I was really not sure what to expect from A star is born . It has had so much buzz,…
I was really not sure what to expect from A star is born . It has had so much buzz, and yet its trailer made the movie look so melodramatic, saccharin, two, overcome and manically romantic. And that’s all that. But it is also just so impossible seriously. It loves its characters, its music, its feelings, and it wants you to love them too.
And in some way it works. The film looks like a nice, big budget production, but it often has the interests and sensitivity of a movie with the 1st/10 budget. There is a lot to pack up in the film, but what I’m most fascinated by is how committed it is to get a low budget indie vibe for a big and very shiny screen.
It’s a balance that lets characters grow bigger than life, mythical characters sometimes, but recovering from being confused and vulnerable people in others. The film is sprawling, long and sometimes messy, but it still feels small and so connected to its characters that all belong together.
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Weirdly, I have already downloaded an old copy of a Artemis Fowl book last weekend and notice a Miramax Books logo over the spine, which I suppose this series would be converted to to a move almost two decades ago. Now it finally ends in Disney, which released a first trailer this week. I would like to describe this trailer as “pretty bad” and focus more on the world building for a series of minimal cultural cache instead of … I do not know introducing a character or tone or whatever it’s about. So we’ll see how this goes. The film will be released on August 9th.
I think it is quite clear at this time that Barry Jenkin’s next movie will be another beautiful melancholic portrait of people who only struggle to live their lives. This trailer actually shows less than some of the previous ones, but it’s a good reminder of why this is worth seeing when it comes out next month. It’s a new trailer for Patty Jenkin’s forthcoming TV series In Am The Night which seems to acknowledge that Patty Jenkins & # 39; Engagement is worth high advertising. The show looks carefully stylized and creepy; the warm colors, the strange places and the outfits. I’m in it. The exhibition starts on January 28th.
I think I’m even more happy to see how Vox Lux turns out to have seen A star is born because this seems like a even darker, more twisted version of what its two artists are going through. This trailer suggests that the movie will not be deterred from big, funny or musical numbers – which is hard to argue with when they are written by Sia. The film will be released on December 7th.
And here’s the trailer for my most anticipated release of the season: a new part of New Yokio the impossible sarcastic and ludicrously ritzy anime from Ezra Koenig. I can not wait. It will be released on December 7th.
Disney extracts pieces of the original films Star Wars and puts them together in a series of animated shorts. The animation looks fun, although Disney is very explicit about how it’s supposed to hook young children on Star Wars before they really would be old enough to enjoy the movies. The shorts would start appearing on Friday on the new Star Wars Kids channel on YouTube.
Katherine Waterston stars in this noir that has her go from a sad widow to a lunger investigator of her late husband dead. Early reviews have been mixed, but it looks like a thriller that hits all the right kind. The film will be released on January 1st.
I do not have the slightest idea what’s going on in this trailer, but it’s just amazingly nice. This film won the award for best script at this year’s Cannes, and Netflix’s description draws the protagonist “may seem to travel through time”. It came out on friday.
I missed the first of them when it came out, but apparently people thought it was enough for a sequel to arrive just over a year later. The movie puts a comedic, Groundhog Day twist on a classic slasher girl, which leads to something that looks much more fun to watch than the average horror movie. It’s on Valentine’s Day.
Bruce Springsteen is finishing the run of his highly successful Broadway show – a collection of songs, stories and musings in a mostly one-man display format. But the other it closes, it will go to Netflix for the rest of the world to see. You can catch it as of December 16th.
I’m already selling this as Netflix’s best original.