• Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    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…Star Trek Into Darkness

    There are two layers to Star Trek Into Darkness. One exists at the surface level and involves everything that we see, hear, and experience while watching it in a theater, and the other involves the efforts that occurred below the line, prior to the film’s arrival at the multiplex. Just like its 2009 predecessor, the former layer proves to be the sequel’s saving grace and the latter holds it back from being truly great; the marriage between star-making, charismatic, invested performances and ham-handed, hackish screenwriting ultimately yields the same results J.J. Abrams got with his last venture into Gene Roddenberry’s beloved sci-fi iconography, a movie that works in the moment as blockbusting…

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    Sweet Trailer…Edgar Wright's 'The World's End'

      This year, barring some minor misfires, has been an outstanding year for films and it looks like things are only going to get better from here on in. Of the staggering amount of awesomeness coming down the pike in 2013 we’ve highlighted the films we’re most excited about and this Summer, between the comic book and sci-fi madness, we’ll finally get to see the final leg of Edgar Wright‘s so-called “Blood and Ice Cream” trilogy. We posted some still shots last year but the first trailer for Wright’s uproarious looking comedy The World’s End has just been released so have a look below… It’s a full on alien invasion threatening the planet and…

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    Sweet Trailer…'Star Trek Into Darkness'

    Brace yourselves boys and girls, this morning (early morning) the latest little bit of marketing for Star Trek Into Darkenss has dropped and is perhaps the most epic looking thing we’ve seen yet. So what’s new? Well, this trailer for the big budget sequel to Abrams’ amazingly well-received Star Trek reboot gives us a glimpse of Peter Weller as a Starfleet Admiral as well as lots more sneering from Benedict Cumberbatch as the villainous… John Harrison. Okay, surely we all know by now that’s not what he’ll end up being called, but JJ, as always, is doing a great job keeping things close to his chest. Enough talk, just watch!! When the…

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    Ben Kingsley, Simon Pegg, Richard Ayoade and More Join LAIKA’s Upcoming ‘The Boxtrolls’

    After the success of their last film, the sweet and hilariously witty horror-movie homage ParaNorman, LAIKA and Focus Features have started work on their third project together. It was just announced by LAIKA President & CEO Travis Knight that the two companies behind the current Academy Award-nominated animated feature have begun production on The Boxtrolls. Based on Alan Snow’s bestseller Here Be Monsters, the project has already assembled a stunningly high-caliber voice cast that includes Ben Kingsley, Elle Fanning, Toni Collette, Jared Harris, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Richard Ayoade and Tracy Morgan. The Portland-based animation studio’s 2014 release of The Boxtrolls is a 3D stop-motion and CG hybrid animated feature which will be directed…

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    Ohhh, Look…New Stills From 'The World's End' and 'Jack Ryan'

    This time of year we film fans usually do three things without fail – shake off the Winter cold, brave the hit and miss “dump” titles from all the major studios, and get ready for the most anticipated titles in the coming months. Well you’re on your own with the first two but we can help you out with the latter. We’ve already got delightful chills and smiles thanks to the impressive looking stills from Man of Steel, Kick-Ass 2 and The Wolverine but now here’s just a little more eye candy. First up is The World’s End, which stars co-writer and director Edgar Wright’ s usual suspects Simon Pegg,  Nick Frost and Martin Freeman who are joined Paddy…

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    G-S-T Review…Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

    For those of you seeking an over-caffeinated, adrenaline fueled, heart stopping, action movie…look no further. Videophiles looking for amazing camera work, breathtaking views and enough CG to make Lucas happy; you are in for a real treat as well. For audiophiles, seeing the film in 7.1 surround or at an IMAX theater is a must. The audio breathes its own life into the film making it leap off of the screen, through the speakers and into your skull. The next thing you know, you are sitting there on sensory overload and then it happens. You hear the Mission Impossible theme song, your eyes widen, your pulse quickens and you realize…

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    G-S-T Review…The Adventures of Tintin

    Editor’s Note: Go,See,Talk presents this review of The Adventures of Tintin as the debut entry from our guest contributing writer Andrew Crump (of A Constant Visual Feast). He’s going to be making some more appearances on G-S-T in the next few weeks so have a look at what he had to say about Steven Spielberg’s latest blockbuster and offer your thoughts below. While watching The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, you can feel Spielberg grinning happily on the other side of the camera. It’s a welcome quality; adapting Hergé’s beloved comic books to screen in the first of a planned series of films with collaborator Peter Jackson seems to have brought out the…

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    Sweet (UK) Trailer…'The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn'

    While I wasn’t really sold on the last few trailers for The Adventures of Tintin this one does look really sweet! Partially I think I was just trying to avoid as much Tintin as possible but with a video this great how could you not watch, right? Below is the UK version that proves once again that some of the coolest adversting campaigns are used across the pond. Well, no matter, thanks to the Internets you can bask in the same glory as our UK friends. So batten you hatches and enjoy some Indiana Jones styled mo-cap fun in this new trailer for the CG Spielberg/Jackson epic… Video: MSN Exclusive: The Adventures…

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    The World's End – Final Leg of the "The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy"?

    Calling all you Wright, Pegg and Frost fans out there!! Seems like years ago the trio had us cracking up with the comic gold that is Shaun of the Dead. Hot Fuzz was an excellent (albeit more serious) follow up and then….a big nothing. Pegg took a trip on the Enterprise and later re-teamed with Frost for the upcoming Paul. All the while Wright went on to successfully adapt Scott Pilgrim vs the World (which I just loved). But while we heartily enjoy their separate and collaborative efforts, fans began wondering about when they would continue/conclude Wright’s fabled “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”. Well dear friends news of that day has come…well in some form at least From our friends…

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    The World’s End – Final Leg of the “The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”?

    Calling all you Wright, Pegg and Frost fans out there!! Seems like years ago the trio had us cracking up with the comic gold that is Shaun of the Dead. Hot Fuzz was an excellent (albeit more serious) follow up and then….a big nothing. Pegg took a trip on the Enterprise and later re-teamed with Frost for the upcoming Paul. All the while Wright went on to successfully adapt Scott Pilgrim vs the World (which I just loved). But while we heartily enjoy their separate and collaborative efforts, fans began wondering about when they would continue/conclude Wright’s fabled “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”. Well dear friends news of that day has come…well in some form at least From our friends…