Part man...part machine...all cop. International TV Spot for RoboCop.
Trailer for Ironclad: Battle for Blood.
Travelling back to the dark, brutal past of 13-century England, Ironclad: Battle for Blood plunges us headlong into one of the most violent periods in English medieval history - a few good men fought against insurmountable odds to defend their country from bloodthirsty Celtic Tribes.
Featurette for The Monuments Men focuses on the Director, George Clooney.
Feature trailer for Next Year Jerusalem.
Next Year Jerusalem tells the story of eight nursing home residents, average age 91, who make a pilgrimage to Israel. We follow the residents, their aides and nursing home managers from the planning stages of the trip through their experiences in Israel and back again. Each character surprises the viewer with earnest and nuanced reflections on travel, aging and hope.
The film intends to paint an honest portrait of life at life's end. Those who spend their final days in a nursing home face difficult questions: what to look forward to, how to mark their days. The promise of one last adventure raises the stakes. In the first act, we meet and befriend the travelers. We learn their histories, their daily routines, their philosophies. They share openly both their excitement and fears about the trip. We bear witness to the reality of planning the tour from the perspective of the nursing home: not only is the trip logistically complicated, but there are concerns that not all residents will be healthy enough to go, and the very real possibility that some may not return.
The trip to Israel evolves as a film within a film, dream-like, as audiences are offered a seat on the bus for the 10-day tour. Though we are in and out of museums, crossing Israeli landscapes from mountains to desert, the experiences of the trip itself are not the focus; rather they are a context for the more subtle insights revealed by our travelers along the way. Physical challenges are met and exceeded, new friendships blossom. Spiritual experiences, so deeply at the heart of any journey to the 'Holy Land' are documented and presented in their complexity. These are individuals with personal theologies: some are Jewish, some Christian, others are non-believers. There is a tension at work here that is honest and revelatory. In one of the great spiritual centers of the world, their spiritual engagement is twofold: not only are they visiting iconic relig
Trailer for Otto the Rhino.
Topper is a young boy with a vivid imagination. After finding a pencil, he soon discovers that it has magic powers when his drawing of a rhino is suddenly standing alive and hungry in the middle of his apartment! With his best friend s birthday just around the corner, Topper realizes that the enormous Otto would make for the perfect gift. But how does he keep Otto the Rhino hidden, let alone sneak him across town? Life in this sleepy seaside village is about to be shaken up completely!
Red band trailer for Under the Skin.
An alien masquerades as an alluring woman, kidnapping hitchhikers and selling them back home for food.
At 40,000 feet, no one is safe. Extended TV spot for Non-Stop acts like a condensed trailer for the film.
Trailer for I Believe in Unicorns.
Having grown up quickly as the sole caretaker of her disabled mother, teenage Davina (Natalia Dyer) escapes often into a beautifully twisted fantasy life of underwater fireworks, melting cupcakes and kodachrome dreams. She collects dolls in glass jars, scratches the emulsion off polaroids, and holds her breath constantly. Davina looks for salvation in a new relationship with an older boy, Sterling (Peter Vack), but soon the disturbing details of his past begin to emerge through the ways he treats her. Combining archival footage with stylized live action and stop motion animation, I Believe in Unicorns takes us on a road trip through the stunning and complex landscape of troubled young love.
Third part of Morgan Freeman's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote The Lego Movie.
International trailer for 3 Days to Kill.
In this heart pounding action-thriller, Kevin Costner is a dangerous international spy, who is determined to give up his high stakes life to finally build a closer relationship with his estranged wife and daughter, whom he's previously kept at arm's length to keep out of danger. But first, he must complete one last mission- even if it means juggling the two toughest assignments yet: hunting down the world's most ruthless terrorist and looking after his teenage daughter for the first time in ten years, while his wife is out of town.
TV spot for Grand Piano announces the film's early release to On Demand before hitting theaters.
Trailer for the documentary Semi Colin.
Award-winning director Damien Lay's Semi Colin is a well crafted exploration into a universal conundrum...What is art and what is pornography? Semi Colin challenges us to explore our inner self just as the acclaimed graphic novelist Colin Murray does...for the first time in his life. Stimulating the intellect and providing the opportunity to explore one's own natural voyeuristic urges, the film delves deeply into the mind of the erotic illustrator. Part performance, part art and very much part social commentary, Colin Murray surfaces to philosophize on his life's obsessive work. And, just as Colin's lusty provocateurs emerge from the paper through quivering brush and pen, filmmaker Damien Lay coaxes the artist from the self-imposed shadows of his explicit imagination to delicately expose the blurry boundaries between eroticism and art.
Trailer for A Farewell to Fools.
Once upon a time, during WWII, somewhere in Nazi occupied Romania, a night of comic misadventures ensues when a boy discovers a dead soldier. The German authorities demand that the perpetrator must be identified or the town leaders will be shot the following morning. In their desperation, led by Father Johanis (Harvey Keitel), their salvation seems to lie in convincing the town 'fool', Ipu (G rard Depardieu), to agree to confess, and save them all with his sacrifice. The comedy and darker sides of human nature race toward the deadline where one cannot help but wonder who, in fact, is the actual 'fool'?
First part of Morgan Freeman's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote The Lego Movie.
Football season is officially over, but on April 11th...be the first to see how it all begins. Superbowl TV Spot for Draft Day.
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