Great. Now he's becoming typecast as birds.
Well... that's Michael Keaton alright.
"It's a classic remake you never saw coming...it's a terrifying swarm they never expected...Michael Keaton stars as all of the birds in the thrilling adaptation of Hitchcock's 'The Birds.' Coming Summer 2018."
in a coat!
This could be really good in it's own way right? Don't try to do to much, just do what the Indiana Jones movies did so right, just a fun search for some artifact with some good action sequences and endearing characters and get outa there in 100 minutes.
Doesn't really look like she's in a tomb, big change for the franchise
Hm they really are going for the video-game look (well the remakes). She uses that exact tool in both games.
I can't wait to see Alicia get shot, stabbed, bludgeoned, burned, bitten by wolves, and shake it off like a champ.
Yes that is how the ghost looks for the entire film and apparently it works really well. Very excited for this film.
Man A24 knows how to make posters.
Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara
What is this, a movie for younger siblings?
Paul Walker is going to have to step his game up to catch up to The Rock in the Hero Damage section.
I mean how much was that Porsche worth?
Just so you know, blatant SEO infographics aren't a preferred method of backlinks anymore. Jesus . . . I'm almost embarrassed for you for using this technique and reporting it to your client.
Edit: Jesus . . . even the #1 comment on this is fake. 3 year old user, only 2 comments, both happen to be for this user over a year apart. Someone report this guy to /sub/spam :
Edit : AND the guy with the #2 comment . . . same history:
Edit : 2 more of his "Coworkers":
Crazy how they're all 4 months old. I'd be willing to bet money they were all made on the same day.
EDIT : ALL HIS "COWORKERS" HAVE THE SAME CAKE DAY. NOV. 15 2016. WHAT A COINCIDENCE.
Another Edit: /u/joepolish123 has deleted all his comments associated with OP. Don't worry, buddy. I've got them backed up: http://i.imgur.com/6QFLdx4.png
Is Sony trying to make a spider-man universe without spidey?
So that's it huh? We're some kind of Sinister Six?
A bunch of villains with no Spiderman to stop them? Could be interesting
Despite all the worry that comes with Sony going forward with any comic based film after and how it could stand on it's own, i really do want to see this work. With next to no information, just the words Venom, Horror and Sci-Fi...that sounds amazing in my mind. One step at a time.
10 Cloverfield Lane was one of the most terrifying movies I've ever seen
Usually when I go for scares in a film, I don't go for horror. I go for thrillers, the type of scare that keeps you grounded and on the edge of your seat. The kind of stuff that pulls you in because you wonder how the characters are going to find their way out of the bind their in. 10 Cloverfield Lane accomplished that in a way I've never experienced in a move before.
I'll keep it spoiler-free for those that haven't seen it, but there have been few films to keep adrenaline pumping through the entire movie. 10 Cloverfield Lane had my heart pounding in my chest from nearly the beginning all the way until the credits rolled. For such a small cast and setting, they really made it engaging and kept you on your toes constantly. I knew of the ending to an extent, but nothing beyond the concept. I was still completely taken off guard by how things got to that point, and even when the ending happened I was taken aback by what was happening. Suspense and tension can really draw a person and are probably some of the most powerful tools a storyteller can use. The use of them here was almost masterful in execution.
EDIT: Dang people, I go to bed and wake up to this being the top of /sub/movies? Aight, so be it. Keep up the recommendations too, I'm always down for more edge-of-my-seat fun!
Agreed. In general this is just a high quality movie (regardless of the genre). John Goodman killed it in this movie.
I really wasn't expecting much when I went in to watch this movie. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the first Cloverfield movie but damn this one was amazing and this may be one of John Goodman's best roles.
What I loved about this movie is the whole time you're wondering, is John Goodman a creepy kidnapper, or is there really an apocalypse going on out there. And the movie answers back, "Why not both?" I can't think of any other movies that does that.
I hated how the tension totally dissolved in the last few minutes though, once she escapes and starts seeing real monsters. That should have all been saved for the beginning of the inevitable sequel.
I absolutely loved this movie. Probably the only "we'll huh I'll be damned" reaction I've ever had to a movie.
That's a lof of Death Stars going to be blown up.
And somehow C-3PO and R2-D2 will appear on all of them.
"That´s a galaxy."
"It´s not a galaxy. It´s a Death Galaxy."
Milk that shit until its dead and then milk it some more
if this gets more than 50 % on Rotten Tomatoes I will eat a picture of Zack Snyder on camera
This trailer doesn't spoil anything.
Pirates of the Civil War: The Deathly Hallows
Edit: Hey, where's my gold? :(
Edit 2: Holy shit, it actually worked! Much obliged /u/a3lius. :)
Pirates of the Civil Neighbors 2 War: The Deathly Hangover 3
wow that was a great surprise
There are only so many (effective) ways you can arrange people and words on a single poster. If you worked in a video store long enough, you start to see the patterns in the madness
And often even just the color scheme follows a genre template. The two primary colors used can tell you a lot about the film
Natural colors are Blue, not green
Blue + Orange = Nature's Disruption with magic or sci-fi stuff
Can we start putting spoiler tags on trailers that seem to reveal the plot of the movie to a great extent?
Obviously this is arbitrary. But I feel like if we comment about the trailer in the comments about how spoilery it is we can add the flair. We can trust mods to do so as well. Maybe if we treat trailers this way studios will stop this practice for good. I know recently trailers have been alright when it comes to spoilers. But as the release dates get closer. More specific and revealing trailers will appear. I have little doubt about that.
Anyway. What are your thoughts?
Edit: don't know why the fuck everyone is so aggressive. Shit. Was just a suggestion.
I consider All trailers spoilers and don't watch them.
No. 1) that is subjective, 2) it's an official trailer, 3) if you can't stand anything spoiled then don't watch fucking previews.
Considering Reddit's habit of thinking literally any plot progression counts as a spoiler, this will immediately make itself pointless.
Then on the flip side, can /sub/movies stop fucking complaining every time a trailer reveals "too much" plot? I respect OP's effort here because this sub is INSUFFERABLE when a trailer is deemed too revealing.