PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Trailers! I loves me some trailers.

The Big Bounce - another Elmore Leonard movie, but headline with Owen Wilson and Morgan Freeman, then toss in a big cast (including Kris Kristofferson *and* Gary Sinise) and the director of Gross Point Blank and I will give it a try.

The Day After Tomorrow - ooooh, this year's big disaster movie by the Independence Day guy. But this time, it's a sudden ice age! Big scenes, NYC getting flooded, etc. Should be decent eye candy.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - top candidate for 'needs a shorter title' award, this is about a couple that undergoes a new medical procedure that allows you to erase painful memories. Again, like The Butterfly Effect, this has my attention. And, yay new spat of scifi flicks with big names/budgets/directors.

The Punisher - new trailer released before the Matrix, and man, I'm trying not to get my hopes up. But still.

Torque - OK, it may look like The Fast & the Furious on bikes, and it may very well be. But, Ice Cube! I don't know why I liked the trailer, but hey.

Troy - Oh, big big big. Huge fleet of ships, huge war scenes, etc. Plus, an impressive cast including Sabretooth as Ajax! Again, it might suck, but it'll be fun to watch.

Also, Muvico has a couple teaser posters up for Alien vs. Predator posters (Summer, 2004.)

Next wee's discussion - Paul Walker: Worst actor evar?

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