Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Trailers: Mockingjay Part 2 FINAL, Crimson Peak, Burnt

If you think you're good,... like, you've been reading these blogs for a while now, and you think you've got what it takes to  really bust out some interpretation,.... Crimson Peak will be a great place for you to go and really prove yourself. They have spared nothing in creating this to be the ultimate, quintessential Gothic horror film, and it's going to be amazing. Amazing. Really. I mean this from the depths of my heart. I can't wait. 
So, they have released the final trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and, I will say, now I'm kind of excited about it. Tickets are on sale, so I am getting mine this week:
"He corrupts everyone, and evety thing." That seriously sounds like Obama. Well, this isn't exactly a trailer, however, it's short, and I would like for you to watch this behind-the-scenes look at the scullery for Crimson Peak because it provides you with an idea of how detailed they have been in creating this film, so that, when I go off about what things are symbolizing, etc., as I am apt to do, there will be a basis upon which you can rest my theories because they have gone to so much work:
I really want to like this film. I think Bradley Cooper is a talented actor and this is the kind of story that I love; however, and this is just a reservation, he has a tendency to make pro-socialist films AND this is produced by the Weinstein Company which is very pro-socialist, but they also made the very pro-capitalist film The Artist. So, there it is:
Seriously, this has all the themes I am most fond of, so I hope it's good. Opening this week is The Walk, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and I am just not going to be able to watch that; sorry. Pan with Hugh Jackman is probably going to be the big opener, and I don't want to have to go watch that, but I will. Ugh. It's going to be totally pro-socialist. I just know it.  Crimson Peak opens Oct 16 and then Burnt on Oct 23, so that's something to look forward to.
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