxing. The movie covers
the period of the depression where an ex-boxer tries to make a come back
to the ring. A cool 'true' story about a boxer who didn't become great until
he realized what he was actually fighting for, his family.