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Billy Crudup Blood Ties

Blood Ties Trailer 2. Guillaume Canet‘s Blood Ties (2013) movie trailer 2 stars Billy Crudup, James Caan, Noah Emmerich, Lili Taylor, Matthias Schoenaerts. Blood Ties‘ plot synopsis: based on a novel by Bruno Papet and Michel Papet, “New York, 1974. Fifty-year-old

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Clive Owen Billy Crudup Blood Ties

Blood Ties Trailer. Guillaume Canet‘s Blood Ties (2013) movie trailer stars Clive Owen, Zoe Saldana, Mila Kunis, Marion Cotillard, and Matthias Schoenaerts. Blood Ties‘ plot synopsis: “Brothers Frank and Chris Pierzynski grew up in the same rough neighborhood of Brooklyn

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Ben Stiller Vince Vaughn Jonah Hill The Watch

The Watch (2012) Film Review, a movie directed by Akiva Schaffer and starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, Billy Crudup, Richard Ayoade, Doug Jones, Will Forte, Rosemarie DeWitt, Willam Belli, Nicholas Braun, Jorma Taccone, Joe Nunez, Carissa Capobianco, Patricia French,

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Jonah Hill, Ben Stiller, Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch Trailer, Poster. Akiva Schaffer‘s Neighborhood Watch (2012) teaser trailer, movie poster stars Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, Billy Crudup, and Richard Ayoade. Neighborhood Watch‘s plot synopsis: “a handful of suburban dads who end up over their heads when

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public-enemies-2009-posterThe disenfranchised, dystrophic probation era is brought to life in Michael Mann’s Public Enemies. The criminals housed in Public Enemies are representations, like in American Gangster, of the role models current hooligans and “gangstas” regard with such high esteem. Film-wise, Public Enemies is not perfect but it is imbued with brilliant moments. Public Enemies is set in the early parent of last century in the United States and is in part about a romance that develops between two of the film’s main characters.

Prolific bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), is first presented as a successful, professional bank robber, icon-a-sized and admired by the public (he never steals from people depositing in the banks he robs). He is a quasi-Robin Hood, a poor man that steals from the rich and insured to make himself rich. Many people admire that about him, especially during the economic hardships of that time period. He is personified more as a rogue, a thorn in upper society’s heel, than a murdering criminal in newspaper and on the radio, even though that is exactly what he is.

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With The Dark Knight in theaters, DC Comics and Warner Bros. have begun the marketing push for their next great comic book adaption. The opening volley was The Watchmen trailer, which appeared in front of The Dark Knight on July 18, 2008. Being helmed by 300‘s Zack Snyder, Watchmen looks as if it will be something very special. I suggest you read the Watchmen graphic novel before seeing this film. There are bound to be character details and subplots left out or only alluded to in this film. The Watchmen grace the cover of the newest edition of Entertainment Weekly. The best of the pics are below. Enjoy.

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Jul 18, 2008

Watchmen Movie Trailer

The Watchmen trailer is phenomenal. PHENOMENAL. The Smashing Pumpkins song (The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning) used in the trailer. Excellent. The shots chosen for the trailer. Excellent. Silk Spectre. Excellent. Having read most of the Watchmen graphic novel so that I know what the images in the trailer represent. Excellent. This is one of the best, well crafted trailers I have EVER seen. This trailer makes Watchmen look like a masterpiece, a ticking time bomb waiting to explode on the big screen March 6, 2009. Director Zach Snyder seems to have made an even more visually impressive film than 300, which is no small achievement.

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I can not wait for this flix to come out. I really can’t. I just hope it is done right. They are squeezing ten dense, extremely well written comics into a two hour film (I wish it were four hours but Watchmen does not have the Lord of the Ring Fan base for that. Not yet anyway.) We will all just have to be patient, wait and see. Its director, Zach Snyder, director of 2007’s 300, was good enough to release this photo upon wrapping filming earlier this week. If you’ve read the comic (I’ve read the first eight, two to go) then you know what’s going on during this scene and why.


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