STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! There are some other trailers, too, but STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK! STAR TREK!
Star Trek Into Darkness
STAR TREK! Into Raincoats! Historically, I imagine Star Trek was primarily a guys’ thing, but not anymore. For what it’s worth, I do not care for the franchise, but the last movie was super fun and I am excited for this one now too.
A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charles Swan III
Huh? Roman Coppola is one of those late-90s early-00s dudes of the Jonze and Gondry generation who has just never managed to distinguish himself in my mind. That doesn’t mean that he isn’t talented or an artist or anything, maybe he is, I don’t know, but his stuff always looks so muddled in that quirky, music video director, aesthetic flash overcompensating for lack of substance thing. This too. It’s like if Wes Anderson made Boogie Nights, and I don’t want Wes Anderson to make Boogie Nights. WINNING!
This looks really great. Primer was good although I did not love it as much as some people, but it was clearly good, and this looks really weird and interesting and I would like to see it. How do you feel about it?
Everyone who obsessively talks about and makes documentaries about what it’s like to be ROCK N’ ROLL should just drop dead. No one cares, you old warthogs. Take a bath!
I would have loved to have been in the pitch meeting for this movie. “So we were thinking, what’s a location that hasn’t been used for a horror movie before? Storage units! So we were like, let’s make a horror movie in a storage unit. The end.” A plane crash locks people in a storage unit? At least we are starting with a real and believable premise before we bring in the can-opener-hands monster.
Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie
People made this. A bunch of people got together and spent their time and energy making this. Good for them! We should all make stuff. And maybe if we make stuff, people will be more understanding about why we didn’t see the stuff they made without us having to say, “Because it looks like the worst?”