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02.05.08 65 Comments

This is the newest trailer for Flawless, a diamond heist flick starring Demi Moore and Michael Caine set in 60s London.  He’s way older than her but I think it’d be nice if they fell in love because it seems less gross than her and Ashton Kutcher.  I just picture Demi Moore taking anti-depressants and drinking martinis and staring out the kitchen window while Kutch plays video games.

Brief Note: Since I was on my third trailer post of the morning, I figured I’d post some of the trailers I’ve missed lately. 

Life Before Her Eyes – “Based on the best-selling novel by Laura Kasischke, Life Before Her Eyes is a dramatic thriller about Diana (Oscar-nominee Uma Thurman), a suburban wife and mother who begins to question her seemingly perfect life—and perhaps her sanity—on the 15th anniversary of a tragic high school shooting that took the life of her best friend.”  I was thinking Evan Rachel Wood is hot and feeling gross about it ‘cause she’s 19.  But then I remembered she’s boning Marilyn Manson.  Ahh, now I feel way less gross. 

The Grand – Looks like Poker’s getting the Best in Show treatment. I’m offended. First, they tried to pass it off as a Christopher Guest movie when it’s not.  Next, they tried to sneak a Brett Ratner cameo past me.  Not gonna happen, fellas. I can smell him.  He smells not unlike microwave Chimichangas.  

Son of Rambow
“Set on a long English summer in the early 8O:s, Son Of Rambow is a comedy about friendship, faith and the weird business of growing up.”  Fartwarming.

Where in the World is Osama Bin Ladin
Organ Spurcock Morgan Spurlock’s follow up to Super Size Me.  I like the National Treasure parody at the beginning.  I don’t like Spurlock’s Fu Manchu.  Dude?  And I’m saying this as a friend?  You look like you direct gay porn.

88 Minutes
This movie’s actually old.  It went direct to DVD, and then the studio changed its mind and gave it a theatrical release.  Think about this: how bad does a movie starring Al Pacino have to be to go direct to DVD?  It’s nice to see Ryan from The OC can still ruin everything.  Go back to Chino, bro. 

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