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At First Glance: "You're Not You"

Som films that carry very heavy and serious subject matter can easily be weighed down by just that. Others, ones that end up being really good, can move beyond the serious. 683 more words

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At First Glance: "Rosewater"

Biographical films can go in a few different directions for any viewer. They’ll either work and be compelling and worth the watch, and usually, the sadness, or they can flat out fail. 411 more words

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Another First Glance: "Foxcatcher"

To me it’s rare to see a new trailer seem to have less, due to time length, than the first one that came out several months ago. 396 more words

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At First Glance: "White Bird in a Blizzard"

The release of a films trailer leaves you excited among other things, which is good. Often times the trailer sells you on mystery and intrigue, as it’s supposed to, or so you’d expect. 414 more words

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At First Glance: "Men, Women & Children"

Some film trailers don’t take much to hook you. So much for the content held within. Name recognition is enough to sell you on something. If a films trailer can take all these things and present them well, you’ll no doubt have a winner. 701 more words

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At First Glance: "Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?"

From a personal standpoint, it’s very rare for a trilogies third trailer to get one even the slightest bit excited! Sequels as a general rule are usually inferior, for various reasons. 707 more words

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At First Glance: "Maps to the Stars"

It’s not every day that films trailer really pulls you in through the mystery, drama and outright disturbing nature of the film. Each time I’ve seen this trailer, or one of the other variations, like the Cannes Film Festival trailer, I’ve been shocked at what I just saw. 408 more words

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