Must see movie trailers…

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    ^Has a BSG vibe…



    The shot with the 3 worms looks really good. Also, the worm-riding. Those were scenes that stood out in the books were the Spice visions and the worm riding. Hope they stick with it. Go full Dune. Not a Tim fan, but he does look good in the role.
    1:25 looks great. Way better than before.


    The original Graboids…


    Garland, whose last film was the horror allegory “Men” starring Jessie Buckley, writes and directs the politically charged thriller. Wagner Moura, Sonoya Mizuno, and Stephen McKinley Henderson also star. Nick Offerman, who appeared in Garland’s 2020 FX series “Devs” along with McKinley Henderson and Mizuno, plays the United States president as seen in the trailer. The first footage suggests this is Garland’s most expansive film yet, spanning the U.S. as it tears itself apart, with Dunst portraying a journalist. From writer/director Alex Garland and starring Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura, Stephen McKinley Henderson, and Cailee Spaeny.


    After three death-defying adventures defeating world-class villains with his unmatched courage and mad martial arts skills, Po, the Dragon Warrior (Golden Globe nominee Jack Black), is called upon by destiny to … give it a rest already. More specifically, he’s tapped to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace.

    That poses a couple of obvious problems. First, Po knows as much about spiritual leadership as he does about the paleo diet, and second, he needs to quickly find and train a new Dragon Warrior before he can assume his new lofty position.

    Even worse, there’s been a recent sighting of a wicked, powerful sorceress, Chameleon (Oscar® winner Viola Davis), a tiny lizard who can shapeshift into any creature, large or small. And Chameleon has her greedy, beady little eyes on Po’s Staff of Wisdom, which would give her the power to re-summon all the master villains whom Po has vanquished to the spirit realm.

    So, Po’s going to need some help. He finds it (kinda?) in the form of crafty, quick-witted thief Zhen (Golden Globe winner Awkwafina), a corsac fox who really gets under Po’s fur but whose skills will prove invaluable. In their quest to protect the Valley of Peace from Chameleon’s reptilian claws, this comedic odd-couple duo will have to work together. In the process, Po will discover that heroes can be found in the most unexpected places.


    Coming Soon | January 2024

    Brent Ziff is an internet shock-jock at the top of his game. Fans and followers tune in from coast to coast to be insulted and enlightened by their favorite online provocateur. But on one very unusual night, Brent’s world is rocked by a long-time listener who calls in with a grave message.

    Starring: Abe Goldfarb, Brian Silliman, Greg Proops, Kevin Pollak, Rosebud, Priscilla Goldfarb, Ashlie Atkinson, Alex Brightman
    Directors: J.D. Brynn & Abe Goldfarb


    On the eve of the Second World War, two of the greatest minds on the twentieth century, C.S. LEWIS and SIGMUND FREUD converge for their own personal battle over the existence of God. FREUD’S LAST SESSION interweaves the lives of Freud and Lewis, past, present, and through fantasy, bursting from the confines of Freud’s study on a dynamic journey.


    Have plans to see this one only because a relative is interested. It is by Angel Studios. I may not even agree with the messages or ideas, but will see this movie, regardless. I do know Cabrini–Green in Chicago is an awful ghetto.

    When Italian immigrant Francesca Cabrini steps foot in America in 1889, she is greeted by disease, crime, and impoverished children living in New York’s slums. Armed with a fearless spirit and a compassionate heart, Cabrini sets off on a daring mission to convince the hostile mayor to secure housing and healthcare for society’s most vulnerable. Despite broken English and poor health, Cabrini leverages her entrepreneurial mind to build an empire of hope unlike anything the world had ever seen.


    Just came across this now. There was a bit of the buzz about the books by Liu Cixin. It was considered top sci-fi literature. To be honest, the trailers do nothing for me.

    From multiple Emmy Award-winning creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (Game of Thrones), and Emmy-nominated Alexander Woo (The Terror: Infamy, True Blood) comes 3 Body Problem, a thrilling story that redefines sci-fi drama with its layered mysteries and genre-bending high stakes. Based on the acclaimed, international bestselling book trilogy, The Three-Body Problem.

    A young woman’s fateful decision in 1960s China reverberates across space and time to a group of brilliant scientists in the present day. As the laws of nature unravel before their eyes five former colleagues reunite to confront the greatest threat in humanity’s history.


    Maddie, a bullied teen, receives support from someone online – her deceased father, David. His consciousness has been uploaded to the cloud after an experimental brain scan. Turns out, he’s not the only one.


    3 body problem: I saw the caption: “From the makers of Game of Thrones” and immediately recoiled.

    Looking forward to Pantheon –  interested specifically in what original elements they’re going to introduce as the whole Human Consciousness to cloud upload thing has been done with varying degrees of success.



    Most recent trailer for 3 Body Problem. I like anything with sci-fi, VR, or A.I. which are all kind of on the cutting edge. Watched PANTHEON and it was some of the best science fiction that I have ever encountered. It is a shame that some people will never watch animation. Show was very good and reminded me a little bit of Seed from Webtoons, which I enjoyed as well. I did not stick with The Peripheral.

    In the 3BP trailers, one effect I like is when they put on the metallic VR headset, the two eyes merge into one, or a third eye, or a mind’s eye. It’s a relatively simple effect, but one that hits.

    A young woman’s fateful decision in 1960s China reverberates across space and time to a group of brilliant scientists in the present day. As the laws of nature unravel before their eyes five former colleagues reunite to confront the greatest threat in humanity’s history.


    Only posting because this is a bit different. It looks so much like the famous paintings. I really like the paintings featured on classical music videos. Sometimes, the videos will have those funny titles and feature a classical music playlist. What I like about this is that there is always room for the real artist because some have their own signature style. I can imagine an Alex Ross art movie one day for perhaps Kingdom Come, which I know Az enjoys.

    The Peasants tells the story of Jagna, a young woman determined to forge her own path within the confines of a late 19th century Polish village – a hotbed of gossip and on-going feuds, held together, rich and poor, by pride in their land, adherence to colourful traditions and deep-rooted patriarchy. When Jagna finds herself caught between the conflicting desires of the village’s richest farmer, his eldest son, and other leading men of the community, her resistance puts her on a tragic collision course with the community around her.

    And the concept trailer. Can you imagine Motion comics done is such a style? Any artist you like. Maybe Salvador Dali. Jim Lee. John Byrne.


    Chuckled at this because I actually liked the first one and just randomly clicked on it. Great characters and effects. Gave me an old Mutants vibe.

    After locating the Divine Blade, a shaman and a modern-day woman race through time to battle a powerful alien commander intent on destroying mankind

    ancient Taoists traveling through time and space in an effort to obtain the Divine Sword.


    This looks like an interesting psychological drama. The “alien voice” does seem a bit off though.

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