It’s no secret that the MovieSnobs staff is crazy for John Cusack. Naturally when Allen from MovieGeekz.com sent me this trailer, I had to share it here. 2012 is a disaster movie from the director of Independance Day and The Day After Tomorrow, but unlike those movies, this one stars John Cusack.
Quite frankly, I don’t care if the plot is stupid or the other actors are lame, Cusack does extraordinarily well in the-world-is-falling-apart-type movies (see 1408 – seriously, if you haven’t seen it, rent it now.). I’m a little tired of seeing him and Amanda Peet get cast together, but she’s a good actress so I’ll deal with it. I’m excited to see Liam James from “Psych” in a movie role (playing Cusack’s son).
Enough about my opinion, check out the trailer below.
The highlight of going to see Terminator: Salvation this weekend was sadly not Christian Bale, but the trailer for 9.
The trailer is available on Apple Trailers in HD, and I highly recommend that you watch it. Better yet, sneak into the trailers for Terminator before going to see another movie. It’s worth seeing on the big screen.
The movie is an animated film but is by no means a children’s movie. The IMDb synopsis says it’s,
A post-apocalyptic nightmare in which all of humanity is threatened.
The movie follows 9, an inanimate rag doll come to life (and voiced by Elijah Wood), as he finds others of his kind surviving after an apocalyptic event that wipes out the human race.
The movie will be released on 9/9/09 and also features the voices of Jennifer Connelly, John C. Reilly and Crispin Glover.
In watching War Inc on Blu-ray yesterday (thank you very much, Netflix), I was shocked that there were 4 full trailers before I could get to the menu to watch the flick. It got me thinking, how many is too many?
What do you think? How many ads are too many for a DVD you’ve bought/rented, before you’re frustrated and skipping ahead to the menu?
I know this came out a while ago, but someone just posted it to Digg and I watched it for the first time. Not only does the movie look great, but the trailer is hilarious in itself. Check it out below: