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Immortals

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วันเข้าฉาย 11/11/2011
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ภาพยนตร์ฟอร์มยักษ์ที่จะมาพลิกหน้าประวัติครั้งใหม่ของมหาศึกตำนานเทพและมนุษย์ ในอัครสงครามที่แย่งชิงเพื่อครอบครอง “คันศรแห่งเอพิรุส” อำนาจแห่งการปกครองกองทัพที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดใน 3 โลก IMMORTALS (อิมมอร์ทัลส์) คือหนังแอ็คชั่นมหากาพย์ฝีมือการกำกับโดย ทาร์เซม ซิงก์ ภาพยนตร์เรื่องยิ่งใหญ่ส่งท้ายปี ที่อลังการทุนสร้างกว่า 3,500 ล้านบาท จากฝีมือการสร้างสรรค์ของผู้สร้าง 300 นำแสดงโดย เฮนรี่ คาวิลล์ จาก The Tudors และเป็นคนที่ถูกเลือกให้เป็น “ซุปเปอร์แมน” คนใหม่ ร่วมด้วย ฟรีด้า ปินโต้ จาก Slumdog Millionaire, มิคกี้ รู้ค จาก Iron Man 2, The Wrestler และ เคลแลน ลัตซ์ ผู้รับบทเป็น เอ็มเมตต์ ในแฟรนไชส์หนัง Twilight

 

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Happy Feet2

Happy Feet2

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วันเข้าฉาย 18/11/2011


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Mumble มีปัญหาเพราะลูกเล็กๆ ของเขา Erik เป็นโรคหวาดกลัว ลังเลที่จะเต้นรำ Erik วิ่งออกไปและได้พบกับ The Mighty Sven – นกเพนกวินที่สามารถบินได้! Mumble มีความหวังกับการแข่งขันความสามารถพิเศษแบบกฎใหม่ แต่สิ่งที่ได้รับแย่กว่านั้นเมื่อโลกสะเทือนจาแรงที่มีพลัง Erik เรียนรู้จากพ่อของเขา ‘กล้าและอดทน’ เป็น Mumble ที่นำประเทศเพนกวินและลักษณะของสิ่งมีชีวิตที่เหลือเชื่อทั้งหมด – จาก Krill เล็ก ๆ เพื่อ Elephant Seals ยักษ์ – ที่จะนำสิ่งที่ถูกต้อง

 

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The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

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เข้าฉาย 12/12/2011
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The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo เป็นภาพยนตร์แนวอาชกรรมลึกลับที่สร้างมาจากนิยายอาชญากรรมขายดีที่มีชื่อเดียวกันกับหนังของนักเขียนชาวสวีเดน Stieg Larsson ก่อนหน้าก็เคยทำเป็นหนังมาแล้วในปี 2009 ชื่อว่า The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo เช่นเดียวกัน เป็นหนังของสวีเดนที่สร้างออกมาเป็นไตรภาคด้วย และเคยฉายในบ้านเราด้วยที่โรงหนัง เฮาส์ rca แต่มาคราวนี้จะเป็นการสร้างในโปรดักชั่นของฮอลลีวู้ดที่ต้องไม่ธรรมดาแน่นอนและการตีความในแบบของ David Fincher ผู้กำกับ ที่ทั่วโลกให้การยอมรับ ผลงานดังๆของเขาก็อย่างเช่น se7en, Fight Club, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button และ The Social Network เป็นต้น

 

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‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ Trailer Is Dark Sci-Fi Drama

The full-length trailer for ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ hints at an almost Shakespearean sci-fi drama/thriller that brings the titular primates to life via cutting-edge CGI.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes went from being an almost joke project to a potentially fantastic sci-fi tragedy that encompasses the fall of humankind. All in the space of an official teaser trailer. If nothing else, the CGI simians designed by WETA Workshop appeared to be as close to photo-realistic as any real life motion-capture characters have up to this point.

