Tuesday, June 30, 2009

I've got three trailers for you today.  First up is the first look at the new Steven Soderberg/Matt Damon satire The Informant.  The movie tells the true story of one of the largest roundups of pricefixing in American history, but seems to do so in a satirical way that pokes fun at the corporate culture.  The cast looks great with the wonderful Tony Hale, Scott Bakula, and Joel McHale joining Damon.  Check it out below:


Next up is the trailer for the new Romantic? Comedy Couples Retreat.  This first popped up on my radar because Kristen Bell is in it, but the rest of the cast is just as amazing.  Bell plays wife to Jason Bateman (which just seems wrong age wise), Malin Akerman and Vince Vaughn are coupled, Jon Favreau is paired off with Kristen Davis, and Faizon Love plays one half of the final couple who head off to a luxurious island for a couple weekend to try and fix their relationships, all of which seem to be in some sort of disrepair.  Rounding out the cast are Jean Reno and Ken Jeong.


And Finally the French Trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.  The foriegn preview gives away a bit more of the plot beyond the simple "Killing Nazis" we get from the American version.  Although from everything I've read this trailer is just as misleading in that the movie is a lot slower paced and involves a lot more talking than action, which is what one should expect from a Taratino Flick.  Personally I can't wait to see this one and this trailer just makes me anticipate it more.


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Anonymous said...

Holy cannoli!

First heard about this book in a This American Life story (URL below).


Hadn't even heard it was being made into a movie.

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