Watch The First Trailer For Netflix Romance Film ‘Through My Window’

Are you ready for another steamy romantic drama from Netflix? We got you covered. The first full trailer for ‘Through My Window’ was released this week.

The project was adapted from the 2016 Wattpad novel by Venezuelan author Ariana Godoy, and the story appears to be somewhat straight forward, “A woman who is madly in love with her mysterious neighbor resolves to make him fall in love with her.”

Through My Window stars Clara Galle and Julio Pena. This flick looks pretty steamy, at least based on the trailer, so you probably don’t want to watch it with the family.

The film is both written and directed by Catalan filmmaker Marçal Forés, director of the films Animals and Everlasting Love previously, as well as a number of short films.

Through My Window is set to be released on Netflix on February 4, 2022. You can check out the full trailer below…

Wait, What The Hell Is Going On? Charlie Sheen And Whoopi Goldberg Are Starring In A Movie About The 9/11 Attacks

I’m so confused right now. Charlie Sheen, a known 9/11 truther who believes the entire incident was planned, is going to star in a drama feature about the attacks. And you know who is co-starring? Whoopi Goldberg.

Honestly. This is not a joke. I mean, it is…but you know what I mean. According to the reports, the film is titled 9/11 and it’s based on Patrick Carson’s stage play Elevator.

“Atlas Distribution announced Tuesday it has set 9/11 for a wide theatrical bow on Sept. 8, 2017 — just three days shy of the 16th anniversary of the attacks. Based on Patrick Carson’s stage play Elevator, the film recreates actual events adapted from voicemail messages left by victims. The story follows five people trapped in an elevator inside the World Trade Center’s North Tower. The group works together to find hope amid seemingly inescapable circumstances.”

That’s right, folks. This movie is going to be released inside theaters! You thought it was going straight to VOD, right? No way. I’ve never heard of Atlas Distribution, but they must be f**king magicians. How else could they get this dumpster fire a wide theatrical release?

This movie was directed by Martin Guigui. He is responsible for this movie…


No. No. No. No.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants Revenge In New Trailer For Serious Drama ‘Aftermath’ (VIDEO)

No one actually thought Arnold Schwarzenegger could act. Sure, he is listed as an actor on his wiki page, but most of his films are Sharknado quality.

But in 2015, Arnold decided to get serious. He starred in the zombie flick Maggie, and while it might not have been the best movie ever, it did feature a surprising performance from Arnold. He showed some talent with his character and managed to get emotional without mistakenly being hilarious as well.

His next film, Aftermath, is another serious drama. offers this description of the film:

“Two strangers’ lives become inextricably bound together after a devastating plane crash. Inspired by actual events, Aftermath tells a story of guilt and revenge after an air traffic controller’s (McNairy) error causes the death of a construction foreman’s (Schwarzenegger) wife and daughter.”

The script was written by Javier Gullon, the screenwriter behind 2013’s Enemy, so we have high hopes for this one.

Check out the trailer below. What do you think? Is Arnold a serious actor now?

‘Dumb & Dumber’ As An Oscar-Worthy Drama? We Got The Clever Recut Trailer Inside! (VIDEO)

This video is almost a year old now, but we never made a post about it, and it’s going viral again…so why not share it with you all?

Dumb & Dumber is a classic comedy film. We were also going to call it the stupidest film ever, but then we remembered Dude, Where’s My Car? was released in 2000.

Anyway, we all know there is nothing dramatic about Dumb & Dumber. The most dramatic scenes involve laxatives and this noise…

But what if the trailer for the movie looked a little different? Put in some dramatic music, sprinkle in some clever editing, and you have a completely different movie.

Check out the recut trailer below…

What The Heck? The Teaser Trailer For ‘Cars 3’ Looks More Like An Independent Drama Marketed Toward Adults (VIDEO)


I didn’t watch the second film in the Cars franchise, but I’m confident it was designed for kids just like the original film was. A goofy, entertaining movie that your whole family can enjoy. You know, if you can stand to listen to Larry the Cable Guy for almost two hours.

