Friday, July 31, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
This news is fine with me, as long as we don't get another The Cat in the Hat. My god, that movie was awful, even children should be offended at how dumb that movie is. How the Grinch Stole Christmas though, now that's another story. I loved Jim Carrey in that.
Either way, Dr. Seuss classics are coming to life as the years go by. Good thing? Or should they stay a creative part of a child's imagination? You be the judge.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Nonetheless, the movie will be out shortly. Here's a couple of tid bits about the movie:
It will be directed by Jimmy Hayward, who comes from an animation background with Pixar. He's animated on movies like Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monster's Inc., Finding Nemo, Robots and Horton Hears a Who. Wow, good list of movies.
The movie stars Josh Brolin from No Country For Old Men (a personal favorite of Matt and I).
Also stars the always terrific John Malkovich, you all know him from Con Air and maybe even Rounders.
Eye candy: Megan Fox... a freakin' terrible across who built a career solely based on her looks. Oh well, she wont have to do much in this movie OTHER than look good.
We just discussed in the posting prior to this one, how the comic book genre is in full swing, and we don't see any signs of it slowing down! Warner Bros. is taking on the film, and they know a thing or two about superhero movies.
Dave McNary at Variety reported today that Castlevania, the popular video game would be adapted to the big screen. The game is about Vampires battling Belmonts every hundred or so years. Steven Paul is producing (Ghost Rider). Saw director, James Wan, has signed on to direct the film. The video game first came onto the scene in 1986 in Japan. Crystal Sky Entertainment bought the rights to a picture in 2005, but nothing ever took off because of the Writer's strike.
My only worry with this news is that a new trend will begin, the video game adaptation trend. I don't think I have much to worry about though. In order for a trend like this to occur: A. The movies have to be good, and B. They need to make a lot of money. That's what lead to the Comic Book movie trend we're seeing a lot of these days. A. The movies are good, i.e. Iron Man and The Dark Knight. And B. They're making a lot of money, i.e. Wanted and Ghost Rider!
Does anyone else see this trend coming? Before you answer, remember that Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Tekken are coming soon.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Browsing around vimeo.com, and I came across this video of Director Stephen Sommers explaining the Paris chase scene in G.I. Joe. I have to be honest, this movie looks terrible. I could tell which shots were legit versus the CGI (computer generated images) ones. Darn man, why does Hollywood keep finding ways to ruin recycled material?! J-K. Well I'm not kidding, but this movie had so much potential, I'm already writing this one off. See the entire video, and let us know what you think.
G.I. JOE - Stephen Sommers in Paris from PPC Interactive on Vimeo.
Two-Disc Special Edition Specs:
The X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2-Disc Special Edition DVD is presented in widescreen (FOX TO PROVIDE ASPECT RATIO) with English 5.1 Dolby Surround and French / Spanish Dolby Surround along with English / French / Spanish subtitles. Special features include:
Commentary by Director Gavin Hood
Commentary by Producers Lauren Shuler Donner and Ralph Winter
The Roots of Wolverine: A Conversation with X-Men creators Stan Lee and Len Wein
“Wolverine Unleashed: The Complete Origins” featurette
Deleted and Alternate Scenes
Alternate Tag Scene: Japan
Anti-Smoking PSA: Bubbles
Sony Pictures owns the rights to the movie, and I doubt they'll let it go. The challenge now is, how to make a movie different from Transformers and The Power Rangers? I seriously don't have the answer. Does anyone have any suggestions? Please voice your opinion in the comment section.
Picture from Deviant art, artist: JPRart
Buuut, the studio is going in another direction; it has opted for motion capture technology like The Polar Express used, as well as the upcoming Disney's: A Christmas Carol. The 2005 movie had a "budget [that] climbed from an initial US$150 million to a record-breaking $207 million", states Wikipedia. HOLY WOW. That's a lot of money. We'll see that happens as time goes on. I was thinking to myself the other day that a King Kong sequel is overdue, even if I wasn't a fan of the Peter Jackson film.
It's good question to ponder. Books, plays and short stories make for great movies, but video games do not? Why? Maybe the right people haven't been placed in a position to do so. Maybe there isn't enough detail in a video game to create a world on film. Whatever it may be, we need better video game movies! Comment after the jump. The two pictures are courtesy of Geek Tyrant. Looks simply amazing! Wow... I can't wait for this movie.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Wow... Matt and I made a conscious decision not to post information unless it was something we're passionate about, I'm sorry we're going against that right now. G-Force, the Disney 3D animation picture has taken this week's box office from Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. The movie opened to 32+ million dollars. Harry Potter followed suit with 30 million dollars. The other movies opening this week were The Ugly Truth which took in a respectable 27 million dollars, and Orphan, taking in 12.8 million dollars.
Yes G-Force made a lot of money, but that was to be expected with the hype, and it being a family friendly pic. The surprise of the week was The Ugly Truth starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler. Their chemistry was obviously playing well to audiences because Rotten Tomatoes gave the picture a horrible 15% approval rating from critics. But the crowds have spoken and Heigl and Butler are the new Queen and King of the Rom-Com genre. Here are the rest of the top ten:
1. "G-Force," $32.2 million.
2. "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," $30 million.
3. "The Ugly Truth," $27 million.
4. "Orphan," $12.8 million.
5. "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs," $8.2 million.
6. "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," $8 million.
7. "The Hangover," $6.5 million.
8. "The Proposal," $6.4 million.
9. "Public Enemies," $4.2 million.
10. "Bruno," $2.7 million.
Saturday, July 25, 2009
We're going to shoot 'Pirates 4' in April or May of next year. We are going to release it hopefully in 2011 is the plan... hopefully be the first of another trilogy.Sounds like we've got 4, 5 and 6 ahead of us!? Stay tuned for more!
Holy wow... I remember seeing TRON as a kid and wondering, 'how the heck did they do that'. Here we are some 27 years later, I'm watching the trailer to TRON Legacy and wondering... HOW THE HELL DID THEY DO THAT!?!?! The movie will be 3D and obviously released by Disney. The story will follow Jeff Bridges son, as he tries to find his lost father. Enjoy this one folks!
Friday, July 24, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
The official posters of "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" have been released by Empire, and they look great.
I remember Tony being excited for this movie ever since the first pictures were released of Jake Gyllenhaal in costume. I myself rushed out and got my hands on a copy of the best-selling PS2 game to play before the movie comes out.
The film is being directed by Mike Newell ("Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire"), so there should be a decent amount of story. It's being produced by action movie producer guru Jerry Bruckheimer, so I'm guessing that this movie will most likely feature cool looking acrobatic moves over the story. The movie, after all, is based on the Ubisoft video game series, which itself is based on a classic side-scrolling game. I hope these posters will prove me a bit wrong...
The movie will co-star Sir Ben Kingsley Alfred Molina, and Gemma Arterton as the Princess.
Let's hope the film's look and feel match the artsy feeling of these posters.
Awesome work from Disney here.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Friday, July 17, 2009
2007's "Grindhouse," which had two separate features films directed by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino respectively, had faux movie trailers in between the real two features. One of the trailers was for an action picture called "Machete," starring Danny Trejo (Con Air) as a machete-wielding Mexican ex-Federale bent on revenge after being double-crossed by a corrupt state senator named McLaughlin.
Well Robert Rodriguez is now bringing this entertaining little trailer to life in the form of a full-length feature.
Bloody Disgusting has posted some very interesting casting news recently.
Aside from the obvious Danny Trejo being cast as "Machete," they are reporting that Michelle Rodriguez (Fast & Furious) is set to play the character "Luz," Jonah Hill (Superbad) will play "Julio," and the Robert DeNiro will play "Senator McLaughlin."
Hmmm... I can see Michelle Rodriguez cast in this movie. That makes sense.
And Robert DeNiro being cast, while totally awesome, isn't much of a shocker either. Tarantino and DeNiro have strong ties leading back to "Jackie Brown," and seeing how Tarantino and Rodriguez are very close friends, this one is very possible.
The surprise here is Jonah Hill. This news, if true, leads me to believe that the film will probably have the same underlying comedy cheesiness of the original trailer.
The Hollywood Reporter announced the news that Australian actor Xavier Samuel will play the character Riley in the "Twilight" Saga sequel "Eclipse," the third installment of the popular book series by Stephanie Meyer.
