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- 10/30/15--14:15: By the Sea: Watch the Second Trailer for Jolie/Pitt Movie
- 11/03/15--13:01: The Sound and the Fury: Watch the Offical Trailer Now!
- 11/03/15--13:55: Chi-Raq: Watch the Trailer for Spike Lee's Latest Film
- 11/04/15--14:49: 5 New Character Posters for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- 11/06/15--12:31: Warcraft: Watch the First Trailer Now!!
- 11/06/15--13:03: Concussion: New, Dramatic Trailer #2 feat. Will Smith
- 11/06/15--13:23: London Has Fallen Trailer #2: Oh My God!
- 11/07/15--16:39: Our Brand Is Crisis Review: How Far Is Too Far?
- 11/07/15--16:41: The Peanuts Movie Review: The Gang Is Back
- 11/13/15--12:13: 13 Horrifying Facts About Friday the 13th
- 11/18/15--11:57: Zoolander 2: Watch the First Full Trailer Now!
- 11/18/15--12:50: Concussion: Inspirational International Trailer
- 11/18/15--13:19: The Huntsman: Winter's War - MUST WATCH!! Official Trailer!
- 11/24/15--21:33: Captain America: Civil War - First Trailer has FINALLY Arrived!!!
- 12/02/15--21:23: Batman v Superman Trailer: Who's YOUR Hero?!
- 12/04/15--14:21: The Nice Guys: HILARIOUS Red Band Trailer
Sometimes when a really great project falls apart, it comes back together in a way that sound like it could be just as good.
This might just be one of those ways.
Mila Kunis (Ted), Kristen Bell (Frozen) and Christina Applegate (Vacation) picking up where Leslie Mann left off in a comedy formerly called Bad Moms, set to be directed by her husband, Judd Apatow. With the two of them off the project, it was drifting in the wind. No more!
Not only has STX Entertainment picked up the now untitled project, but Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, the fellows behind The Hangover who also penned this script, are still on board to direct.
The plot is about an over-achieving mother who is completely stressed out and ready to crack. Worried she's about to put one too many lines on her pretty face, she joins two similarly over-achieving and stressed mothers for a day of freedom that will include thinking about themselves instead of their kids for a day, and being ridiculously self-indulgent and having a lot of fun.
Honestly, it sounds a lot like The Hangover for the girls, or Bridesmaids. Sorta.
"Jon Lucas and Scott Moore are masters at creating relatable characters that audiences instantly embrace, and then putting them in hilarious real-life situations for great comedic results,” said STX’s president and CCO Oren Aviv. “This film provides the rare opportunity for a half-dozen strong female lead roles, and we are thrilled to have assembled an exceptional cast led by Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate, Kristen Bell. We can’t wait to start production and be part of the magic this team will bring to the screen."
The cast has the acting chops and the comedic timing to pull something like this off, so it should be a whole lotta fun for everyone involved, and most of all the audience.
For the first trailer for The Night Before, I was just laughing the whole time. Now I'm kind of sad.
"This tale is not about Santa or ponies, it's about three dudes, three bros, three ride-or-die homies."
It's not that there is a lot of different material in this trailer, but the emphasis on the meaning of the night seemed to be highlighted.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anthony Mackle star as the three dudes who have been sharing Christmas together for the last 14 years.
Fourteen years ago Gordon-Levitt's character lost his parents, and the three of them have been inseparable ever since. Now Rogen is starting a family and Mackle is too famous for the silly tradition. It's time to move on.
WHAT? What kind of sad ass comedy is that?? It's very sad, when you break it down. Surely the dudes will come to a new agreement before the end of the movie including all of them in Christmases going forward.
Or Gordon-Levitt will fall in love.
It's full of all the silly stuff you'd imagine from a comedy brought to you by the guys who did This is the End, Bad Neighbors and The Interview, including Rogen questioning who the hanging guy is in a Christian church and vomiting when he learns it's Jesus.
Jillian Bell, Lizzy Caplan, Mindy Kaling co-star, and even Miley Cyrus appears. Did anybody think we could keep her away what with the Wrecking Ball and all?
The movie will be in theaters this Thanksgiving, so not too far at all!
It used to be that every October 31st, you'd plug yourself into the TV with your candy, your costume, and your BFF to watch the classic scary kid movies that seemed to run on repeat during the spooky month of Halloween.
