We are accustomed to seeing very aggressive bank robbers in films. Some so hostile they resort to taking hostages or mowing down people with their heavy artillery. But every once in a while, you get a different kind of bank robber. One that is unconventional. And that is what you will see in The Old Man and the Gun starring Robert Redford.
Fox Searchlight has released a new trailer for the film, which doesn’t hide the fact that it is partially based on a true story. But the most interesting thing about it is that this film feels unlike any other bank robbery or heist film in terms of its cast, how it was shot, and even the music. Everything about it feels like a callback to the movies of old. Check out the trailer below.
It’s easy to say that indie darlings will be one of the most talked about films of the year, but for a film like Sorry to Bother You, it may live up to that.
Boots Riley‘s directorial effort is being hailed as one of the most wildly innovative films of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and now it will hit theaters later this year. And believe me, the things that this trailer has, it is so out there, it’s going to make you want to see it as soon as it opens. Check out the first trailer for the film below.
Paramount Pictures has released the second trailer for Chris Wedge‘s Monster Truck. And it is exactly like it sounds. It’s a monster in a truck. If that doesn’t sound special or like something that might appeal to you, then you should know that this is one of the films that Paramount predicts they will lose money on. But maybe, just maybe, this is something that will surprise us all. But judging by the way it looks, don’t be surprised if you hear a lot of negative things about it.
An uptight lawyer who is about to get married takes his recently widower grandpa on what he thought would be an average day on a golf course. What could possibly go wrong? A lot when you discover that the man who you thought was a well-respected old fashioned person turns out to be a foul mouthed curmudgeon who hasn’t had sex in 15 years. Such is the basis for the film Dirty Grandpa starring Zac Efron and Robert De Niro.
Lionsgate has just released the newest red band trailer for Dirty Grandpa which features all sorts of devious sex acts, troublemaking, drug use, and other explicit things that can be considered NSFW. So break out those headphones, and make sure no one is watching, because you can watch the latest red band trailer for the film below.
LUV Directed by Sheldon Candis
Starring: Common, Michael Rainey Jr., Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover, Charles S. Dutton, Meagan Good, Michael Kenneth Williams, Clark Johnson, Anwan Glover Indomina Releasing
Rated R | 94 Minutes
Release Date: January 18, 2013
Directed by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Sheldon Candis, LUV features Michael Rainey Jr. as Woody, an 11-year-old boy who gets a crash course in what it means to be a man when he spends a day with his Uncle Vincent (Common).
With his mother in rehab and his father out of the picture, Woody Watson lives with his grandmother (Lonette McKee) in Baltimore, Maryland, and longs to visit his mother in North Carolina at her drug treatment facility.
His charismatic Uncle Vincent has recently returned home to the inner-city streets of Baltimore after eight years in prison, determined to straighten out his life by starting his own business and providing for his family.
Unfortunately, Vincent soon finds himself caught up in the violent world he’s trying to escape – and Woody has to decide whether to follow his childhood hero – or become his own man. LUV features an impressive ensemble of African-American actors including Danny Glover, Charles S. Dutton, Dennis Haysbert, Meagan Good, and Michael Kenneth Williams.