A full-length trailer has been unveiled for the Planet of the Apes prequel, offering a bit more insight about the plot of the film – and more impressive footage of the digitally-rendered, rebellious primates in action.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes chronicles the efforts of one Will Rodman (James Franco), a scientist living in modern-day San Francisco who has engineered a chemical that could possibly cure Alzheimer’s disease, along with other neurological degenerative conditions in humans. However, in order to test the effectiveness of the drug, Will experiments on a chimp named Caesar (brought to life by Andy Serkis) – with unforeseen consequences.

Also along for the ride are human players like Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) as Will’s love interest Caroline; David Oyelowo (The Last King of Scotland) as Will’s superior, Steven Jacobs; and Brian Cox (X2) as the cruel owner of the primate sanctuary where Caesar and his fellow apes reside.

Check out the Rise of the Planet of the Apes trailer:

There appears to be an almost Shakespearean tragedy at the heart of Rise of the Planet of the Apes; between Will’s conflicted feelings about being a man of science and a father figure to Caesar – and the intelligent primate’s anger towards his inhumane captors (not to mention, his possible suffering from an Oedipus Complex) – there is some juicy dramatic material being explored here. That alone could be enough to prevent the film from falling into the trappings of a cliché cautionary sci-fi tale – which, with lines of dialog like “You’re trying to control things that are not mean to be controlled!”, Apes looks to be at a slight risk of becoming.

On the action side of things, Rise of the Planet of the Apes looks to impress as well. The digital primates are overall quite expressive and move with appropriately animalistic grace and power. While the effects look a little less convincing on a small computer screen, they’re still arguably as realistic as just about any other CGI visuals put to film – and the primates will surely look all the more believable when you watch them smash cars, swings through trees, or tackle helicopters mid-air up on a big theater screen.
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Finally – one potential leap in logic that (as several Screen Rant readers have pointed out) could have a negative effect on Rise of the Planet of the Apes concerns the idea of apes actually overthrowing human society – given our modern-day military and weapon complex. Director Rupert Wyatt has actually gone ahead and already addressed this issue, with the following explanation:

“['Rise of the Planet of the Apes'] is about leveling the playing field in terms of if a revolution were to start in our day and age with a species that was looking to take on humanity, I think we could all safely say that it wouldn’t have a chance in hell. We are the alpha of our world. But if you were to take certain things away from us, whether it be numbers or technology or whatever you want to call it, of course there’s that chance.”

Rise of the Planet of the Apes hits theaters this summer on August 5th.

 

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The Ward International Trailer Is Old-Fashioned, But Not Scary

The international trailer for John Carpenter’s ‘The Ward’ makes the film look like an old-school horror tale/ghost story – but not an especially scary or effective one.

Believe it or not, it’s been ten years since horror legend John Carpenter (Halloween, The Fog, Village of the Damned, etc.) directed a film — and his last picture was the forgettable spooky sci-fi tale Ghosts of Mars. He’ll return at last this year with The Ward, a mysterious ghost story that looks to rely on old-fashioned scare tactics rather than shock gore. But does the film look like a return to form for Carpenter?

Sadly, the answer appears to be no. The Ward international trailer has its share of clichés, including an over-reliance on cheap jump scares that come off more as predictable than unnerving.

The Ward stars Amber Heard (Drive Angry) as Kristen, a traumatized young woman who is committed to a mental institution under dubious circumstances. While there, she is haunted by visions of a ghoulish specter that appears to be one of the hospital’s former patients. Although the ghostly woman may or may not be real, Kristen soon realizes that she has to escape from her mysterious prison — before she suffers a fate far worse than death.

In terms of plot, The Ward is more than a bit reminiscent of Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch on the surface — since it revolves around a blonde-haired young woman who is wrongly committed to a corrupt institution around the mid-20th century. Carpenter’s film will almost definitely be more thematically cohesive and atmospheric than Snyder’s ambitious (but lackluster) project — still, does The Ward actually look scary?