These days, you're probably too busy watching Saw or Final Destination or yet another Paranormal Activity sequel to bother with your childhood's greatest hits, which is such a shame! If you happen to find yourself in the mood to watch a movie this Halloween that won't give you horrifying and bloody nightmares, check out this list below.
Here are the 11 kid friendly Halloween movies you absolutely must watch month.
1. Hocus Pocus
2. The Nightmare Before Christmas
5. The Haunted Mansion
Set in France during the mid-1970s, Vanessa, a former dancer, and her husband Roland, an American writer, travel the country together. They seem to be growing apart, but when they linger in one quiet, seaside town they begin to draw close to some of its more vibrant inhabitants, such as a local bar/café-keeper and a hotel owner.
The first trailer for By the Sea showcased Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt as lovers by the sea in Malta in the midst of a crisis.
They were saying horrible things to one another and their turmoil was evident by way of dialog.
This second trailer is just as dramatic, but in a completely different way. Without a single word, merely one pitiful sob uttered by Jolie, the director allows the acting and the music to portray the setting.
As this is a period piece, set in a foreign land, utilizing the trailer in this manner really evokes the nature of an exotic European film from that particular era, almost a bit on the cheesy side, and indeed, it was inspired by those cinematic classics.
That's perfectly OK, as the 70s weren't known for holding back on the dramatic effects. Why not take full advantage of the period in which you're setting the film?
This one is directed by Angelina Jolie, as well, so it should be interesting to see what she and her husband deliver by way of a faltering relationship at her direction.
The remaider of the cast includes Mélanie Laurent, Melvil Poupaud, Niels Arestrup and Sarah Naudi.
James Franco is starring and directing The Sound and the Fury, the William Faulkner classic novel about the Compson family, living in Mississippi in the '20s.
Franco himself is starring in the production as Benjy Compson, a troubled young man who the towns people believe molests young girls on the street.
Of course, Franco would bring along some of his best mates for the ride, as well as others making for a rather star studded cast. They include Seth Rogen (The Night Before), Danny McBride (This is the End), Scott Haze, Tim Blake Nelson, Loretta Devine, Joey King, and Ahna O’Reilly.
This isn't Franco's first foray into directing. He's also directed Child of God, Interior, Leather Bar, My Own Private River and Sal, among others.
Franco seems like a rather polarizing figure these days, so whether you go to see this film probably depends upon your keen interest in Faulkner and whether or not you love or hate Franco as an actor.
From what I've seen, it hasn't had the best reviews and it's been sitting on the shelf since debuting at the Venice Film Festival and Toronto Film Festival in 2014. Something has kept it from getting a wide release (or even a first trailer) until now, so we'll see how it goes!
In any event, now's your chance to take a peek. Keep in mind that the Academy Awards love when actors take on roles with disabilities. Maybe this will be a plus for Franco, both directing and starring?
Chi-Raq is a modern day adaptation of the ancient Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes, set against the backdrop of gang violence in Chicago coming to you by way of Spike Lee Joint productions.
After the murder of a child by a stray bullet, a group of women led by Lysistrata organize against the on-going violence in Chicago's Southside creating a movement that challenges the nature of race, sex and violence in America and around the world.
The movie stars Nick Cannon, Teyonah Parris (Dear White People), Anya Engel-Adams, Wesley Snipes (Blade), Angela Bassett (Olympus Has Fallen), Jennifer Hudson and Dave Chappelle, while Samuel L. Jackson (Kingsman: The Secret Service) introduces the film and serves as the narrator of events.
This movie has been creating quite the ruckus, as the title of the film indicates it will be a movie depicted to the actual events occurring in Chicago and which have given rise to the term Chi-Raq. Those events were depicted, according to moviegoers, with some satisfaction in the movie Straight Outta Compton.
However, this is an adaptation of a Greek play set against the backdrop of those same events, meaning they will merely be drawing their inspiration from said events.
We should assume any correlation to actual events will be coincidental and by way of the story driven by the play and not taken straight from the headlines. But it's a hot issue and one people take seriously, so hopefully people will give Spike Lee the benefit of the doubt that he has the very best intentions.
This film will receive a limited release on December 4.
There are still six more agonizing weeks until Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters, but five new character posters were dropped today.
You have the five leads, including Harrison Ford as Han Solo, Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia, John Boyega as Finn, Daisy Ridley as Rey and Adam Driver as Kylo Ren.
