The trailer is visually amazing and I love that dramatic music that accompanies it.
This film is directed by Tom Ford, ultimate former designer for Gucci and international man of leisure. I remember when he was stepping down from Gucci he said something about pursuing a career in acting or film. And years passed by and the only thing anyone seen of his work was back in the fashion world with an expensive line for men
of leisure. This guy is completely multi-talented and from the trailer you know at least this will be a visually moving picture.
I am not sure of the plot, but its an adaption of a 1964 novel written by Christopher Isherwood, by the same title. Plus for my Mad Men fans out there that was wondering the parallels in aesthetics, yes you have a good eye because Ford got the help of the production designers from AMC's Mad Men while making this film.
directed by Mike Judge (Office Space, Idiocracy, King of the Hill)
Ben Affleck looks like a hobo, I didn't recognize him until they mention him in the credits.
Next great movie about pyshic soldiers...
Starring: George Clooney, Ewan McGregor, Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bridges
I feel only horror films direct from Asian can give the real chills. This flick is directed by Korean Filmmaker Park Chan-wook of Joint Security Area, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, and I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK.
One of my most antipated films for 09'. 1. I am a fan of most all Woody Allen Films and 2. Curb your Enthusiasm and Sienfeld are amazing. So how can there be a better collaboration the these kings of indirect comedy.
And Woody if you are reading this I know you are filming your next flick in London with the beautiful Frieda Pinto, so if you need any interns or assistance, holla.
I am fan of Zach Galifianakis, but seriously,who wants a remake of 'Dude Where is My Car,' pretty much the only reason I have posted this trailer is for everyone to catch the Mike Tyson Cameo of him rocking out to some old school Phil Collins, predictable but still priceless.
Awaydays, based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Sampson, is a movie about teenage angst, football hooliganism, drugs, rock n’ roll, and fashion. Set in Birkenhead, England in 1979, the film follows 19-year-old Paul Carty, who somehow finds his way to become a member of the Pack, one of the more well known football gangs Paul has been fascinated with ever since he started going to matches. The Pack is popular for their effeminate style, wedge haircuts, Lacoste tennis shirts, Adidas trainers, and Lois Jeans, and they are the rivals of other gangs such as the Bootboys and the Boneheads.
In UK Theaters May 22 (What a tease, going have wait for the DVD)
The long awaited trailer of Maurice Sendak's Classic "Where the Wild Things Are."
Jim Hansen Production
Spike Jonze Direction
Music: "Awake" by Arcade Fire