Trailers You Might Have Missed … (March 22-28/2021)

Another week has come and gone and so has March pretty much. We will soon do another monthly wrap-up, talking about what’s going on, but today remains all about trailers. Let’s dive in!

Movies

The Suicide Squad

Looks fun! I mean, they even got Starro!

We Broke Up

I LIKE THE LOOK OF THIS!

Stowaway

Okay, I commented on the trailer that I did not understand how anyone could stowaway on a spaceship, but that I’d watch it anyway. And … for some reason that became the most upvoted comment and the co-writer/director replied to it with the following “I spoke to NASA about this. They said, “Totally believable. We’d never do it, but maybe [a private space company] would.” Then I spoke to someone at that company. They said, “100% could happen. Not to us, but could definitely happen at NASA!” Take that with a grain of salt, cause it’s the interwebs and could be just anyone saying that.

Shiva Baby

Seems to have garnered a lot of interest already

Have You Ever Seen Fireflies?

It looks kinda nice.

Edge of the World

Have no real opinion on this.

The Resort

I wouldn’t watch this, because horror, but Michael Vlamis is in it.

TV Shows

Made for Love

I put this in the movie section last time, but it’s apparently a show.

Frank of Ireland

Not sure, but Domhnall Gleeson is an argument.

The Nevers

Still think this looks interesting!

Big Shot

Disney+ is really into making all the inspiring sports shows and movies again.

Sextify

Not sure this is for me.

Luis Miguel, the Series (Season 2)

I didn’t know there was a season 1?


Did you see something on here you would like to watch? Let’s talk about that!

10 thoughts on “Trailers You Might Have Missed … (March 22-28/2021)

  1. Thoughts:
    1. Suicide Squad: Already looks better than the original one. I can’t wait!
    2. Stowaway: At first, I thought this was an adaptation of “The Cold Equations” by Tom Godwin. It isn’t, but I’m going to watch it anyway. Looks really good.
    3. The Resort: I also thought this was an adaptation of something I was familiar with (in this case, The Resort by Bentley Little, which is scary on its own). But this looks right up my alley and I look forward to seeing it when it comes out.

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  2. These posts are real time-savers! But, I also have to say it feels good “to miss” some trailers, never thought the state of cinema was in this decline. Frank of Ireland looks good, but I wish it were a film, rather than a series. I feel like TV series demands too much investment time-wise.

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    • You aren’t even aware of just how many trailers for films I actively choose to not feature because they are garbage šŸ˜‚ I don’t think decline is the right word. There have always been a lot of niche-, indie movies or films that were just never meant for the big screen to begin with. Now access to them is just far easier. I’m partial to shows though, because I enjoy the time investment.

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      • Really? “Decline” is not even my word, but the opinion of some very well-known film-makers working today. The thing here is the quality of these indie and other films. It’s been ten years this November that I am writing about Oscars on my other blog and it will be the first year that I will completely ignore them.

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      • I work in the film industry, mostly in film distribution and there has just been a major shift as to how people consume media. There is still amazing films (also this Oscar season) that are being produced e.g . Promising Young Woman to just name one.

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      • The Oscars have become so politicised, it is frankly sickening. Can you name this year’s Best Picture nominee that DOESN’T have a political or social agenda? I can’t. They are all “trendy”. “The Father” (dementia – what else is everyone talking about? I can name FIVE other big films with this topic coming out only this year), “Judas and the Black Messiah” (activism/social change), “Minari” (“American Dream” under fire and possibly racism), “Nomadland” (homelessness), (“Promising Young Woman” (feminism), “Sound of Metal” (disability discrimination). “The Trial of the Chicago 7ā€³ (unfair trial, injustice). What a tick-boxing exercise that is. And, “Mank”, well that’s about their favourite topic – the beloved Hollywood.

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