Find out by watching the international trailer for The Ward below:

Some of you may notice the overt similarities between this international Ward trailer and the theatrical preview for Insidious — what with the ticking metronome, brief flashes of creepy monsters, and traditional haunted house movie genre tropes. The problem lies not so much in the use of said clichés, but rather the execution, which is where The Ward looks to fall on the flat side. All the same, it’s hard to fault Carpenter too much for striving to deliver a horror tale more interested in building tension and suspense — rather than just another film that mistakes having lots of blood and gore for being “scary.”

Carpenter fans might still want to give The Ward a peek, if only to see character actor Jared Harris — whose eclectic resume includes a memorable stint on Fringe, a recurring role on Mad Men, and the role of Moriarty in this winter’s Sherlock Holmes 2 — in action as a sinister therapist. Plus, Heard is pretty easy on the eyes as well.

The Ward will be available on VOD on June 8th. It will be given a limited theatrical release next month on July 8th.

 

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‘Zookeeper’ Trailer: Kevin James Talks To Animals, Hilarity Ensues

The full-length trailer for ‘Zookeeper’ features everything you would expect from a family-friendly Kevin James comedy about talking animals in a zoo.

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เข้าฉาย 10/10/2011
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โทมัส ป็อปเปอร์ ใช้เวลาส่วนใหญ่ของชีวิตหมดไปกับการทำงาน โดยมีเป้าหมายเพื่อที่จะเป็นที่ 1 ในการทำธุรกิจอสังหาริมทรัพย์ในเมืองนิวยอร์ก เขาต้องยอมเสียทุกอย่างไม่ว่าจะเป็น เพื่อน ครอบครัว หรือแม้กระทั่งความสุขในชีวิตของเขาเองในขณะที่การเจรจาธุรกิจครั้งใหญ่ที่สุดในอาชีพของเขาใกล้มาถึง เขาได้รับของขวัญชิ้นหนึ่ง ที่อยู่ในกล่องลึกลับซึ่งส่งมาจากแอนตาร์กติกา ของขวัญชิ้นนี้ส่งมาโดยพ่อของป็อปเปอร์ที่หายไปนานแล้วนั่นเอง
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‘The Adventures of Tintin’ Trailer: Mystery, Adventure, & Mo-Cap

The ‘Adventures of Tintin’ teaser trailer hints at a plot full of mystery, intrigue, and fantastical adventure. But how does the motion-capture animation compare to previous films?

Yesterday marked the arrival of two nifty posters for The Adventures of Tintin, a comic strip adaptation that unites some pretty big names behind the camera — including Steven Spielberg as director, Peter Jackson as producer, and Edgar Wright (among others) as co-screenwriter.

Today brings the first official Tintin trailer, which truly teases the film’s mix of Noirish atmosphere, fantastical mystery, high-seas thrills, and globe-trotting adventure — all brought to life via the use of motion-capture technology.

The Adventures of Tintin is the original creation of Belgian comic book writer and artist Georges Prosper Remi (he wrote under the pen name Hergé). He created twenty-three complete stories (and one unfinished) about the Tintin character, an intrepid journalist who, with the aid of his beloved terrier Snowy, travels the world and gets caught up in a variety of wondrous adventures. In the Spielberg film, young Tintin (Jamie Bell) must match wits with one of his greatest foes: the diabolical Red Rackham (Daniel Craig).

Spielberg and Jackson have spared no expense bringing Hergé’s beloved comic creation to life, using the same 3D performance-capture technology utilized by James Cameron on Avatar in order to both capture the stylized look of the hand-drawn Tintin universe — and render it more photo-realistic.

Check out the Adventures of Tintin teaser trailer (via iTunes Movie Trailers) below:

While we only get a few brief glimpses at the film’s numerous mo-cap characters (including that final shot of Tintin) in this trailer, what is shown looks fairly realistic yet slightly cartoonish in design. Hergé pioneered the mix of exaggerated human characters with more organic backgrounds (the ligne claire drawing method) and Spielberg’s movie adaptation seems to have done a nice job of imitating that style. Finally, it’s also nice to see that Tintin and his fellow humans don’t suffer quite so much from the “dead eyes syndrome” that has long afflicted the characters in mo-cap features either produced or directed by Robert Zemeckis (see: Mars Needs Moms).