Cars 3 is scheduled to hit theaters on June 16, 2017, and the first teaser trailer was released this past weekend. The trailer is just 45-seconds long, but it delivers an emotional slap to the face.

In the teaser, Lightning McQueen goes through a frightening crash on the track. It’s a little too realistic, especially when the parts and debris start flying all over the place.

And then to sprinkle more drama on the trailer, they end with this menacing message, “From this moment, everything will change.”

What does that mean? Does McQueen give up racing and become an Uber driver? Because I would love that. Sadly, I don’t think that’s the case. Variety describes the plot of the film as this:

“The upcoming film will focus on McQueen, voiced by Owen Wilson, enlisting his new friend Cruz Ramirez as a technician to compete against a new generation of racers. The characters Mater (voiced by Larry the Cable Guy), Sally (Bonnie Hunt), and Ramone (Cheech Marin) will return.”

Check out the strange trailer below…


The Golden Globes Will Be Making A Major Change For Next Year’s Ceremony


Remember how Ridley Scott’s The Martian won the award for Best Musical or Comedy at the Golden Globes earlier this year? Of course you do. The brilliant people of the internet made sure you would never forget it with hilarious memes and recut trailers.

Well, it looks like the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is having trouble forgetting the controversy as well. They are changing the rules for next year’s ceremony

“Motion pictures shall be entered in the category that best matches the overall tone and content of the motion picture. Thus, for example, dramas with comedic overtones should be entered as dramas.”

Which is exactly what The Martian was. If this rule change happened last year, The Martian would have been going up against the big dogs in the drama category, and the cast & crew probably would have left without an award.

And just to add an extra level of protection, once a film has been selected to appear in a certain category, HFPA members will be able to vote by written ballot whether or not the film should truly be accepted in the category that was chosen. It will take a 2/3 vote of the membership to officially change the submission to a different category.

Sounds like a great move to us. In addition to the announcement of the rule change, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association also set a date for next year’s ceremony. The 74th annual Golden Globes Awards will air on NBC January 8, 2017.

Movie Review: Little Boy – The Writers Seemed Afraid to Give The Movie Any Edge

littleboy-mv-10 - 06MAY2015

Little Boy is a limited released faith based film, set in World War II. It’s the war seen though the eyes of a 7-year-old. While the premise has promise, sticky sentimentality and on the nose messages about tolerance turned it into a failed effort.

We start out by meeting Pepper (Jakob Salvati), a wide-eyed 7-year-old boy desperate for his father (Michael Rapaport) to return home from the war in the Pacific. Pepper is the subject of bullying at school and despair at home. This all sets up a pretty bleak picture. Add in an older Japanese man named Hashimoto (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa), who is treated with suspicion and is shunned by the residents of the small California town this is set in, and you have the perfect recipe for a movie with a message.

Unfortunately, problems abound. The movie seemed to be afraid to ‘go there’ with its overall theme. Instead, it sands away the rough edges in order to give a pat, simplistic view of fear during war time. As a result, it doesn’t come across as realistic. Everyone is one dimensional, from Emily Watson playing Pepper’s saintly mother, to Hashimoto playing the patient, benevolent old man.

Right now is a great time to tackle an issue like this. After all, the fear and racism most Japanese American’s dealt with during World War II is similar to the fear and racism Muslims in America are dealing with now. It’s a complex issue, which has many layers that need to be examined.

Little Boy - 06MAY2015

Little Boy pic (2) - 06MAY2015

This film takes that complex issue and turns in into a simple “everyone should be nice to everyone, all the time.” While a sticky sweet theory, it doesn’t work so well in practice. What about racial profiling? What about sleeper cells, extremism and Guantanamo Bay? After all, there were Guantanamo Bay’s all over America during World War II. They were called Japanese Internment camps. None of this is portrayed in the film. Instead, everyone is one dimensional. No one really has a good motivation. They’re either a tolerant saint or a one dimensional bigot.

