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I personally blame Warner Bros. for the reason this teaser is a little lackluster. I manage at a movie theater and when we received this trailer on the hard drive, I was stoked. Then I had to wait for what seemed to be forever for the license keys to become unencrypted to watch it. Needless to say, I was just a bit disappointed when I saw it, but still excited nonetheless. My hunch is this: Warner Bros. hounded Nolan to release a teaser trailer in time for the release of their other MASSIVE film, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2. I can only imagine that Nolan is still editing the film/wrapping up the details, and prepping it for it's summer release. Therefore, he probably only had a little material to work with in order to develop a teaser. I'm happy he released it, and I"m happy to finally see Bane in all his glory, but I found the scenes from the previous films to water down the suspense of the finale. And M4TTH3W, thanks for the translation! I knew the League Of Shadows/Assassins were going to make an appearence in this film along side Ra's Al Ghul (young and old) as in the comics, Bane & Al Ghul team up to take down Gotham City.
The Dark Knight Rises
Teaser Trailer
(1:36)
This movie has a LOT going for it: great cast, great writing, and a ton of bite to the punchlines. This might be the Diaz comeback we've been waiting for....because The Green Hornet was DEFINITELY not it.
Bad Teacher
Red Band Trailer
(2:43)
I have such a mental hard on for this movie!!! To all those that say that no storyline was conveyed in this trailer, I say look again: a picture is worth a thousand words. Unstable girl gets into some deep trouble at home. She gets declared insane and needs psychiatric help, so they ship her off to a forboding mental hospital where she meets the rest of the badass female cast, and then they plot an escape which is shown through her surreal imagination. You don't need dialogue to convey this. In fact, dialogue would probably ruin the visual masterpiece this is. I would not object to this being a dialogueless film. if you want dialogue, there is plenty of dramas to be seen in 2011, whom I am also a fan of. But to appreciate Zack Snyder, you've got to enter his world where visuals play an integral part of storytelling.
Sucker Punch
Feature Trailer
(1:28)
This movie looks really good right off the bat. I think the trailer could of stopped short about 1:15 in though. The ending gave it the same bitter taste as other crime drama's based on true stories. I just hope it's not too lengthy like Black Dahlia. I enjoyed that film but it just dragged on and on. This has a chance to be a real winner though with its two strong leads.
All Good Things
Trailer
(2:21)
Aron Ralston's story is beyond epic. I think James Franco will be good for that role.
127 Hours
Feature Trailer
(2:40)
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Feature trailer for Hesher. Loud music. Pornography. Burning stuff to the ground. These are a few of Hesher's favorite things. And they are what Hesher (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) brings into the lives of 13-year-old TJ (Devin Brochu) and his father, Paul (Rainn Wilson) when he unexpectedly takes up residence in their garage uninvited. Told through the eyes of TJ, HESHER is a dark fairy tale about an eccentric unhinged drifter who appears out of nowhere to help a struggling family deal with loss in the most unconventional of ways. TJ is simply going through the motions of his daily life, quietly grieving throughout each day, until Hesher arrives like a force of nature, not stopping for anything in his path. Paul is also so grief-stricken the he can't muster the strength to evict the strange squatter, and soon the long-haired, tattooed Hesher becomes a fixture in the household. Hesher also befriends TJ's grandmother (Piper Laurie), who lives with them. She's extremely lonely as her son and grandson are unable to snap out of their fog. When Hesher arrives and appreciates her cooking and listens to her stories, it's as though she found a new friend, under very odd circumstances. The only friend TJ really has is Nicole (Natalie Portman), who is a supermarket cashier who comes to TJ's rescue when he first encounters Hesher. They have an odd relationship that's based, in part, on TJ's infatuation with Nicole. Although initially a rather terrifying character, over time Hesher's anarchy shakes the family out of their grief and helps them embrace life once more.
Hesher
Feature Trailer
(1:42)
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