Sunday, July 15, 2012

The Trailer Park: An Oversimplification Of Her Beauty, Comes A Bright Day, Compliance, Goats, Hello I Must Be Going, Jack Reacher, The Loneliest Planet, Oz:The Great And Powerful, Why Stop Now, William Shatner's Get A Life



Welcome to The Trailer Park! - A weekly column rounding up new and newish trailers lurking around the internet.

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An Oversimplification Of Her Beauty
So poetically beautiful!


Comes A Bright Day
With the film being about a jewelry heist it only makes sense that they would capitalize on the use of lens flare obs in the trailer.


Compliance
I hate so much that this is based on a true story. the second video posted is about the actual incident.


Goats
One of those coming of age stories with David Duchovny playing the bearded mentor.

Hello I Must Be Going
She's so awkward.


Jack Reacher
Tom Cruise wants you to know this is NOT Drive (2011). He is no hero.


The Loneliest Planet
So ambiguous. A little too ambiguous. I feel like a need a little bit more info in order to gain any interest in actually seeing this movie.


Oz: The Great And Powerful
I could see someone saying this looks very similar to Tim Burton's live action Alice in Wonderland (2010) but something about this trailer has me feeling much more faith in this movie. It looks beautifully shot, even with the few moments that appear unfinished or as just poor special effects. I love the change in aspect ratio! I only wish the black & white portion was more of a sepia tone. I'm definitely looking forward to this one!



Why Stop Now
An unexpected adventure story between the unlikeliest of companions.



William Shatner's Get A Life
You could call this an updated version of the Trekkies Documentaries. Only now, fanboy culture has entered the mainstream making this documentary a heck of a lot less interesting but also more relevant in a way... if that makes any sense.