Each poster shows the character covering half of their face with what appears to be their weapon of choice. There are a couple of light sabers and a gun, for instance. Only Princess Leia's poster reveals both of her eyes.
I'm particularly drawn to Rey, as there is just something about the way her hair is blowing around her face that really draws you to the photo.
Directed by J.J. Abrams, Episode VII will hit theaters worldwide on December 18.
1. Harrison Ford as Han Solo
2. Carrie Fisher Stars as Princess Leia
3. John Boyega Stars as Finn
4. Daisy Ridley Stars as Rey
5. Adam Driver Stars as Kylo Ren
Moment of truth. I've never played World of Warcraft, despite a love for that type of game and friends who have told me it's quite simply the best thing EVER. I hate to die, and I'm not very good at staying alive. Thusly, I leave what appear to be the more difficult games to the other guys.
That said, this movie version of the game seems pretty damn cool. The cast is great and from what I understand (which is very little) presenting the world from both sides (human and orc) is somewhat challenging.
Here is all of the official information I've received on the production thus far. Again, leaving it to the professionals!
From Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures comes Warcraft, an epic adventure of world-colliding conflict based on Blizzard Entertainment’s global phenomenon.
The peaceful realm of Azeroth stands on the brink of war as its civilization faces a fearsome race of invaders: Orc warriors fleeing their dying home to colonize another. As a portal opens to connect the two worlds, one army faces destruction and the other faces extinction. From opposing sides, two heroes are set on a collision course that will decide the fate of their family, their people and their home.
So begins a spectacular saga of power and sacrifice in which war has many faces, and everyone fights for something.
Directed by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) and written by Charles Leavitt and Jones, the film starring Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell, Ben Schnetzer, Rob Kazinsky and Daniel Wu is a Legendary Pictures, Blizzard Entertainment and Atlas Entertainment production.
The producers are Charles Roven, Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Alex Gartner and Stuart Fenegan. Jillian Share, Brent O’Connor, Michael Morhaime and Paul Sams serve as executive producers. Rob Pardo, Chris Metzen, Nick Carpenter and Rebecca Steel Roven co-produce. Warcraft will be released by Universal Pictures.
"I think you're going to be an American hero."
"I'm not even a American."
Will Smith stars in Concussion, a dramatic thriller based on the incredible true David vs. Goliath story of American immigrant Dr. Bennet Omalu, the brilliant forensic neuropathologist who made the first discovery of CTE, a football-related brain trauma, in a pro player and fought for the truth to be known. Omalu’s emotional quest puts him at dangerous odds with one of the most powerful institutions in the world.
I'm not sure if Dr. Omalu is an American hero or not, but this movie looks pretty damned good. If you recall, when this movie was first announced, there was a lot of hullabaloo about it because the NFL doesn't necessarily agree with it. Or something.
Now even this trailer makes it appear as if when Dr. Omalu was doing his research, nobody wanted him to search too hard at all.
Outside the cast of Will Smith, you'll also see David Morse, Albert Brooks, Luke Wilson, Alec Baldwin and more. Others who appear in the film include Stephen Moyer (The Bastard Executioner), Bitsie Tulloch (Grimm) and Eddie Marsan (Ray Donovan).
On a personal note, I'm very excited that this is another movie filmed in Pittsburgh, where I happen to live at the moment. It's always nice seeing our city showcased. It's quite beautiful and the bridges are something to behold.
This film will open on Christmas Day.
Alright fans of Deep Impact, I bet you were taken right back to the after effects of the big event when you heard Speaker Trumball (Morgan Freeman) making his speech in this new trailer for London Has Fallen!
How could you not? It's fabulous.
This time, the bad guys are holding the world hostage and they're not going to be satisfied until they get to kill the President. But President Asher (Aaron Eckhart) wants to make sure that Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) kills him before he's murdered for propaganda.
You know, the United States is always in peril and being blown up by bad guys, so this time when the President visits London, the bad guys decide to blow up that city, instead. I bet America will never be invited anywhere ever again! That sure seems like an easy way to save money on fuel and lodging and start using Skype for the big meetings, right?
This one looks like non-stop action from start to finish, and it even gets so bad that the character Angela Bassett is playing will be forced into squeezing out a single tear to leak down her saddened cheek. She's not kidding around!
