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    Sweet (Teaser) Trailer…’Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’

    We don’t post many trailers as of late, mostly because there are plenty of movie-themed outlets that showcase the latest and greatest hitting cinemas. But when something comes along that really resonates with us, we are obliged to post it. Case in point. Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Leon) is one of our all-time favorite filmmakers, and any time he has a film set to come out, to us, it’s like a new Star Wars is being released. So, in case you somehow missed this everywhere else on the web, enjoy the first teaser for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Rooted in the classic graphic novel series,…

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    Sweet Trailer…’The Amazing Spider-Man 2′

    Last year Marc Webb successfully righted the Spider-Man franchise after Sony and Sam Raimi sorely parted ways. Webb’s film, the first in a rebooted series, won critics and audiences over and with a healthy ROI a sequel was green-lit before you could say “thwip”. But this? Who saw this coming. Count the baddies…there are not one, not two, not even three villains but four (when you count Dr. Conners who is still in prison) sinister foes for Peter to possibly contend with (and really, there’s a baker’s half a dozen to those of you who picked up on the subtle foreshadowing teased in the trailer)!! Didn’t Sony learn that too may cooks in…

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    G-S-T Review…Metallica: Through the Never

    It’s a kind of weird and awesome experience to grow up listening to band finally getting to see them in concert. Yes, concert, and we say that because Metallica’s new “movie”, a term to be used very loosely in this situation, can only be called a movie because it was 1. filmed by a camera and 2. will be exhibited theatrically. Held together with what generously can be phrased as a flimsy narrative finds Dane DeHaan, the lead in the 2012 surprise hit Chronicle, as a roadie for the iconic thrash metal band sent on an urgent mission during their sold-out concert. Other than than it’s a bona fide concert that becomes…

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    G-S-T Trailer Roundup: Alien Conformity, Hot Guidos, & Psychotic Hobbits

    So many trailers, so little time. Truthfully, enough teasers and preview clips have dropped this week that I could fill out three different roundups and still have some leftovers; sometimes, studios just want to inundate the web with their collective chunks of promo footage. Marketing’s gotta market, after all. The good news is that there’s so much to choose from that sheer variety alone makes the effort of gathering and watching each spot worthwhile (and if there’s one thing we appreciate here at Go, See, Talk!, it’s variety). Comic book flicks, retro sci-fi throwbacks, gruesome horror remakes; even a concert movie made the cut here, and that’s saying something, since…

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    G-S-T Review…The Place Beyond the Pines

    Derek Cianfrance’s The Place Beyond the Pines is a viscerally pensive film and an enthralling multi-generational drama. As equally well-crafted as his highly received Blue Valentine, Pines is a complex and engrossing film that takes a look at legacies and what we leave behind for our kids. Further it shows us that those legacies, whether we want them or not, can sometimes make life choices for us without our say in the matter. It’s an ever-escalating, multilayered, emotionally bold familial drama that has all the makings of an instant classic. Cianfrance’s sophomore effort tells a sobering story about love and family and further one that despite the best of intentions may all end in a dismal trail of…

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    Ohhh, Look…Theatrical Poster For Cianfrance's 'The Place Beyond the Pines'

    Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine was not an easy film to get through. That affecting anti-romantic story was a devastating look at love and loss and couldn’t have felt any more uncomfortable or real if they tired. His follow up The Place Beyond the Pines, similarly starring Ryan Gosling, got a lot of buzz at the Toronto Film Festival last year and we have to say that the trailer looked impressive. Well the first official poster has been released and it sports the gritty tone of Cianfrance’s film. Have a look… This multi-generational film follows motorcycle stunt rider (Gosling) who turns to robbing banks as a way to provide for his lover (Mendes) and their newborn…