First trailer for the sequel based on Ann Brashares' best-selling series of novels about four young women (Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera, Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn,) who continue the journey toward adulthood. Now three years later, these lifelong friends embark on separate paths for their first year of college and the summer beyond, but remain in touch by sharing their experiences with each other as they always have, with honesty and humor. Directed by Sanaa Hamri (Something New).
I'm oviously not the main target group so I will only say that it looks like it was mostly shot pretty close to the location used for Mamma Mia.
The Fall 62 MB 3min Russian 33MB
Uplifting fantasy movie in which a little girl in a hospital with a broken collar bone meets a bedridden man (Lee Pace) who starts telling her a fantastical story which reflects his state of mind. As time goes by fiction and reality start to intertwine.
When I first watched some footage from this movie that I had downloaded from a Russian website about two months ago (not knowing what movie it's from since I speak no Russian and I can only guess the title of the movie from the link) I quickly thought: The Cell. Which turned out to be the correct answer since it is the first release from Indian director Tarsem Singh after eight years who directed said movie. Singh also is responsible for more than a hundred video clips and commercials and it shows. The visuals are eye-popping but unfortunately available reviews from festivals indicate that this is pretty much the only attraction of the movie. Assuming that Lee Pace does nothing for you, of course. Some hi-res pictures.
Coraline 5 MB
First, brief official teaser for the upcoming animated movie based on Neil Gaiman's book scheduled for release February next year. It's the story of a young girl (voiced by Dakota Fanning) who unlocks a mysterious door in her new home, and enters into an adventure in a parallel reality. Other voices will be provided by Ian McShane, Teri Hatcher, Keith David, Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French. Directed by Henry Selick The Nightmare Before Christmas. 'They Might Be Giants' will contribute songs to the film.
Let me now if you're interested in a skipable version of the teaser.
Boarding Gate HD480p 28MB HD720p 67MB French 15MB
Dark crime drama in which an ex-prostitute (Asia Argento) is forced to flee London after a steamy S&M encounter with a debt ridden ex-lover (Michael Madsen) ends in violence. Fleeing to Hong Kong in search of a fresh start, she becomes involved with an attractive young couple (Carl Ng, Kelly Lin), who promises to help her obtain papers and money. But nothing turns out as expected for her, and she finds herself trapped in a sordid game of manipulation.
Directed by Olivier Assayas (Clean, Irma Vep). Limited release in the US starting at the end or March. Also, the trailer version from France.
10,000 B.C. HD480p 26MB HD720p 65MB
Two weeks before the official release they are pulling out all the stops by releasing another short, fast-cut "action-trailer" for Roland Emmerich's (The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day, Godzilla) new movie. A prehistoric epic that follows a young hunter (Steven Strait) on his quest to lead an army across a vast desert, battling sabre tooth tigers and prehistoric predators as he unearths a lost civilization and attempts to rescue the woman he loves (Camilla Belle) from an evil warlord determined to possess her. Cliff Curtis and Omar Sharif are also part of the cast.
Still looks partially like a PG-13 version of Apocalypto.