Last weekend, I went to see The last black man in San Franciscoand he's doing so many things so well. But among all these things, his main feature is his ability to tell big stories in a modest way, and he does it again and again.
My fiancée compared to the beginning of the film at the beginning of up, apparently completes the complete story of the film in a few short, beautiful and heartbreaking minutes. It's also an intro so confident that you enter the movie with an immediate sense of fear and wonder.
My favorite case of this type of story, however, is a gag in the middle of the film, where a naked man sits next to the protagonist on a bench. We see him at first as a crackpot, but the film turns him around and instead shows the problems of San Francisco, rather than laughing at the expense of this obviously troubled man.
Check out seven trailers this week below.
There are only a few weeks left before the return of Strange things, Netflix has released the biggest trailer ever, showing how this season will improve, with a bigger monster, a bigger world and a tougher fight against anything coming out of Upside Down right now . The show returns on July 4th.
The Angry Birds 2 movie
There was a time when it seemed like Angry Birds would be the Mario from a generation – a series of adored characters who reappear again and again in different formats. But I do not have the impression that people are playing Angry Birds a lot more There is just … this. He leaves on August 14th.
Become a god in Central Florida
I have no idea about the nature of this show, but it's Kirsten Dunst, she has a great name and she's wonderfully stylized. The series begins on August 25th.
The banana film divides
It's weird to think of how culturally we came to this place where some movies exist. I do not really know what meets to do The banana film divides – A love of horror, a need for irony – but here it is: the film adaptation of a happy children's show of the 60s that turns some costumed characters into jackets into nasty murderers for any reason. The film goes directly into digital version this summer.
HBO has bought Sundance a film about a high school girl who faces an aggression she can not remember, she discovers through a video shared around his school. The film is based on a short film by the same director, who won the first short film prize at Cannes in 2015. The feature film will be presented at HBO on July 27th.
Bad trip puts a new twist on the JackassA compilation of style pranks: it links all these cascades to a vaguely constructed plot in a feature film. The film is supposed to combine images of pranks that include stars and non-actors, associated with a basic scenario. It stars Tiffany Haddish, Eric Andre and Lil Rel Howery and is released on October 25th.
Ready or Not
I like a simple and totally ridiculous horror movie plot, and it is the most ridiculous plot.