If you're a fan of Aussie cinema, you may have seen him in the films "Newcastle" or "September." This will be his first U.S. role.
This is the first major casting news for "Eclipse." The film is expected to start shooting next month in Vancouver with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Troy Lautner.
The latest Entertainment Weekly issue was kind enough to publish these exclusive photos of Scarlett Johansson as the Russian Natasha Romanoff, aka "Iron Man's" Black Widow.
Friday's issue includes a full Comic Con preview and features the "Iron Man" cast on the cover.
We here at AtD are glad she isn't looking quite like her usual self and notice that the suit looks a lot more like it's from the real world then taken out of a comic book. While it's a cool idea, I hope it looks a little more cartoony than that, just to match the feels of Downey Jr. and Rourke's costumes.
Although I'm diggin' the red hair.
Can't wait for IM2!
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Yes. That’s huge.
I loved so many things about this movie I don’t even know where to start.
Let's start with the story. The movie is about one of the greatest gangsters from the Depression era, John Dillinger (Johnny Depp). Based on a book about Dillinger, this movie is said to be the most accurate retelling of his life. Dillinger is a bank robber whose charisma and Robin Hood-like character make him the people’s hero, but his success and ability to jump prisons make him the law enforcement’s number one ‘public enemy.’ The FBI creates a special division to bring down Dillinger and his counterparts. The man they ask to head the division is Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale). That, without giving away anything, is the story.
The beauty of this movie is not so much the story but the way in which the director brings it to life. Michael Mann takes an epic movie and adds the artiness of an indie. He seamlessly weaves different forms of storytelling, with random shots that should seem out of place but instead just create a beautiful, eclectic piece of art. And that is what this film really is – ART. So, while I can understand how some people might find parts of the story a bit slow, or things a little too mismatched, I find that those elements made the story that much better.
Then there’s Johnny.
I was trying to explain this to someone but couldn’t but I’m going to try again. Ok. So, there’s a scene in the beginning of the movie and Johnny has to make this decision in the back of a getaway car (that’s all I’ll say) and after he makes the hard, but right, call he turns and just frowns… but I swear I’ve never seen this man’s face frown this way before. Like I’ve never seen his mouth bend down on the sides that way before. I have this innate ability to catch on to mannerisms in different actors but this man does what an actor is supposed to do and creates new mannerisms for each new character he portrays. I’m telling you, and I know how crazy this sounds, I saw this scene and my mouth dropped. I could go on about his accent, his walk, the way he jumps over the bank counter… but I’ll just say that Johnny Depp does not disappoint in this one. The same goes for Christian Bale, again, another amazing performance. Also, for the people who care, the scenes they share are fun to watch – but there aren’t nearly enough. The star-studded cast also includes the amazing Marion Cotillard. No one disappoints. Oh and for the fans of Channing Tatum – he’s in the movie! It’s short, because let’s face it the man has the looks but that’s about it at this point.
Something that really made the movie amazing for me is the way they played with the music and sound effects. Some scenes were eerily quite, reminiscent of “No Country for Old Men,” they rely exclusively on the power of the actor’s voice. Other scenes not only use music to explain things, the music becomes a part of the storyline. I can’t explain it better than that.
After the movie was over I learned some interesting things like the fact that the whole movie only covers a 13-month period – which doesn’t mean much until you see the film. Also, a number of scenes were filmed in the actual locations in which they occurred.
I went to see "Public Enemies" with two other girls who have very different tastes in movies, and all three of us loved the movie. I’ve read the reviews, I understand what the critics haven’t liked and I understand that this story has been told before, but I disagree with the argument that this movie is unneeded.
“Public Enemies” is a thoroughly enjoyable, well-made movie that serves as a much-needed break from this summer’s line of cheap commercial hits.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
These experiments include creating people with special powers. But the script is so bad, so filled with plot holes, bounces around between the future, the past and the present, you don't know what is going on. So? If you're going to have a movie that is not about story or script, there's a ton of action to substitute correct? Wrong. There is only one "action" sequence at the end of the movie which does NOT make up for the first two hours. The special powers are so silly, you're not impressed by them. By the end of the movie, you should WANT the special powers the characters have, not hate them.
