DRIVE

Operation heavy-promotion-regarding-and-hype-surrounding Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive is green lit.

The Ryan Gosling-led, action-packed movie has been a critics’ favorite ever since it was showcased during the Cannes Film Festival.

There is a lot of hype surrounding Gosling’s performance and Nicolas’ direction, so don’t be surprised if they both manage to snatch Oscar noms and a possible Best Motion Picture one as well.

Below you’ll find more posters and a new TV spot that will make you NEED to see the movie!

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List: 2011 Movie Bible, vol.1

If you’re familiar with this blog, you’d recognize the Movie Bible series, but if you’re new, here are volumes 1, 2, and 3 of 2009, they can work as a download directory for now.
Anyway, I’ve compiled some of the upcoming releases of the year, to watch the movie’s trailer just click on the name below the poster.

My picks: Tintin, Circumstance, Pixar’s Brave, The Debt, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Melancholia, Super, Resltess, and Harry Potter’s finale, obviously.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

Chasing Madoff

Circumstance

Brave

Colombiana

Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop

Crazy Stupid Love

The Debt

Flypaper

Devil’s Double

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Family Tree

The Muppet’s Green With Envy

Magic Trip

John Carter

The Help

Higher Ground

Melancholia

Jane Eyre

Legend of the Psychotic Forest Ranger

Yellow Brick Road

Vampires

Super

This Must Be The Place

Straw Dogs

Rejoice & Shout

Page One

Our Idiot Brother

Restless

Solo

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2

Review: Harper’s Island


A pretty neat new show to keep you occupied until the big ones return. It’s a show about a couple going to an island with their families to wed there, but someone is killing people, so they seclude the island, keeping everyone there, including the killer. I’m guessing each episode will unravel more about the killer, and open up more subplots. The pilot kept my eyes fixed on the screen, and my mind triggering. Those who like the “crime/dramedy/thriller/horror” genres, they’ll most definitely enjoy this one. Totally worth your time, give it a shot.

4/5

4/5

Moviedar: Inglourious Basterds


No, I didn’t misspell that. A movie directed by the ever-innovative Quentin Tarantino and stars Brad Pitt and Diane Kruger whom I loved since watching Troy. Here is the trailer of the movie, and it looks like a fantastic movie, and that’s coming from a guy who don’t usually enjoy war movies. I can’t wait, it comes out on the 21 of August, that’s six months from now folks. Check below for the movie posters:

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