Dec 23 2013
One of the best things about watching a movie in the theatre is watching the trailers that come with the film. Whenever my friends would say that: “we won’t be late, we’ll only miss the trailers.” That’s considered a sin on my book and one way ticket to my friendship blacklist. If you also decide to walk out even before the credits ended in a Marvel movie, then that’s beyond salvageable.
I used to feel not so optimistic about movies because the trailers I’ve seen in the past were so-so. However, I started to feel more excited about films again after seeing the latest trailers out there. Read on to know which trailers that you should check out…
Edge of Tomorrow
While many might be bored with Tom Cruise, I’m still excited for this film despite its similarities with Groundhog Day or Source Code regarding the “reliving the same day” premise. The soundtrack for the teaser was great and I already found many people requesting it online. As an overall science fiction fan, it’s still a treat to get movies like this.
Christopher Nolan? Need I say more? I think it’s also a supremely added bonus that it’s a science-fiction flick as well. He’s also bringing almost the same cast and crew with him in this venture with the exception of some that he hasn’t worked with. I love that Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Casey Affleck, Michael Cain, and many other great actors are on board.
There’s not much we know about this film, but I find that advantageous whenever watching Nolan’s films especially Inception.
I’m not looking forward to this because of Zac Efron. I want to watch this movie because it looks genuinely hilarious and it’s always nice seeing Dave Franco in films. As a college student, I can pretty much relate to having frat boy neighbors especially since I go to a party university. This may not be as serious as all the films here, but it has the potential to be pretty entertaining.
I normally look forward to every science-fiction offering out there, but this is higher up on my list because of Wally Pfiser’s directorial debut. He was a long time cinematographer and a frequent collaborator of Christopher Nolan. In fact, Nolan and his wife are the executive producers for this film.
I was a bit wary about this one because of how the last Godzilla blockbuster turned out. However, I was wrong because this trailer shows that it’s not going to be the same experience as before. When I found out that the director was the same guy who did Monsters, I wasn’t that surprised anymore by how impressed I was. He’s a guy who knows how to fit a human story in a monster film. Frank Darabont is also on board.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
I really liked the first movie, so I’m looking forward to see the sequel. At the same time, it’s kind of strange not seeing the cast from the first film but it still looks promising regardless. It’s interesting to see what kind of direction this film will take. I’m certain that the humans will not win since that will mean the end of more Apes films. Here’s to hoping that will get on hell of a ride!
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