The acting is sub par considering the stars of the movie. Dakota Fanning does well in a full cast of adults, she really holds her own. Chris Evans just has a lost look on his face the whole movie. And as far as Djimon Hounsou, I've already seen him in this movie... oh wait, it was called The Island! In that movie he was an agent trying to recover the people who got away. Come on man... seriously?
The director did nothing, NOTHING to help this horrible script. His choice of wardrobe, set design, score, nothing helps. The telekinetic powers look great, and that's it. I want someone, anyone to go rent this movie, DON'T BUY IT, please don't waste that much money. Rent it, and write a short review, I'll post it, I want confirmation about how bad this movie is.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Dorff played the villain in the first movie and there are rumors a new movie is in development surrounding his character. It is more a prequel than a sequel; a way to see how Dorff's character, Deacon Frost, came to be. Normally we ignore rumor and hearsay when it comes to this kind of news. In this case however, the director of Blade, Stephen Norrington, also confirmed the rumor. Here's what Dorff had to say about it to The Sunday Mail:
It will be a prequel to the Blade movies, Deacon's story. It's a new trilogy the director has created. It will cool. We hope to shoot the first film next year. Frost is a character I have never been able to shake.Are you serious? No one knows you for anything else BUT Deacon Frost. Dorff is actually not even that bad of an actor, but who the heck is this guy's agent? Anyway. I doubt this all will happen. Marvel is holding their properties so close to the chest that I really don't see them letting go of a viable, commercially successful Blade franchise to just anyone. So we'll have to wait and see. Would you go watch a Deacon Frost focused movie?
Monday, July 6, 2009
After seeing the previews to this chick flick, and Friday night rolling around, I had to choose between either this movie or “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” and girlfriend demanded we had to watch “The Proposal.”
I’ve always liked Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, and when I got the hint that they would be paired up in a comedy chick flick I gave in pretty quickly to the girlfriend’s demands.
The movie’s plot is basic. Sandra Bullock plays Margaret Tate and Ryan Reynolds plays Andrew Paxton. They both work for a book publishing company. Margaret is the head editor. She’s the typical in-your-face, “I-will-fire-you-for-breathing-too-hard” kind of boss, and demands perfection from all of her employees at all times. This includes her personal assistant Andrew, who spends every waking moment on call to his boss’ needs to make sure every single one of her demands are met on time and without fuss. Margaret gets notice that she’s about to be deported back to Canada for an expired visa, and blackmails her assistant Andrew into marrying her so she can stay in the country for good. Andrew uses this opportunity to make a few demands himself, which forces their relationship to flip around, giving Andrew the upper hand, and he begins to take control of things.
To make their marriage seem more legitimate to authorities, they decide to take a trip to see Andrew’s family in the great state of Alaska, in which they have to spend the weekend together to learn everything about each other. Let the games begin! From here on out the real movie begins and it is pure, non-stop comedy.
The casting in this movie couldn’t have been any better. I really didn’t have a doubt in my mind that Ryan Reynolds was going to own the comedic part of this movie, but I was dead wrong. It was all Sandra Bullock. Her performance reminds me of the movie she did a while back called “Two Weeks Notice” with Hugh Grant. This is the same kind of witty comedy you’d expect from her. The movie also stars Betty White. Yep, that’s right; the Golden Girl is back in the house, who I heard “steals the movie,” and I’ll back that statement up a hundred percent. And if you’re fan of “The Office” on NBC, be sure to check out Oscar Nuñez. He doesn’t have many lines in the movie, but you’re going to laugh your butt off at the madness of his role.
This movie is going to go down as an instant classic in my book, the kind of movie that you could see over and over, I personally want to see it again just to hear all the lines I missed from everyone laughing so loud. All and all, good stuff, go see it.
I didn’t know much about the movie until I actually saw it. Their trailers didn’t really explain the plot other then there was a house, and it was going up! But that didn’t stop me from continuing to support Pixar. I can’t stand it when a movie has such little content that the trailer needs to show every single thing about a movie in order to draw some freaking appeal. It' pathetic. But I guess you can’t blame trailers, because so many movies come out now a days, it’s hard to choose what to watch and what not to watch.
