Say what you will about English dubs, but they are, in fact, a thing. With Hayao Miyazaki’s newest film, The Boy and the Heron, soon to be available internationally and outside the film festival circuit, audiences were teased the performances of the English language cast in a new trailer that came out earlier today.Continue reading “‘The Boy and the Heron’ English Dub Given First Look in New Trailer”
Focus Features has just shared the trailer for Asteroid City, which will be released in select theaters on Friday, June 16 and nationwide on Friday, June 23. The new Wes Anderson film takes place in a fictional American desert town circa 1955.Continue reading “Watch the Official Trailer for Wes Anderson’s ‘Asteroid City’”
I’ve gone on record to discuss in depth my great love for filmmaker, Guillermo Del Toro. I won’t disguise the fact that the man is hands down my favorite filmmaker working today. Sure many love the Spielberg’s, the Campion’s, the Scorsese’s, and with good cause. But for me, no director has ever captivated me with imagination, wit, and maturity than Del Toro. So it should come to the surprise of absolutely no one that I really dug the hell out of Nightmare Alley!Continue reading “NOC Review: A Stunning, Unsettling Trip Down ‘Nightmare Alley’”
Keith are back Dominic on Hard NOC Life with Britney to break down the latest Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer and speculate about whether the Sinister Sixth villain in the Marvel/Sony blockbuster somehow wronged Taylor Swift. They also wonder if Andrew Garfield’s tick…tick…BOOM! press tour couldn’t have come at a worse time.Continue reading “Hard NOC Life 243: ‘Spider-Man’ Trailer (Taylor’s Version)”
STEP RIGHT UP, FOLKS, BECAUSE GUILLERMO DEL TORO IS BACK!
There’s not much more I need to say to generate excitement in fans all over the globe, including yours truly!Continue reading “Man or Beast? The Official Trailer for Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’ Debuts”
Focus Features has just shared the official premiere date and trailer for The Card Counter. The new film is directed and written by Paul Schrader and will be released in theaters on September 10. The talented cast includes Oscar Isaac, Tiffany Haddish, Tye Sheridan, and Willem Dafoe.Continue reading “Get All the Details on ‘The Card Counter’”
I went to Aquaman for two reasons: First, the ticket was free. Second, this is basically underwater Magic Mike, right? I came for the pecs, I stayed for the pecs. But also for the analysis of what it is to be of two cultures. I mean races. I mean… worlds?