Trespass Against Us is Michael Fassbender’s new movie. Also starring Brendan Gleeson and directed by Adam Smith, Fassbender is a member of an outlaw family who’s trying to escape the criminal life…
I’m not a big fan of this trailer edit. I don’t like what it suggests about the quality of the movie. Nevertheless I remain curious especially about what it is that may have appealed to Fassbender, besides the chance to speak in his country’s accent, of course.
The trailer for Mission: Impossible 5 – Rogue Nation is one of my favourites of 2015. The editing and promise of endless thrills are two of the reasons. Another is the rather reliable cast headed by Tom Cruise and including Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Alec Baldwin, Simon and Pegg.
Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Rogue Nation opens the way action movies ought to; precisely as it plans to go on – thrilling and fast paced. The film succeeds on delivering engaging dialogue, good humour and fun along with the thrills.
There are several great scenes that Impossible Missions Force (IMF) Agent, Ethan Hunt gets involved in. One of the best is the tense and well executed ’impossible’ section of the mission.
Hunt’s relationship with Benji (Simon Pegg) and the dialogue between his team members is another highlight. Watch it because it’s good.
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.