It's again the time of the year when awards are given out. This has the advantage that a lot of the studios make their screenplays available. This link leads to a page where you can find links to the awards sites of various studios. The information on the page is slightly outdated, the scripts currently available are:
Weinstein Co.: The Reader, Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Walt Disney: WALL•E
Universal Pictures: Changeling, Frost/Nixon
Paramount Vantage: The Duchess, Defiance, Revolutionary Road
Warner Bros.: The Dark Knight, Gran Torino (not yet)
Overture Films: The Visitor, Last Chance Harvey
Miramax: Doubt, Happy-Go-Lucky
and also Focus Features: Burn After Reading, Milk
and Sony Pictures Classics: Rachel Getting Married, I've Loved You So Long, Frozen River
Franklyn 48 MB
Very interesting trailer for a dark looking thriller set in a futuristic London society where there is no separation between Church and State that tells the story of four lost souls. Esser (Bernard Hill) is a broken man, searching for his wayward son amongst the rough streets of London's homeless. Milo (Sam Riley) is a heartbroken thirty-something desperately trying to find a way back to the purity of first love. Emilia (Eva Green) is a beautiful art student, her suicidal art projects becoming increasingly more complex and deadly. Preest (Ryan Phillippe) is a masked vigilante detective, searching for his nemesis on the streets of the city.
It's an independent production without the backing of a big studio and early festival reviews indicate it is well worth a look.
Tokyo Sonata HD480p 37MB HD720p 89MB
Very nice trailer for this quiet drama from Japan. It's the portrait of a seemingly ordinary Japanese family. The father who abruptly loses his job conceals the truth from his family; the eldest son in college hardly returns home; the youngest son furtively takes piano lessons without telling his parents; and the mother, who knows deep down that her role is to keep the family together, cannot find the will to do so. From the exterior, all is normal and the same. But somehow, a single, unforeseeable chasm has appeared within the family, only to spread ever so quietly and quickly to disintegrate them.
Reviews are very favourable and if you like this kind of movies I strongly suggest to have a look at it.
Next Day Air HD480p 78MB HD720p 151MB
Action comedy in which a UPS driver (Donald Faison) delivers a package containing bricks of cocaine to the wrong address, setting into motion a battle of wills and wits between the dealer, the intended recipients, and the people who have the drugs and plan to sell them off. Mike Epps, Wood Harris and Mos Def are also part of the cast.
Killshot 10 MB
Edit: Hi-def quicktime versions: 480p 42MB 720p 103MB
Action thriller about a couple (Diane Lane, Thomas Jane) who's placed in the Federal Witness Protection program after witnessing an "incident". Thinking they are at last safe, they are targeted by an experienced hit man (Mickey Rourke) and a psychopathic young upstart killer (Joseph Gordon Levitt). Rosario Dawson is also part of the cast. Directed by John Madden (Proof, Shakespeare in Love, Mrs Brown), based on a novel by Elmore Leonard.
Given all the people involved one would hope for a decent movie. Here's the bad news, the movie was filmed three years ago, delayed multiple times and the official trailer surfaces about a week before the theatrical US release. And the main reason why now is probably the unexpected comeback of Mickey Rourke. So I suspect rushing to a movie theatre to see it isn't really necessary.