The Return Of The Ginger.

3 Jul

Apologies fine audience for my lack of absence from this magical and fulfilling land named WordPress, for I have been busy finding a suitable place for myself and my partner to reside for the coming winter months. Whilst scrolling through countless letting agency sites on this extraordinary creation that is the World Wide Web, I have managed to find some advertisements for some excellent new ‘talkies’, which I will share with you all now.

Paul Rudd can turn round even the gloomiest of days. He has such charm and an obvious passion that comes forth with every performance and up until now he seems to have stuck solely to the comedic roles, with a few glimmers of seriousness in the hit U.S sitcom Friends, of all places. But here it is: his Indie film. Starring alongside Emile Hirsch, Price Avalanche focuses on two road-workers who find themselves at odds with one another during a 1988 summer job in the vast countryside. The trailer looks unbelievably promising, and we all know they can act so lets hope the material gives them the chance to do so.

Creepy. Uncomfortable. Without boundaries. Do I want to watch it? Damn right I do. Two lifelong friends (Robin Wright and Naomi Watts) and neighbours fall in love with each others son’s, who despite being completely gorgeous and therefore completely believable (!) still doesn’t make the premise any less awkward. There is however something about these two leading ladies who are undeniably great actors, that really draws me to this film, and I will wait with bated, and slightly nervous, breath.

What The Great Gatsby could have been? Ok, so they aren’t the same thing but of the two films released this year where Leonardo Di Caprio plays a rich bitch, even the trailer shows that this one will be far superior to its glitter-tastic rival. Scorsese from start to finish with fast-edits, intelligent humour and an air of the bizarre, The Wolf of Wall Street appears to not have a dull moment in sight. I simply can not wait.

The modern phenomenon of ‘celebrity’ has exploded and now you are able to inject yourself with your favourite celebrities DNA so that you may experience everything that they experience. As Bill and Ted would say, it sounds ‘most excellent’. Directed by Brandon Cronenberg, the son of David Cronenberg, the trailer shows an incredibly disturbing plotline and its pace is brilliantly thought out with use of the film’s dialogue being edited into the soundtrack which brings the whole experience together. I am truly excited and am willing to bet that Antiviral is sure to be infectious.

Thank you to everyone who has been returning to my Blog over the last few weeks and I will be sure to not leave for this long again. I bid you good morrow.

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