This Month’s Hollywood Trailers: Non-Stop, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Endless Love

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    Non-Stop looks like another Taken movie with Liam Neeson doing similar role.

    The Grand Budapest Hotel looks like another Wes Anderson movie similar to Moonrise Kingdom. Don’t like his movies. Too weird for me.

    Had watched the original Endless Love just recently.

    “Endless Love After 15-year-old Jade’s father bars her boyfriend, 17-year-old David, from their home, David becomes obsessed with Jade and his burning passion for her — setting off on a course that leads to tragedy in this passionate drama.

    Movie was bad and very weird. There are weird scenes like the 15 year old daughter casually saying Hi to her father while going into her room to have sex with her boyfriend and the mother watching and almost enjoying her 15 year old daughter having sex.

    Brooke Shields looked very pretty but her acting was bad. Martin Hewitt was bad too. James Spader plays Brooke’s brother. This is Tom Cruise’s debut movie and he is in one scene.

    The song Endless Love from the movie by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross was nominated for an Oscar. It’s music is used almost throughout the movie.”

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      Baba 7 years ago

      “weird scenes like the 15 year old daughter casually saying Hi to her father while going into her room to have sex with her boyfriend and the mother watching and almost enjoying her 15 year old daughter having sex.”

      looks like a good film

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      shan 7 years ago

      Isnt Endless Love one of the inspirations for the Vikram Bhatt dud Aetbaar starring Amitabh, tub of butter and plank of wood? The other inspiration was Fear, if I am not wrong.

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        sputnik 7 years ago

        Have not seen Aetbaar or Fear but after reading the plots from wikipedia Aetbaar looks more like a copy of Fear. There may be some slight similarities between Endless Love and Aetbaar.

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    shinji 7 years ago

    Reboot of jack Ryan! ( They are going to release this is memory of Tom Clancy! )

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    shinji 7 years ago

    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Trailer 2 ( Guys you should check the First Trailer too.. )

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    shinji 7 years ago

    Hercules

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    shinji 7 years ago

    oops .. missed it

    btw I love this song that plays in the background!

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    shinji 7 years ago

    Charlie Countryman

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      sputnik 7 years ago

      This is funny.

      Shia LaBeouf Accused Of Plagiarism In His Short Film, Then Plagiarizes His Apology

      Shia LaBeouf made a short film about critics. That in itself was enough to earn an avalanche of attention when the film, “HowardCantour.com,” debuted online yesterday, available for a wide audience for the first time after premiering at Cannes in 2012. Critics are totally unaccustomed to anyone looking at them, much less to being portrayed by Jim Gaffigan and Thomas Lennon as they mouth pitch perfect lines like “I love these publicists—they always spring for the good cookies.” “HowardCantour.com” could have been a train-wreck vanity project from an actor who’d always seemed prickly to critics, but instead it was interesting and thoughtful. The reception was surprisingly warm. That is, until the accusations of plagiarism began.

      This being the Internet, with much better access to Google than a theater at Cannes, it took no time at all for baffled writers to realize LaBeouf’s film was a very close adaptation of a comic strip by Ghost World and Art School Confidential author Daniel Clowes, called “Justin M. Damiano.” Same characters, different names, same lines of dialogue—the connection is unmistakable. And it didn’t take long for the uproar to get back to LaBeouf, who then password-protected the film and issued a series of tweets by way of apology.

      Ready for yet another twist? That first part of the apology—”Copying isn’t a particularly creative work”—was itself copied from Yahoo Answers, as pointed out by Buzzfeed’s Jordan Zakarin. The writer also got in touch with Clowes, who said he’d first heard of LaBeouf’s adaptation yesterday morning, when friends sent him the link: “I was shocked, to say the least, when I saw that he took the script and even many of the visuals from a very personal story I did six or seven years ago and passed it off as his own work. I actually can’t imagine what was going through his mind.”

      Shia LaBeouf may be an amateur filmmaker, but he’s not an amateur filmmaker who gets to claim naivete. He has been acting since he was 12. He has worked for Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, Oliver Stone, Robert Redford, and Lars von Trier. He is surrounded, both professionally and privately, by people who know perfectly well that even when a newspaper article inspires you to write a story, you give it credit. It is possible that LaBeouf didn’t tell any of the dozens of people who worked on “HowardCantour.com” about Clowes’s comic. But it seems impossible that LaBeouf himself never supposed that his adaptation was the kind of thing that demanded credit.

      Then again… how could he have possibly thought he’d get away with it? Nobody said anything when the film screened at Cannes, sure, but that’s an incredibly small audience compared to the Internet, where no indie comic is too small to be defended by its ardent fans. Clowes’s original comic appeared in the anthology collection The Book of Other People, a charity effort that directed all proceeds to Dave Eggers’s 826NYC non-profit. By adapting the comic without permission LaBeouf isn’t taking money away from the charity or Clowes himself; it is a fairly victimless crime of omission. But for a guy who can’t seem to catch a break, between feuding with Alec Baldwin and getting into a bar brawls, it can’t help to cross a beloved indie artist who did his work for charity. It’s a shame, too—the film is actually pretty good.

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues International Trailer *ing Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Christina Applegate

    The Book Thief Official Trailer *ing Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson

    Hours Official Trailer *ing Paul Walker on Hurricane Katrina

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    Labor Day Official Trailer *ing Kate Winselt, Josh Brolin

    Ender’s Game Official Trailer *ing Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley

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    John Galt 7 years ago

    Labor Day looks fantastic..

    Fs- Do you remember a few days ago I mention Thank you for smoking to you…its by the same director.

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      FS 7 years ago

      I even saw that movie suprabh & liked it but it was more performance oriented & director had nothing much to showcase his talent

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        John Galt 7 years ago

        Yes, agree it was more performance oriented but I think the direction was really crisp too..Watch his other directed movies… Juno, Up in the air…I think he’s a really talented guy.

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          sputnik 7 years ago

          Liked Up in the Air a lot. Young Adult was ok – a bit slow paced. It was like a serious, darker version of My Best Friend’s Wedding. Have not seen Juno.

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          FS 7 years ago

          I watched for first 15-20 minutes of Juno but it didn’t hold my attention may be because I had some other thing on my mind. Will try to watch that again.

          I liked Up in the Air more than Descendants.

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    Prem 7 years ago

    3 Days to Kill Trailer

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    Prem 7 years ago

    ‘Grand Piano’ Trailer

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    cr7 7 years ago

    Produced by Nolan. Looks interesting .Depp and Morgan freeman is a fantastic cast.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=P55YYdj6OX4

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    cr7 7 years ago

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    Saurabh 7 years ago

    Directed by Oscar Winner and former softcore porn cinematographer Wally Pfister. Chris Nolan’s former DP’s directorial debut. Stellar cast comprises of Johnny Depp, Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman, Paul Bettany, REbecca Hall.

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