There was a movie years ago called Descent. It took a group of women spelunking caverns, an already tense situation, & added these creepy blind creatures. Underwater looks like it's cut from the same cloth. I was already getting creeped out with while deep underwater aspect with the leak. Then there’s also something down there they’ve unleashed. Along with we gotta get out & walk? Yeah, I'm so in! Love the cast! This looks like rip the seat off in front you in the theater intensity. 20th Century Fox may be experiencing some cutbacks soon, but i’m glad this isn't one of them. Anyway, what do y'all think of this trailer? Does it seem as intriguing to you as it is me? Put it in the comments, like, & share. I'll keep up with 100% confirmed things like trailers throughout the build up to D23. In which I'll be addressing all the developments there via a wrap up video. So be on the lookout for that, everything will be picking back up shortly afterwards.
The second official trailer keeps its vagueness in what exactly is going on in Ad Astra other than Brad Pitt playing astronaut Roy McBride trying to find his father. Who's lost in space with what could be the secret to save the planet. Per the synopsis, “His journey will uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.” This trailer builds on the first, extending scenes we saw in the first with some awesome visuals. They've definitely caught my curiosity. From what I'm seeing however, there's no real in-between for this film. It's either gonna be extremely awesome or boring as all hell. Won't know for sure until Sept 20th, but I'm cautiously optimistic. What do y'all think? Are these trailers grabbing ya so far? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
“As a collection of history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man must race against time to stop them. Discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency in The King's Man.” That's the synopsis that came along with the first teaser for The King's Man. 20th Century Fox's prequel to The Kingsmen series set for February 14th 2020. Great teaser though. I can’t wait to see this. The first film totally blindsided me when it was released, & I loved it. I also liked the second one, but the original blew me away. This teaser looked very interesting. I'm a big fan of origin stories. Especially organization origin stories. Pair that with how big a fan I am of Ralph Fiennes, & this is an automatic must see. Even if I can’t stop thinking of Voldemort every time I see him. Anyway, this looked awesome to me. Gonna have to plan a refresh on the previous films. What did y'all think? In fact where are y’all on these as a whole? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
What did I just watch? Talk about taking liberties whole naming a film! This wasn't even close to what I was expecting when I started watching this trailer. Staring Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, & the voice of Kevin Costner, I almost don't even want to talk about it for fear of ruining the surprise I got while watching. What I thought was going to be a racing trailer abruptly turns into a story about a racer's life told through the eyes of a dog voiced by Costner. I don't even know what to think about this one. As if I didn't know it was based on a novel, this is one of the many films I'd love to be in the initial pitch room for. Based on a best seller by Garth Stein, the official synopsis goes, "Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner). Through his bond with his owner, Denny Swift (Milo Ventimiglia), an aspiring Formula One race car driver, Enzo has gained tremendous insight into the human condition and understands that the techniques needed on the racetrack can also be used to successfully navigate the journey of life. The film follows Denny and the loves of his life - his wife, Eve (Amanda Seyfried), their young daughter Zoe (Ryan Kiera Armstrong), and ultimately, his true best friend, Enzo." As strange as it seems, it looks like it could be a really cute, heartwarming film. Especially for dog lovers. Which we've proved time & again have a major film turnout. Hopefully we skip the inevitable dog ending we seem to always get. Chances have proved to be slim on that hope though. Anyway, what did y'all think of this strangely named story? Put it in the comments, like, & shate.
Ok, I'll admit, I wasn't that pumped to see this film. I'm not the biggest Hobbit or Lord of the Rings fan. I like them a lot, just don't love them. Made it hard to think I'd really want to see the story of TOLKIEN. Until now. This film looks absolutely intriguing all the sudden. Seeing the real life parallels get turned I to the epic tales they get turned to, almost interests me more than the actual tales themselves. I love to see how storytellers take real life events & weave them into something purely magical. If this is really what this is, this is the marketing it deserved all along. At this point I'm totally in. Like I said it might be a day later than usual, but I'm definitely seeing this as my first FOX review now. What'd y'all think? Does this peek inside the mind of storytelling genius intrigue y'all as much as myself? Put it in the comments, like, & share.Read More