Spielberg’s Adventures of Tintin (which previously went under the wordier title The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn) is based on some of the more famous stories in the Tintin canon — including (naturally) “The Secret of the Unicorn” and “Red Rackham’s Treasure”. Seeing that the script was co-written by Edgar Wright, along with current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat, and Joe Cornish (Attack the Block), the film should be a proper mix of period adventure, intrigue, and the sort of puzzle-like mystery plot that Moffat in particular is well known for.

This upcoming December could be a very good month for Spielberg, seeing as that The Adventures of Tintin is due to arrive on December 23rd, followed by his Oscar-hopeful adaptation, War Horse, on the 28th. Considering that the last time the filmmaking legend sat in the director’s chair was in 2008, on the fourth Indiana Jones movie, a return-to-form would be most welcome.

 

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‘Real Steel’ Trailer Mixes Family Drama and Robot Action

‘The full theatrical trailer for Shawn Levy’s ‘Real Steel’ sets family drama against sci-fi robot action. Can Hugh Jackman and his young co-star Dakota Goyo give this rock ‘em sock ‘em robot story a human heart?

Usually we’re pretty unified in regards to our respective tastes amongst the Screen Rant staff, but every now and then a film comes along that splits us right down the middle.

Director Shawn Levy’s (Night at the Museum) upcoming sci-fi/drama Real Steel has been one such divisive film: half of us feel believe the director’s promise that the movie is a mix of action and genuine heart, while the other half believe (as many causal movie goers do) that this is simply ‘Rock ‘em, Sock ‘em Robots: The Movie.’ (Better get used to that joke, you’ll be hearing it A LOT as this film makes it way to theaters.

The Real Steel teaser trailer didn’t help matters much – it basically painted the story as being about a washed-up boxer (Hugh Jackman) who uses a robot fighter to take his last shot at glory. When you think about it like that, those’Rock ‘em, Sock ‘em Robots’ jokes suddenly seem valid.

However, today we have the full Real Steel theatrical trailer, which finally offers a look at dimensions of the story that were altogether missing from the teaser: namely the relationship between Jackman’s character, Charlie Kenton, and his estranged son, Max (Dakota Goyo). As the trailer below reveals, it’s Max who actually dreams of creating a champion robot fighter, with Charlie using his fighting skills to help make his son’s nigh impossible dream come true, while also bridging the divide between them. When you take that human story into count, suddenly there’s more to this film than initially meets the eye.

Check out the Real Steel theatrical trailer below:

Switching topics (slightly): It’s long been a complaint amongst fans that Michael Bay’s Transformers movies have lacked the necessary heart needed to bolster all the robot mayhem and cheesy humor. If anything, Bay’s films have used the human protagonists as a way of cutting costs on CGI effects – a price tag that would be much higher if the Transformers films focused more on the robots than the humans.

That said, Real Steel faces a danger of its own: that the father/son drama at its core will be uninteresting or flat, punctuated by brief respites of robot action. On the other hand, similar to early impressions of J.J. Abrams’ upcoming sci-fi/drama film Super 8, Levy may have a story on his hands that is genuinely engaging, fun, and even moving – in the same vein of classic Steven Spielberg sci-fi/dramas (see: ET).

One thing’s for sure at the moment: news that a sequel is already being developed certainly suggests that the studio believes that Levy has made a worthwhile film. I guess we’ll know for sure if the drama and action work cohesively when Real Steel is released in theaters on October 7, 2011.

 

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‘Final Destination 5′ Trailer: Death’s Usual Bag of Tricks

An official trailer has been released for ‘Final Destination 5′, which once again finds a group of young people being stalked by Death after they survive a terrible accident.

By the time the fifth entry in a stalker horror franchise rolls around, the series has generally abandoned any notion of developing unnerving atmosphere or delivering genuinely shocking jump-scares – and instead just aims to up the ante in terms of creatively-contrived kills. Enter Final Destination 5.

An official trailer has been released for the fifth Final Destination flick, which promises to deliver exactly what you would expect: lesser-known actors and actresses being “stalked by Death” and murdered in a variety of bizarre and squirm-inducing manners.

