Wonderful French actress Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt have a new movie. Set in 1942 during the second world war and directed by Robert Zemeckis, at the centre of Allied is the relationship between Marianne Beausejour, a French Resistance Fighter (Cotillard) and Intelligence Officer Max Vatan (Pitt)…
Looks like Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2007) on a higher level and maybe even more badass.
Lizzy Caplan, Matthew Goode, Raffey Cassidy and Charlotte Hope also star.
Today’s trailer is for Assassin’s Creed and it’s exciting, particularly for fans of the computer game. I’m very happy because the trailer looks great and the movie’s stars are Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard…
Though I’ve never played the game, I’m aware of it because it’s popular and I love the artwork, including Aguilar’s costume. This may or may not mean that I have a crush on a computer game character…
The director is Justin Kurzel who has also worked with Fassbender and Cotillard in the visually stunning Macbeth (2015).
Brendan Gleeson, Brian Gleeson and Jeremy Irons also star.
Having grown up mostly in England, a place where you learn about William Shakespeare and at least one of his great plays, including Macbeth, I wish I could say that I know the story of of the Scottish Duke very well. In reality, I’m more aware of the name Macbeth than the story of Macbeth.
Just as well then that a mighty good looking film, starring two of my favourite acting greats is due for release next month. Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard are the stars of of director Justin Kurzel’s adaptation…
I can’t wait to take in all the glorious cinematography. if this trailer is anything to go by, the film is going to be visually stunning.
David Thewlis, Elizabeth Debicki and Paddy Considine also star.
Part of what makes Christopher Nolan’s Inception (2010) so very good, is Hans Zimmer’s brilliant musical score.
Unfortunately, since the the film’s release, seemingly far lesser movies keep using it. I say ‘seemingly far lesser’ because I can’t actually see myself ever watching any of the offending titles.
I admit, I’m probably too attached to the original film and music, but all the trailers I’ve seen that use the Inception score really don’t look very promising. If they did, I wouldn’t be writing this.
You only have to watch the following Airborne (2012) trailer to see and understand.
Eeewwww indeed! To help get that gross Airborne taste out of your mouth, here are two fantastic Inception trailers…