Take a look at this trailer and let us know if you're in. It looks like Olympus Has Fallen on steroids, so I have high hopes for it. This kind of stuff just rocks my world. Give me liberty or give me death!
Unfortunately, you have to wait until March 4, 2016 for this one to arrive. But, hey, that's not too far away, after all!
Political campaigns are all about choosing the right strategy.
That's where political strategist "Calamity" Jane Bodine comes in. Jane is hired to help Bolivian Presidential candidate Pedro Castillo win the election even though he is a considerable underdog.
Unfortunately, Castillo is not the most likable candidate in the public eye, forcing Jane to get creative with her strategy. She realizes the best way to promote him is to push fear that the country is in a crisis and that a strong, experienced leader is who they need to bring them out of it.
Sandra Bullock is excellent as Jane, bringing in just the right mix of light-hearted comedy and serious moments. Jane comes with plenty of baggage, but Bullock has you rooting for her throughout.
Of course, the story wouldn't work without serious competition, and Billy Bob Thorton's Pat Candy fits the bill of Jane's arch-nemesis whom she has never beaten. The rivalry between the two provides much of the film's humor.
Conflict arises when some of Jane's methods are called into question, and there is debate over whether or not to run negative ads. The film hits home the theme of just how far one may be willing to go to win.
The cinematography and the scenery were beautiful, and there were some funny moments dealing with altitude sickness affecting people who are not used to it. The character of Eddie brought the perspective of a poor, local citizen and his relationship with Jane added some intense and emotional scenes.
While the cast is excellent and the plot is interesting, some of the writing and humor fall flat. The story could have been more compelling, and the ending could have been stronger and left much to be desired. It is still enjoyable and Sandra Bullock alone makes it worth watching, but it may be better suited for rental.
Despite his best efforts, things never go the way they're intended for the world's unluckiest kid.
That doesn't mean Charlie Brown will ever stop trying. His will and determination cannot be beat, and he will never give up.
The whole gang is back in this all new Peanuts movie, and those looking for a bit of nostalgia will not be disappointed.
Yes it's computer animated and the voices are different, but these are still the same characters you've always loved. Charlie Brown is still struggling to fit in at school. He's still determined to fly a kite, so much so that he gives it a try in the middle of winter.
And, of course, he's still pining after the little red-haired girl.
This time she's the new kid in school and he's anxious to make a good first impression. He puts a lot of time and effort into his attempts with the help of his friends. Linus has always been the voice of reason and his biggest voice of encouragement.
But, the star of the show has always been man's best friend, Snoopy, and this movie is no different. Snoopy actually turns out to be Charlie Brown's biggest form of assistance. He even teaches him to dance!
There are plenty of callbacks to the classics as no Peanuts movie would be complete without appearances by Snoopy's alter egos the World War 1 Flying Ace and Joe Cool along with Snoopy's typewriter and Woodstock by his side.
There's the kite-eating tree, the pitcher's mound, Schroeder's piano, and Linus's blanket. Lucy still only charges a nickel for her psychiatric advice. Everything you expect to see in a Peanuts movie is there, and even some surprises you probably won't expect. There are a few references to the classic holiday specials.
Most importantly, this is a funny, sweet movie that kids and adults alike will enjoy. There are heartwarming lessons to be learned and inspirational messages to never give up and to always be yourself. If this is a kid's first exposure to The Peanuts, it's a good one.
It's definitely worth staying through the credits for this one.
Can you even imagine going into a horror movie in which the trailer pretty much counted down all the deaths for you before you watched?
Well, that's exactly what the frailer for the original Friday the 13th did for fans.
When Kevin Bacon gets into that bed, either you have to know he's about to bite the dust, or maybe you can suspend your disbelief and think his friend is about to play a prank on him. Yeah, that's it. Pranks!
They're all the victims of pranks. Nope. The trailer counts down deaths one by one. Wow.
And you know what? It didn't stop us from going. Yes, I was a weeee young child back in the day, and me and my friends begged an older brother to take us to the movie.
We were still shocked as all get out to see our favorite characters killed.
I have to wonder how frequently we were exposed to movie trailers. Were they on TV all the time or only playing along with other movies.
If you think about it, there were only three networks and limited visibility for movie trailers to be seen.
I don't know if it's the nostalgia factor, or that the movie just holds up, but I still enjoy watching Friday the 13th every time I watch it, and every time I watch, it's a standard pairing which includes part one and part 2.