Here is an all-too-familiar synopsis for Final Destination 5:

In this fifth installment, Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But this group of unsuspecting souls was never supposed to survive, and, in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group frantically tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda.

TV stars like Emma Bell (The Walking Dead), Nick D’Agosto (Heroes), and Miles Fisher (Gossip Girl) serve as potential victims in Final Destination 5, which was scripted by Eric Heisserer (the Nightmare on Elm Street remake). So what does the non-corporeal representation of Death have in store this time?

Find out by watching the Final Destination 5 trailer (via STYD) below:

This trailer does tease at a handful of genuinely unsettling setups and deadly set pieces in Final Destination 5 (that scene in the ophthalmologist’s office in particular). Plus, there thankfully isn’t really any in-your-face 3D gimmickry in the trailer – though the actual film will probably have a fair amount of that, seeing how Brian Pearson (Drive Angry, My Bloody Valentine) served as the director of photography.

However, there’s no real suspense in any of this footage; what little excitement there is comes from the promise of nameless and uninteresting characters getting the axe in some predictably elaborate but gruesome fashion. So, outside of gore hounds, few other moviegoers will likely have much fun watching this thing. Of course, if we’re being honest, no one but die-hard fans of the franchise are probably itching to see this pic anyway.

The fifth Final Destination movie wisely changed release dates, and will avoid having to open against either the Guillermo del Toro-produced scarefest Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark or the much-delayed Apollo 18. Depending on how well the fifth film does in theaters, Final Destination 6 could (or not) be right around the corner.

Final Destination 5 hits theaters this summer on August 12th.

 

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‘Conan the Barbarian’ Trailer is an Impressive But Familiar Beast

A full-length trailer has been released for ‘Conan the Barbarian’, a reboot that features Jason Momoa as the titular, muscle-bound warrior in a mystical prehistoric world.

One of the things we lamented in our 2011 Summer Movie Preview was that we hadn’t really seen any significant amount of footage from the Conan the Barbarian reboot. The Conan teaser offered a (very) brief look at Jason Momoa’s version of the titular warrior – and the war paint-clad opponents he faces in the film.

Now we have a full-length theatrical trailer that offers a glimpse at the new cinematic incarnation of Conan – as envisioned by director Marcus Nispel, the man behind the remakes of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th.

Here is the official synopsis for the new Conan the Barbarian:

To avenge the murder of his father and the slaughter of his Cimmerian village, Conan (Momoa) goes on a quest to find and kill the sadistic warlord responsible. However, this warlord, Khalar Zym (Stephen Lang), is on his own quest to find an elusive young woman, Tamara (Rachel Nichols), the key to an enigmatic ritual of resurrection. When Conan abducts Tamara and uses her as bait, he is pursued by armies, besieged by monsters and led to a site of primeval magic and human sacrifice.

Check out the full theatrical trailer for the film below:

On the one hand: This Conan trailer does a good job of establishing the mystical yet down-and-dirty atmosphere of the ancient world setting. It also offers some tantalizing glimpses at the gritty action sequences and impressively macabre production design – not to mention both Momoa as the titular brute and the world he inhabits seem more akin to the original Conan the Barbarian comic books than the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring films back in the 1980s ever did.

On the other hand: The bits of CGI monsters and sand creatures are a bit too reminiscent of fantastical adventure pics like The Mummy and Clash of the Titans remake for my tastes – not to mention, a bit on the fake side. That said, props to Nispel for not just emulating the visual style of 300 - since one of the earlier Conan pics released suggested the film might do just that. It’s just too bad we don’t get to see more of Lang’s villainous warlord (I imagine he’ll be good fun in the part).

Overall, Conan the Barbarian could be a wild card. It’ll either be an awesome period action-adventure in which Momoa really captures the chest-thumping, head-slicing nature of the Conan character – or he (and the film as a whole) could end up just being a disappointment.

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Conan the Barbarian arrives in theaters this summer on August 19th. How does it look to you so far?

Source: Yahoo! Movies

 

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