26
Mar
09

the ultimate trailer park thursday.

So, school work has been crazy lately, and it continues a fair bit right now. Thus, the blog has taken a back seat to more important matters. Today, rather than a normal trailer park post, I am going to simply add a ton of trailers with limited elaboration in case you haven’t seen them yet.

I’m not going to bother sorting ones I like and ones I don’t, I’m just throwing whatever comes to mind in there. Enjoy!

1. Where The Wild Things Are:

Lots of buzz about this one, everyone I know seems to be talking about it. That is the mark of a great trailer. I know you’ve probably already seen it, but don’t you want to watch it again? I do.

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2. Anvil: The Story of Anvil

This looks amazing!

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3. Battle for Terra

So many rich possibilities here, which may make it all the more disappointing if it falls flat.

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4. The Merry Gentleman

Isn’t it amazing that every since Gross Pointe Blank there is an unending supply of “hit man with a heart of gold” stories?

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5. Blood: The Last Vampire

Live action manifestation of the well loved anime film. I suppose it can be said it looks like Blade meets Crouching Tiger… Or I suppose another way to say it is, it’s like Blade, aside from the fact that I might actually watch it.

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6. Mysteries of Pittsburgh

Two thoughts come to mind when I watch this trailer.

1. I really love satisfyingly complex relationships in storytelling.

2. Jude Law is the dumbest man alive.

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7. The Edge of Love

Did this one ever come out theatrically in the states? If it did I totally missed it.

Again, two thoughts.

1. Keira Knightley loves period films.

2. Jude Law is the dumbest man alive.

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8. The Limits of Control

In some ways, it seems like this year’s manifestation of No Country‘s

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9. Bart Got A Room

That’s right, Maeby Funke.

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My battery is dying, so that’s it for now. Maybe I’ll add some more later.

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1 Response to “the ultimate trailer park thursday.”


  1. 1 Kj
    March 27, 2009 at 11:19 am

    I saw “Mysteries of Pittsburgh” last summer at SIFF. I was dissapointed.


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