A genuine double feature.
Parts one and two are definitely the best of the best when it comes to the movie versions, and as much as Jared Padalecki rocks in modern times, he did nothing to persuade me that the reboot of Friday the 13th was worth a second viewing. Sorry JarPad!
Friday the 13th is one of those movies that we just can't shake. Perhaps it's because every time the calendar says "Friday the 13th," it reminds us of that horror classic.
In honor of the day that continues to terrify us, we present a baker's dozen of fun facts, er, horrific facts, about Friday the 13th!
Did you know that Jason was not always our killer's first name?
These and other fun tidbits about the horror classic are found in the slideshow below. Happy scaring!
1. Would You Go To This Camp?
2. That Snake Was Real!
3. Tribute to Halloween? Or Rip-Off?
4. Jason’s First Name
5. Miller Moves On
6. A Degree of Bacon
Zoolander is OLD!!
That's right. Once the world's most famous male model, the man who made Le Tigre, Magnum and Blue Steel famous looks is old (his best friend? Lame).
What happens when you're past your prime? Why, you're called upon to infiltrate the world of fashion because the now-famous models are being killed after taking selfies with Blue Steel.
Ben Stiller is back as Derek Zooklander with Owen Wilson as his sidekick, Hansel. They're getting into all kinds of hijinks.
Hansel has so much faith in his buddy Zoolander that he even tries to see if Zoolander can still stop things with a look like he did a silver star a Magnum.
The answer? Not so much.
After being pelted in the face with a few things, including a glass bottle, Zoolander suggest, "Maybe we can try a washcloth!"
Penelope Cruz stars as their handler, the poor gal who thinks it's a brilliant idea to bring them on board to save the day and infiltrate high fashion.
Benedict Cumberbatch is All, the current male model of the moment. Yes. This fictional world is something else.
Kristen Wiig does a hilarious turn as a frozen faced... bad guy? Not really sure.
And, of course, Will Farrell is back as the uber villain, Mugatu, doing very nefarious things, like throwing hot coffee onto his assistant.
It seems as if a lot of the groovy guest stars, like Justin Bieber, will be the models dying with Blue Steel faces. That works perfectly, and will set the media ablaze with Blue Steel, which is just as we like it!
Take a look at the trailer, and mark your calendar for Friday, February 12, 2016. That's when Zoolander 2 hits theaters!
The world is an amazing place.
The way movies are marketed to the United States and the way they're marketed internationally is completely different.
The international trailer for Concussion shows a side of the movie that's inspirational, more or less devoid of the political angle.
It's Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith) and how he spends his time with the dead, looking our for them, talking to them.
In this version of the movie, he has a hell of a lot more support than it seems he does in the US trailer, from the likes of famed physician Dr. Cyril Wecht, portrayed by Albert Brooks and Dr. Ron Hamilton, played by Stephen Hamilton.
The initial story centers on famed Pittsburgh Steelers player Mike Webster (David Morse) after his death and what Dr Omalu discovers as the cause of death.
Football players use their heads as weapons, leading to tragic results.
That's certainly not anything the NFL football franchise wants to hear, and keeping it quiet is in their best interest.
Filmed in my beautiful city of PIttsburgh, the movie has been controversial since first announced.
This can be your Christmas present, as it opens in theaters Christmas Day.
OK. Sure. Chris Hemsworth is the sexiest man alive. He's also the titular huntsman in The Huntsman: Winter's War.
But this freakin' movie is all about the kickass women!
Chris Hemsworth is one lucky bastard to be surrounded by three women who are gorgeous, talented and come out fighting!
His love interest? Jessica Chastain. The Warrior, Sara. Oh yes. She seems well versed on the latest trend, shooting a bow and arrow.
There are two evil queens instead of one, Charlize Theron returns as The Evil Queen, Ravenna and joining her is her sister, Emily Blunt as The Ice Queen, Freya.
Here's the official synopsis for the prequel to Snow White and the Huntsman:
Long before the evil Queen Ravenna (Theron) was thought vanquished by Snow White’s blade, she watched silently as her sister, Freya (Blunt), suffered a heartbreaking betrayal and fled their kingdom.
With Freya’s ability to freeze any enemy, the young ice queen has spent decades in a remote wintry palace raising a legion of deadly huntsmen — including Eric (Hemsworth) and warrior Sara (Chastain) — only to find that her prized two defied her one demand: Forever harden your hearts to love.