"Up" was a different movie then Pixar usually makes. It drew tears of sadness, and tears for joy. Pixar really took animation to a new level to touch a person’s emotions. Carl Fredrickson, “the old man”, recently lost his wife and begins a new chapter of his life to pursue a dream they both had on his own, and finds a little help on the way. Mr. Fredrickson was living in a world beyond his own, and was soon being forced into a retirement home. He decides there’s nothing left for him now but to finally get away to a place he and his late wife had dreamed of their whole lives. All he needed was a compass, supplies, thousands of balloons, and the little piece of paradise in South America. His sidekick is an 8 year old boy named Russell, who is trying to help Mr. Fredrickson in order to receive his wilderness explorer "assisting the elderly" badge. Along the way he finds help from a curious pet bird, and a brave talking dog. They battle to help the bird, who Russell named Kevin, get back to her babies against a man named Charles Muntz that Mr. Fredrickson used to idolize as a child. Charles Muntz wanted to prove to the rest world that he was the ultimate explorer and the rare bird named Kevin was the missing link to prove it. He’s protected and cared for by a crew of talking dogs.
Like I said this movie was extremely entertaining, just not one of Pixar’s best. It’s hard to top movies like "The Incredibles," or "Ratatouille," but it's still amazing in its own right. It had very little dialog, like "Wall-E," but way more of a human element.
The other thing I like about Pixar movies is that they appeal to all ages. Most movies can’t do that. Most movies really focus their attention on a specific genre of people, whether it's a chick flick, comedy, action, or drama. Pixar, on the other hand, really packs a punch and includes a little bit of everything. Movies like this one really show that animated movies are going to stay in high demand, and more and more companies are going to follow in Pixar’s footsteps.
I guarantee you're going to leave the movie theater saying one word, “Squirrel!”
Friday, July 3, 2009
The comic book was the first of its kind to do so. Deadpool actually goes further than that. He acknowledges that he is a comic book character and sometimes he even references being a Marvel Comic book character specifically. To fans of the comic like myself, this is very exciting news. This means the Fox studio is taking the source material very seriously and hopefully doing a better job in pre-production than Wolverine did. Here are a few snippets from the interview with Reynolds:
The studio's working on a script and trying to find a director. The main goal is to make sure it stays close to the source material. I’ve always been a fan, at least for the last eight or nine years. I feel a bit of validation because I knew going into Wolverine that there’s a huge fan base for this and I don’t think anyone else did.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
I know he'll be able to get the most out of what we want to be an outstanding cast. We really want to go with a character driven action movie, because that's what we all remember about the original Predator, and we want to take it even further with this.I loved the first Predator. I really hope they follow through with their promise to go back to the original's look and feel.
And my opinion isn't even based on rappers switching over to acting. Tupac was an amazing actor, Ice Cube has become a comedic staple in movies, and Snoop Dogg as well. The Game had a small part in a terrible movie (Waist Deep) and a cameo in another (Street Kings). There's nothing on his resume to play such an important character.
The movie already has Liam Neeson as John Smith (Hannibal) and Bradley Cooper as Lt. Templeton Pack (Faceman). We'll have to wait for confirmation on this one.
Peter Jackson revolutionized the way movies are made; kinda. He shot the Lord of the Rings trilogy back-to-back-to-back. Keeping that many characters, sets, special effects, all in your head for that long a period of time is pretty amazing. The 'Pirates' trilogy followed the same technique with parts 2 and 3; but the Avatar trilogy will not. Why? Here's what producer Frank Marshall has to say, via Starlog:
We’re shooting them one at a time, because they’re being written one at a time. [M. Night Shyamalan] is now working on the script for the second movie, but he hasn’t had time to write the second or third ones. He’s looking at the arc of all three. One of the things we’ll be doing is using the sets, ships and elements for each different nation in this film and incorporating them into movies two and three. We’re not waiting. There just isn’t enough time. Night will finish this movie, then the script and then we’ll prepare for the next one. I think it’ll probably happen over six years.
