The first trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. comedy Observe and Report, starring Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Ray Liotta and Michael Peña has appeared online this afternoon. And it is dark, funny and all other sorts of awesome.
I hate to be one of those guys who waters this one down to “the one with Jessica Biel as a stripper,” as Powder Blue might have something more to offer than just one of my favorite Jessicas in her naughty clothes, but how else was I going to get your attention?
FSR reader Christopher M. has hit us with a double-shot of first looks this afternoon, the second of which being a gallery of set photos from the upcoming comedy Youth in Revolt, starring Michael Cera.
Today finds the release of a new trailer for Harrison Ford’s immigration drama, Crossing Over. Per the director, Wayne Kramer, the movie “is a multi-character canvas about immigrants of different nationalities struggling to achieve legal status in Los Angeles.
The prospect of Michael Cera playing a gawky, sex-crazed fourteen year old who destroys a family vacation all in the name of trading in his V-Card and tasting that sweet, sweet nectar of maturity for the first time either sounds too perfect or too obvious.
I have not been kind to Uwe Boll in the past. But to be fair, he has not been kind to us. He has had plenty of opportunity to make decent films. Yet, he continues to feed us bad cinema, and his latest effort is In the Name of the King.
In exploring the newly updated 2008 Summer preview from the Weinstein Company (which makes no mention of Fanboys, by the way), I stumbled upon the late-summer release Crossing Over, which stars Harrison Ford, Sean Penn, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.
Is it any surprise that this film wasn’t screened for any critic, anywhere in the free world? It’s not that you’d expect anything decent to come from Uwe Boll, but even I was unprepared for the level of suckage this movie produced.
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