Thursday, October 16, 2008

There's a bunch of new trailers out there so I've rounded up some intriguing ones for your enjoyment! I've embedded the first couple and then linked to the rest.

This move looks unbelievably weird! It's a “split narrative set simultaneously in contemporary London and in a future metropolis ruled by religious fervor.” The movie stars Ryan Phillipe and Eva Green.

Sunshine Cleaning:
This movie is a dark comedy starring Amy Adams and Emily Blunt as sisters who get into the business of crime show cleaning.

Let The Right One In:
Warning! This is a red band trailer and I haven't watched it yet, so beware it might have some material not suitable for work or youngsters, mainly blood and gore I believe. The movie is one I mentioned a few months back in my article about the Six Shooter Film Series and comes from Sweden. It's a story of a lonely boy and his new friend who is not who she seems.

Seven Pounds:
The new Will Smith Drama (you can tell because it's released at Christmas Time instead of in the summer) focuses on Smith's IRS agent whose secret will change the life of seven strangers.
See the Trailer Here.

Bride Wars:
Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway are friends turned enemies once they schedule their weddings on the same day.
See it Here.

The Broken:
I can't make this stuff up - "On a busy street in London, Gina thinks she sees herself drive past in her own car. Stunned by this strange event, Gina follows the mystery woman up to her apartment. From here, events take an eerie turn for the worse until Gina’s awareness slides from solid reality into a world that will haunt more than just her nightmares." Your guess is as good as mine.
Check it out Here.

And finally we've got JCVD:
That's Jean Claude Van Damme for you not in the know. JCVD plays a version of himself, down on his luck after a series of Direct to DVD flicks who gets involved with some real life action, thanks to an ill-timed arrival during a bank robbery. The movie has been getting Rave Reviews for months and I'm dying to see it. Oh and it's in French.
See it Here.


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