El Camino – A Breaking Bad Movie sees the return of Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and is as the title suggests, a follow-up to the award winning TV series Breaking Bad.
Written / directed by Vince Gilligan, El Camino – A Breaking Bad Movie follows the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom…
I certainly had had no idea this was coming. For everyone who’s been meaning to watch Breaking Bad the series but still hasn’t yet; now may be your last chance, if you want to avoid huge spoilers. That’s if it’s not already too late, of course.
I like how this movie sounds like it could be a nice long chase sequence because I love those. Perhaps the next trailer will be Jesse getting away as fast as possible.
Directed by George Ratliff; Emily Ratajkowski, Aaron Paul and Riccardo Scamarcio are the stars of Welcome Home; a thriller about a couple on a weekend at a vacation rental home in the Italian countryside. Falling victim to the homeowner’s sinister plans, their attempt to repair their relationship is derailed…
I’m not sure how good this one will be but I do find myself quite curious. There’s also the fact that this movie is set in the beautiful Italian countryside; a part of Italy I last saw on screen and adored in season two of Master Of None (2017).
Central Intelligence is a watchable action/ comedy because of the dynamic between Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson’s characters. As for how believable I found the movie in regards to the way some of the story and action unfolded, let’s just say my disbelief was hardly ever fully suspended.
Watch it for the light entertainment. Just don’t expect to be convinced by everything that takes place.
Jason Bateman’s small part is a highlight as was the message about bullying.
The 9th Life of Louis Drax is a new thriller starring Jamie Dornan, Aaron Paul and Sarah Gadon. Directed by Alexandre Aja and based on the novel by Liz Jensen, a young boy’s mysterious near fatal fall and what happens to the psychologist that works with him is at the centre of the story…
After watching the trailer, I really want to know if the boy was pushed or not. I’d also like to know who the bad guy really is – Aaron Paul’s character or Jamie Dornan’s? Or the mother played by Sarah Gadon?
I just saw a trailer I loved so much I could’t get my fingers to type quickly enough to publish this post…
Starring Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul, I hope Eye in The Sky is as good as hinted by this trailer. Not too hard to believe because acting queen, Helen Mirren is involved and she’s yet to let me down.
Just when I feared things were slowing down trailer-wise because Christmas is coming…Chiwetel Ejiofor, Norman Reedus, Woody Harrelson, Kate Winslet and Aaron Paul have a brand new trailer and this Red Band version is gritty, riotous and explosive. Perhaps a ‘Valentines day romantic movie’ antidote; especially so considering the US release date is February 2016…
Triple 9 is from John Hillcoat, a name you may recognise because he’s the director behind the rather good Tom Hardy and Guy Pearce movie, Lawless (2012).
I want to take a moment to say well done to the trailer maker because it’s great that very little of the plot has been revealed but yet I’m hooked. It’s probably best that I savour this moment because by the time trailer 2, 3 and maybe even 4 come around, I’ll know far more than I could ever want prior to the movie.
So looking forward to this and very excited to see what looks like a seriously badass turn from Kate Winslet.