Smart ladies love movies, this week in trailers, April 13, 2015


Movie Trailer Monday

Each week I review movie trailers that came out the previous week or for movies that are about to premiere. Some of these movies I am excited about, some I am mildly curious about, and the rest I make fun of!

Notable movies coming out this weekend

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Nothing is opening this weekend–my choices were this and Disney’s Monkey Kingdom, so I flipped a coin and Paul Blart won –enjoy??? [Seriously, who asked for this movie? The cast is pretty diverse, though, so good job Hollywood! -M]

Lost River, is out onDemand and for Rent

That weird movie that Ryan Gosling directed is now available to watch at home on your couch. [Why does every actor want to be a director? It’s like all my teacher friends who want to be administrators but find out that sucks in its own way. The acting in this trailer reminds me of David Lynch movies. -M]

Movies I can’t wait to see in an ACTUAL theater

The D Train, May 8, 2015

I read a lot about this movie when it premiered at Sundance and I enjoyed the trailer a lot. I used to hate James Marsden but really I just hate Cyclops (he is so boring), he has become a really great comedian. [I have loved James Marsden since his time on Ally McBeal. I saw Mike White in the trailer and got so excited that I thought he wrote it, but alas, he did not. This looks really enjoyable, you know, for a movie NOT written by Mike White. -M]

I won’t go to an ACTUAL theater but will pay for it on Amazon

Southpaw, July 31, 2015

This movie looks fantastic, but it has a trailer that explains too much, which I hate. I would go see this if you just showed the boxing and told me it was co-written by Kurt Sutter. [I would advise NOT watching the trailer, as it basically follows the plot of the movie. But Jake Gyllenhall makes interesting choices so this might go somewhere unexpected? -M]

You would have to PAY me to see it in an ACTUAL theater

Skin Trade, April 23, 2015 (online) & May 8, 2015 (in theaters)

This movie looks like a terrible Liam Neeson knock-off but I do love the way Dolph Lundgren reads his lines, he is very serious. [RON PERLMAN!!!!!! There is truly nothing else to say when Ron Perlman is involved. He’s just the best. -M]

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