A trailer is recorded on the set of a disaster movie that should entice a mass audience. But it turns out the staging and the voice-over, modelled on the American example, don’t go together well for the hero in the doomsday scenario. All effects are done analogue with cotton wool and led lights, no compositing. This film was shown before The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 1 in every Pathe cinema in the Netherlands.
The trailer for what is supposedly the last Paranormal Activity movie, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, has arrived. And based on its convoluted mythology, maybe it’s best that the franchise is being sent to the other side before things can get even more complicated. With a box full of prophetic VHS, a clunky camcorder equipped for “spirit photography,” and an ominous priest—all callbacks to previous instalments—The Ghost Dimension is clearly designed to answer any lingering questions people who like the Paranormal Activity movies enough to sit through six of the damn things may have.
London in the 1960s, every one had a story about the Krays. They were twins. Check out the first trailer for Legend, a story about two twin brother gangsters from London, played by Tom Hardy. Both of ’em! Hardy plays both Ronald Kray and Reginald Kray in a slightly comedic crime film based on a true story!
While there’s a lot of love out there for Jurassic World, one can’t help but wish that the massive blockbuster sequel was a little more loyal to the original Jurassic Park by having more practical dinosaur effects. Digital effects bring most of the dinosaurs to life in Jurassic World, but at least one pivotal scene made use of an impressive animatronic apatosaurus, for what is probably the most believable dinosaur sequence in the entire movie. And now you can find out how they brought the apatosaurus to life.
In this exclusive clip from Terminator: Genisys, the authorities have apprehended Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator, which probably isn’t the best move on the part of those local authorities — one of whom happens to be brand new Oscar winner J.K. Simmons. But, wait are these police officers who they even say they are?
Shia LaBeouf’s viral motivational speech has received a Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice makeover. Appropriately titled “Dawn of Do It,” the video is a hilarious mashup of LaBeouf’s infamous motivational speech and the Batman vs. Superman movie trailer. LaBeouf is shown behind Batman attempting to push Batfleck into fighting the Man of Steel. It’s nothing short of internet gold.
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring “the Martian” home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible rescue mission.
In Rogue Nation, the IMF team is being targeted by the powerful and mysterious Syndicate. To make matters worse, they even have the CIA gunning for them. The new trailer is pretty exciting, with a breathtaking sequence that shows a fearless Ethan Hunt diving into 70,000 gallons of pressurised water with no oxygen, thanks. At 52, Cruise still brings it. Check it out!
The Point Break remake is still seven months away, but the trailer that was released earlier this week has already created a lot of emotional responses from fans of the original film from 1991. Whether you liked it or hated it, Johnny Utah’s line “I believe that like me, the people behind the robberies are extreme athletes” seems destined to be an internet meme for many years to come.
One of the many reasons MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is so successful as an action film is the editing style. By using “Eye Trace” and “Crosshair Framing” techniques during the shooting, the editor could keep the important visual information vital in one spot, the centre of the frame. Because almost every shot was centre framed, comprehending the action requires no hunting of each new shot for the point of interest.
You know what happens in a real earthquake? A pause. And then slight confusion. And then frantically trying to remember what school taught you on where you should go. And then panic because you don’t remember. You know what happens when you film an earthquake disaster movie such as San Andreas? Comedy.
It’s like Jesse Eisenberg is slowly evolving into a badass. Starting out whining like a bitch in Adventureland, learned how to use firearms but was still a bitch in Zombieland, now this, and next he’s going to be Lex f**king Luthor. Funny how he still has the same girlfriend from Adventureland though. Dude’s loyal, I can respect that. Will you watch it?