My personal opinion is that they don't trust M. Night Shyamalan. His movies, one after the other, flopped like pancakes. Disney is distributing Avatar and they're not in the business of flops. They like to be hands on during the filming and post-production process. They're not going to let Shyamalan ruin an obvious franchise, so they'll take it one movie at a time. What do you think? Am I being too harsh on Mr. Shyamalan? Just remember, Unbreakable is one of my all time favorite movies.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" is the film that basically takes that same formula and just tweaks each item around a little bit - just not correctly. Some of the special effects in this movie are just badass, plain and simple. There is one scene when Optimus Prime is fighting a gang of Decepticons on his own in a forest (and winning) which was just sooo freakin' cool to watch. It reminded me of the scene in Peter Jackson's "King Kong" when Kong takes on the Tyrannosaurus Rexes. Yes, it's that cool, if not cooler (because it's freakin' robots with freakin' laser beams!).
The only problem was that there weren’t enough cool, important fight scenes like this particular one (If you've seen it already, then you understand what I mean by important). And considering it comes pretty early in the movie, it makes all the other action sequences seem sub-par. I found myself not caring about why they were happening. There were just too many insignificant ones that had no value. Too much action does not equal too much cool. Too much action equals too much mundane insignificance.
The story starts out pretty good, if mildly confusing, at the beginning. It then starts developing some plot holes here and there (unexplained teleportation?) and becomes too over done.
About halfway through is when it starts getting to the point of "get on with it already." Mr. Bay can direct the hell out of an action sequence, but Lord knows he isn't a Scorsese when it comes to story telling (ahem... "Pearl Harbor").
The story was also meant to have a kind of "a-ha!" moment toward the end, but after a visit from robot deities and pyramid conspiracies and other ridiculous happenings, it instead had me saying “I don't care."
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Mr. LaBeouf does a fine job this time around. The kid's greatly talented, and that's that. Megan Fox is in this film purely to be exploited eye candy. She's given a crappy line here and there which is usually just cheesy enough to keep female audiences from rioting at how she's depicted visually. There is something wrong when I tell other guys my opinion about the film - how I mostly disliked it - and all I hear back from them is "Yeah, but Megan Fox is hot, right?" That irks me. It should irk you, too.
Another thing this movie has working against it is the length. Holy crap. It's almost 3 hours long, and I blame it on all the slo-mo. If all the slow motion in "Revenge of the Fallen" had been normal speed, the movie would have probably been 45 minutes shorter. I mean seriously, do we need a slow motion shot of a Megan Fox facial reaction? It's ridiculous. Remember when Dave Chappelle had the "everything's cooler in slo-mo" skit? Yeah, well, it was supposed to be a joke, Mr. Bay. Dave Chappelle is a comedian who was making fun of exactly what's done in your films. I'm sure you love Dave as much as anyone else, but you don't have to be the one providing his energon; fueling his fire.
To wrap up, this movie had over done special effects, a stupid story, and ok acting. Worst of all, it just wouldn't end. I also thought it was racist, but I’m not getting into that one. And aside from ogling the pretty girls and slurping up the eye candy of some of the fights, the only other thing I enjoyed was Julie White as Sam's (Shia) mother. She was hilarious. Oh, and the always awesome John Turturro, of course.
Tony, I totally agree with you on this one.
Overall, this is a disappointing follow up to a great original. My movie-buff cousin Jen said it best: "It lacks soul," (and she isn't as harsh when grading movies like I am). People who think that you can’t have good acting, story, character, etc. in an action movie need only to watch “Iron Man.” It is far, far, far superior than this film. Unless you're a big Transformers fan, skip this movie. Otherwise, if you just want to see pure action for 2.5 hours, see it, but make sure to check your brain - and your heart - at the door.
Thanks to traileraddict.com
Planet 51 looks like an interesting take on aliens and humans. What if WE, the humans, were the unwanted visitors? Ever thought of it that way? Well Planet 51 attempts to do just that. When I saw the teaser trailer a few months ago, I instantly fell in love. Here now is the full trailer, brought to you by Yahoo Videos. Enjoy!
Hey guys, this movie looks like it has potential, but I'm not quite sure about it yet. It stars Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crasher), Jon Favreau (Iron Man Director), Jason Bateman (Hancock), Kristen Bell (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Kristin Davis (Sex and the City), Jean Reno (The Pink Panther), Malin Akerman (Watchmen), Faizon Love (Friday) and Ken Jeong (Knocked Up). That's an ensemble cast if I've ever seen one! The story is about four couples who retreat to a vacation spot to work on all of their relationships, and craziness ensues. Check out it, here's the link to the trailer.