When Freya learns of her sister’s demise, she summons her remaining soldiers to bring the Magic Mirror home to the only sorceress left who can harness its power.
But once she discovers Ravenna can be resurrected from its golden depths, the wicked sisters threaten this enchanted land with twice the darkest force it’s ever seen.
Now, their amassing army shall prove undefeatable…unless the banished huntsmen who broke their queen’s cardinal rule can fight their way back to one another.
Here's what we get out of all that. THIS MOVIE HAS THREE KICKASS FEMALE LEADS!! Sorry. We're not going to be over that anytime soon, and neither should you.
Watch the trailer and enjoy!
This one will hit theaters in April 2016.
See what you miss when you decide to watch Jimmy Fallon over Jimmy Kimmel?!
The world premiere trailer of Captain America: Civil War premiered during a visit from Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans on November 24.
Kimmel was an all Marvel episode and the absolute perfect opportunity to premier the trailer.
If you weren't watching, can you really consider yourself a Marvel fan? Really?
The premise of the new movie is that when the government tries to regulate superheroes, Captain America and Iron Man find themselves on opposite sides of the law.
In what I consider a surprise, Iron Man will be in support of the regulations (I always imagined him as a conservative, go figure) and Captain America will be rebelling against the controlling measures.
All kinds of superheroes (all of them ever?) from the entire franchise will be stepping in to pick sides.
Not to mention Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther and Tom Holland as Spider-Man will be introduced for the first time and before they have a movie of their own.
It's rather a bummer, however, to discover the trailer does not, I repeat, does not feature our first glimpse of Holland as Spider-Man.
Oh well, you can't have it all, right?
Check it out now and let us know what you think!!
Yep. Jimmy Kimmel is the man!
He's got all the greats these days, and they bring with them all the great movie trailers!
Up tonight is the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice official official trailer. There have been hints and peeks but this is the real deal. Ben Affleck (He's Batman, you guys) says so, and we believe Batman.
Henry Cavill stars as Clark Kent/Superman, Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons as Batman’s butler/armorer Alfred, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Daily Planet editor Perry White, Diane Lane as Superman’s mom Martha Kent and Holly Hunter as U.S. Senator Finch.
Batman is kind of the dark and grizzly anti-hero who thinks Superman is a little too puffy to be taking over the world, so he aims to put a stop to him.
But it's that pesky Lex Luthor who is really pulling all the strings. Does Jesse Eisenberg make a good Lex Luthor? Hmmm.
My personal favorite part of the trailer? Both super fellas wondering if the hot woman in a unitard is with the other one. Hello Wonder Woman!
This flick isn't even in theaters until March 25, 2016, so you can just imagine how much more of it we'll see before it arrives. At least they'll be battling it out before Captain America and Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War, but wouldn't it be fun to see all four of them in the same flick? Two humans, two not...
Oh, come on!
The first trailer for The Nice Guys has arrived. Red Band and everything!!
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is one of the best movies of all time. Shuddup and roll with it. If you have seen it and didn't love it, watch it again.
If you haven't seen it, order it up in any way possible and start watching. Stat.
The Nice Guys is being touted as the "spiritual sequel" to Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and from the looks of the trailer, that's not an overstatement.
In the new movie, the unlikely and hilarious duo are Russell Crowe (Les Miserables) and Ryan Gosling (The Notebook). One a guy who helps people out and the other a private eye. They're both looking for a missing girl, played by The Leftovers Margaret Qualley.
By the way, if you haven't been watching that stellar TV program, congratulations, you now have another 20 hours of your life to binge away.
Other cast members of The Nice Guys include Kim Basinger, Matt Bomer (American Horror Story) and Rachel Brooke Smith.
The trailer features a ton of groovy (it is taking place in the 70s after all) dialog and ridiculous action, including a fantastic scene in which Gosling's PI character and another fellow fall many stories from a tall building.
You every wondered what might happen to you if you don't land on top of a car or in a pool? Find out by watching the trailer.
Tell me you don't laugh.
I also loved Gosling's character saying nobody really got hurt and his rationale behind making the statement.
Bottom line: Summer 2016 is a long, long way away, and if Warner Bros. wants to pepper us with many more trailers for this flick, I'll be on board.
How about you?