Trailers You Might Have Missed … (Feb 13-19)


How was your week, folks? I did something daring and signed up for a camera acting workshop which starts in March. I am usually a very camera shy person, but I felt like going out of my comfort zone. This should be an adventure and little pre-school me would love the idea of getting a shot at being an actress. Speaking of films and such, here are the trailers I found!


Everything, Everything

I know there is problematic rep in the book, but I think the trailer looks really good. I want to watch it so bad. And no, the trailer does NOT show everything to it. *she says with confidence without having read the book*


I actually think that I liked the shorter teaser better, but I am still SO looking forward to this. It’s freaking hilarious and weird.

The House

This is such a big nonsense!

Song to Song

Look, I get that this is some sort of artistic thing the big hollywood stars are into, but I feel like that camera perspective might make me nauseous at some point.


I am not really one for those survival military kind of stories.


I like when drawings are incorporated in a story, let’s see how it works out here.

Sandy Wexler

Yeah … no.

TV Shows

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Season 3)


Making History

I will watch this just because I miss Leighton on my screen!

Silicon Valley (Season 4)

What are you watching? Tell me all about it!

33 thoughts on “Trailers You Might Have Missed … (Feb 13-19)

  1. I haven’t watched the trailer for Everything Everything yet as I want to read the book first (it’s on my shelf I don’t know what’s stopping me haha) The workshop sounds like fun! πŸ˜€ Hope it’ll be a good experience!

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  2. That guy from “Everything, Everything” was in “Jurassic World”, and was the only thing I could look at during his scenes. The rest of the trailer does feel like self-insert wish fulfilment, though.

    “Mine” is just “127 Hours”; someone’s foot is stuck in one spot in an extended period of time in the desert. If it’s 52 hours, it could be a 52-episode hour-long television series, broadcast weekly over a year.


  3. I’m really eager to see Everything, Everything. That trailer does show a lot of the story, but not the breaking point so I guess that’s still okay? I really like the actors just as well already! πŸ™‚

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