Here are some trailers for movies premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah (The Sprite State) this weekend. Sundance trailers can be fun, even if none of them involve zombies or vampires.
Though I could’ve sworn this was a porno, the real rundown is "Faced with a demotion, a pending divorce, and less-than-friendly neighbors, a man pins his hopes for salvation on finding his missing cat, Goliath." Yep, chasing pussy is often the only thing that seems worth doing these days. Ugh, sorry for that.
Bottle Shock (after the jump)
"The story of the early days of California wine making featuring the now infamous, blind Paris wine tasting of 1976 that has come to be known as ‘Judgment of Paris.’" I consider myself a bit of a wine snob – anything that costs more than two buck Chuck is flummery, as far as I’m concerned. Oh, and the guy who directed this also did The Sixth Man and Houseguest. Is Sinbad still alive? Email me if you’re out there, man.
Downloading Nancy (watch it here – NWS)
"Directed Johan Renck and starring Maria Bello, Jason Patric, Rufus Sewell, and Amy Brenneman. The tale of an unhappy wife whose online search for someone to put her out of her misery results in a torturous love affair." Dude, does Maria Bello ever have clothes on? If suicidal chicks were naked this often, I’d shoot heroin in the park more. This sounds a little like the German dude who found a guy to kill and eat him on the internet. No wonder it was the only country where David Hasselhoff had a music career.