Trailers You Might Have Missed … (May 6-12)

I haven’t really kept track of what has happened this past week, I was super busy, but I am sure I can drum up some new trailers for you. It IS Trailer Sunday after all!

Movies

Spider-Man: Far From Home

DO NOT, under any circumstances, watch this if you haven’t seen Endgame. I AM SERIOUS!
Also, this is my favourite trailer out of the three they did for the movie so far. Endgame elevated it.

Where’d You Go, Bernadette?

I wonder if I should read the book before watching the movie?

Summer Night

I like the cast, but it looks .. bad-ish.

Judy

Oh look, it’s a movie about Judy Garland.

Rim of the World

Why is everyone complaining about Netflix kids in sci-fi scenarios on bikes? I mean, why not?

The Farewell

Sure has an interesting premise.

American Woman

Looks intense.

I AM MOTHER

I am pretty sure that Netflix just bought that movie and that I saw the trailer months ago somewhere else.

IT Chapter 2

We all know I am not going to watch it, but I know some people are excited about it. Sorry, I can’t change the thumbnail.

TV Shows

Watchmen

This sure as heck isn’t anything like the Watchmen movie.

Batwoman

I am honestly hopelessly behind on all the superhero shows. It got too much, so I don’t know what to do with this one.

Sunnyside

Considering what else the producers did, I am interested at least?

Bluff City Law

Did we need another legal drama?

Perfect Harmony

I give it half a season to a season max.

Big Little Lies (Season 2)

I know everyone loves this, but I still haven’t watched the first season.

She’s Gotta Have it (Season 2)

YAS!!! That show was not appreciated enough during its first season.

Legion (Season 3)

I heard this was the final season.

Did you like any of the trailers you saw? Let’s talk about it!

What I’ve Been (Binge-)Watching #12

From here on out, I am just going to put the “binge” in brackets, because I feel like that gives me permission to talk about movies as well. However, I don’t actually intend to make this a regular occurrence, to have a “what I’ve been watching” post just briefly before the “Sunday trailers” post. I am going to get my sh*t together eventually and return to a more regular blogging schedule … hopefully.

Dead to Me

You all know that I have a weird fixation on shows about death and grief and yeah … couldn’t resist watching this one either. It had some really messed up ethical questions and was simultaneously a lot of fun to watch. I don’t even remember the last time I saw Christina Applegate in a lead role, but she sure has the angry widow role down.

Just like with a whole lot of other shows that deal with “what happens to the people after someone dies”, I think it’s fascinating how little you sometimes know about a person you live with or who you’ve been with for years. It’s interesting to uncover those layers and to be faced with the reality of not being able to blame the person that is gone because they are, well, gone. The show also has a great finale that definitely sets up the next season, so I hope they get one.

If you want something that is fun, fast-paced, multi-layered with some deeper stuff that never gets too heavy – this show is for you!

The Society

The Society will probably be my latest obsession for a while. When I was little, one of the first shows I got really passionate about, was a show about teens and kids who had to survive after an epidemic killed all adults on the planet. This show isn’t the same, but it feeds into a similar narrative. What do you do when there are no adults around to keep you in check? Will you be able to build a life of your own, create your idea of a “society” or will you plummet into chaos and give in to fear?

I have to say, I was really impressed by the first three episodes of the show, then they temporarily lost me with a couple “plot twists” that I wasn’t too fond of. However, overall, the show kept a mystery going that I am still unable to solve (always a plus point if I can’t just do that!) while also not afraid of going really dark and sometimes sticking to simple but effective storytelling.

This is probably a good show for fans of the teen elements on Dark and people who wouldn’t mind everything being very Americanized. (Not that there’s time travel … or is there? I don’t know … but I don’t think so.)

Pokémon Detective Pikachu

I was SO pumped for this movie and it did not disappoint. In hindsight, I think that a lot of elements were quite predictable, but it really fed into the nostalgia that comes with pokémon. I don’t think this was intended as a movie that would inspire possible sequels, and I don’t think I’d need that necessarily, but I would enjoy watching more films set in that world. As a kid, who of us didn’t imagine those little creatures were real and how it would be to live with them? Well, the movie shows just how that might look like.

Man, I still wish I had a Swablu or Altaria for real.

Serenity

This trailer might just be the most misleading thing in recent trailer history. I get that if you went into that movie expecting a regular old thriller, you might be disappointed. But I am not that kind of person. I don’t enjoy crime or thriller stuff. It just bores me. So, if you offer me a downright crazy sci-fi tale instead, I am ALL IN.

The movie has a bunch of bad reviews and ratings and I get it. It neither delivers on what it promises from the synopsis or the trailer nor does it make sense all the way through. Regardless of all that, I really liked it though and I cannot really put into words why. I don’t even like Matthew McConaughey and I couldn’t care less about Anne Hathaway outside of Princess Diaries and The Devil Wears Prada, yet still, this movie was awesome.


Have you seen any of the stuff I mentioned? Do you want to? Let’s chat!