Two Trailer Park Movies go round the outside
I love Movie Trailers, love them. If I am late to a movie and miss them, there is part of me seriously thinks about just not going. Well, I wanted to sort through some of the crap out there and tell you which ones to watch, and which ones to avoid. So ...
Sequels normally aren’t great, but when you have great actors come together for round 2, you usually are in for a treat. John Malkovich’s role is brilliant, and even in the preview, you can see how he will steal the show. Mary-Louise Parker is a see-saw to me, sometimes up, sometimes down, but I feel in this movie, she is up. I think this will be a fun one to watch.
When this trailer comes on, I get about as giddy as a fat kid in a candy store. Jackie Robinson changed the game, and I believe this movie will show the world what he did. Harrison Ford, of course, will play an incredible role, and his friend, Pee-Wee, looks like a great character and a good friend to Robinson. Watch and enjoy.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
Steve Carell never really disappoints. Buscemi is always a safe bet, and Jim Carrey, well, he’s Jim Carrey. (Watch old episodes of In Living Colour, because he was brilliant.) Olivia Wilde ain’t tough on the eyes. I think this will be corny, but I really think it will be one to watch.
Hyde Park on Hudson
Bill Murray is brilliant. Laura Linney is great. This is a great story and one that most of America does not know. It will be cool for us to watch this story unfold and to see a different side of an American legend.
You really don’t need to even watch the trailer. It isn’t good, it is a good concept with weird people in the main roles. Not sure Halle Berry screams someone who will save people’s lives. Remember, I warned you.
This is like most of his other movies. And with Kim K as a main character, not sure the Oscars will come calling.