The unfortunate part of this is that it could have had a strong story line. One strong part of this film is the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy. I remember those from being brought up Roman Catholic and know they can make a strong storyline in and of themselves. It’s too bad that the writers seemed afraid to give the movie any edge. It sees things in black and white. People are either good or bad. That doesn’t work when you’re tying in a religious lesson. Instead, it just comes off as an overly long Sunday school lesson.

Also, in a movie that seems kind of ‘holier than thou’ the fact that the townspeople rejoice at the bombing of Hiroshima doesn’t ring true as godly. While casualties are a part of war, I think the deaths of 166,000 civilians should be treated with a bit more sensitivity, rather than proof that god exists.

WE GAVE IT: 2.5 Stars

2.5 Stars


[youtube id=”b_BdzqsIX6A” width=”680″ height=”383″]

Little-Boy-movie-poster_1 - 06MAY2015

Jurassic World Of Drama: Writers Guild Battles Universal Behind The Scenes


Dinosaurs and drama. Jurassic World has not experienced an easy ride to theaters. After important details of the plot were leaked from set, it appeared that everything had settled back down.

But now there is more drama going on behind the scenes, and this time it’s Universal vs. Writers Guild of America.

According to sources connected with Deadline, the studio wants director Colin Trevorrow and his writing partner Derek Connolly to share a written by screen credit. The late Michael Crichton would receive a “based on the novel by” credit.

Seems like a good deal, right? Not according to a three-member arbitration panel. Last week, they ruled that Connolly and Trevorrow should share their writing credits with Amanda Silver and Rick Jaffa. They are the husband and wife team behind an earlier draft of the script.

Jaffa and Silver were asked to write the Jurassic Park sequel back in 2012. They completed a first draft, but things just weren’t working out. That’s when Trevorrow and Connolly entered the picture.

Even though Connolly and Trevorrow claim their draft wasn’t based on the previous draft, Silver and Jaffa filed a protest with the guild. And as we now know, the arbiters agreed with them, even removing the “written by” credit completely. They believe all the writers should share a “screenplay by” credit.

Connolly and Trevorrow have appealed one last time. If they are denied again, then the game is over. All four writers will share a screenplay by credit, and Jaffa and Silver will also get a “story by” credit added on.

Why is this a big deal? Well, because if the original credits had stayed in place, Trevorrow and Connolly would have received 50% of the future residuals. If this new ruling stands, they will only take home around 20%.

We’ll keep you updated. By the way, Jurassic World hits theaters June 12, 2015.

“24: Live Another Day” – Teaser Trailer and 11 Promo Photos


I know we are a movie website but the buzz around 24 just can’t be denied.

The original series ran for 8 seasons and won a Golden Globe for Best Drama Series, and an Emmy for Outstanding Drama series.  At the series conclusion it was the longest run espionage TV show of its kind.  The movie version of the show was all set for production with a script, cast and everything when it was pulled for a variety of reasons including Kiefer Sutherland’s schedule and the budget.

Just when 24 was all but a memory, Fox decided to do 24: Live Another Day.  The limted run series will be 12 episodes that will zero in on the twelve most important hours of a normal 24 season.  There will be jumps around the clock as needed to keep the plot intact.

I was never a fan of the first series but sort of wish I was.  I will be tuned in for “Live Another Day”.  It might not be a movie but for fans of the series the excitement is just the same.

Here is the teaser trailer and promo photos that were released this week.  The series will have a two hour premiere on May 5th.

[youtube id=”islN8Qus7hA” width=”633″ height=”356″]


24 New Season Image 11

24 New Season Image 10

24 New Season Image 9

24 New Season Image 8

24 New Season Image 7

24 New Season Image 6

24 New Season Image 5

24 New Season Image 4

24 New Season Image 3

24 New Season Image 2

24 New Season Image 1