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    • SPLIT - Movie Review

      2 years ago


      Split sees the continuing come back for M. Night Shyamalan after a more than entertaining and quality film The Visit from back in 2015. Say what you will about The Visit (which I adore) but you can't argue that it wasn't a drastic improvement from his other films. Those films being After Earth and The Last Airbender (I argue The Happening is so bad it's good). And Split is further solidifying M. Nights return as a creative writer and director.

      James McAvoy plays Kevin, a character who happens to have 23 personalities living inside him. This creates a bevy of characters for McAvoy to fully explore and get creative with. Kevin kidnaps three girls one in which is played by the wonderful Anya Taylor Joy from The Witch. And it's up to the girls to figure out how to escape from Kevin and his multiple personalities.

      To say much more would be a huge disservice to the film. Going into this with little to no knowledge or embedded images and shots in your head will vastly improve your experience. Avoid any trailers OTHER than the first initial Teaser Trailer. The movie is thrilling and edge of your seat suspenseful. Shyamalan knows how to set up his world perfectly and create a sense of normalty that slowly devolves into chaos and madness. In doing so you see things in this movie that'll have you gasping and exclaiming "What the Hell!?" and none of it feels forced. The movie wrestles with some dark themes including abuse and actually pushes the envelope for a PG-13 film in my opinion. Once again I should reiterate that it never felt forced or unnecessary. Shyamalan earns our reactions and there are many to be had in Split. This movie 100% hinges on the performance by James McAvoy who is absolutely giving it his all and it shows.

      Now with any M. Night Shyamalan film, you learn to go in with certain expectations. And with these expectations comes anticipation of a twist! I feel it necessary to confess that there is SOMETHING in this film. I can't quite call it a "twist" per say... but it's definitely... something. And unfortunately I can't say that the last few minutes of the movie left me on a high note. I found myself thinking "WTF?" but not really in anger... more disbelief and wonderment. There's something that occurs at the last few moments that some people will eat up and others like myself will be left a little unfulfilled. It's REALLY REALLY hard to accurately express my thoughts on this without giving it away, just trust me when I say the footnote on this movie isn't for everyone.

      Luckily, I don't feel the movie hinges on the last few moments. The rest of the movie is a wildly unnerving psychological thriller that is deliciously original. And it's all held together by a GOD like performance from James McAvoy.

      Once again, I can cry out "M NIGHT. SHYAMALAN IS BACK!"

       star star star 1/2 STARS


    • Patriots Day - Movie Review

      2 years ago


      Patriots Day further solidifies the dynamite team up between director Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg. Having both collaborated on last years Deepwater Horizon and Lone Survivor, Patriots Day is their crowning achievement together.

      A film based around the events of the Boston Bombings of 2013 is a tough sell for sure. Some could argue that it may be "too soon" for a film about this tragedy on American soil and would this film be respectful and be tasteful. To put all those questions and worries aside I can 100% confirm that this movie delivers in spades, a gut wrenching, visceral, and incredible experience.

      To me the Boston Bombing was like most other tragedies we see on the news lately... a horrible act of terrorism that didn't impact me specifically. That's not to say I didn't feel pain and sorrow for those who died in the tragedies like the Aurora shooting or Sandy Hook or even overseas tragedies like Paris. But I suppose I just never really was hit with the gravity and the magnitude of the lives that were lost. Patriots Day ignited a passion for patriotism and heroism in my heart.

      It made me angry. I was gripped with anger and intensity at the two individuals that orchestrated this unspeakable crime. It made me tear up to the point of tears rolling down my cheeks multiple times. Most notably a scene in which a police officer is standing alone on the street where one of the bombs went off, guarding the covered dead body of a young 8 year old boy.

      The movie threads together multiple peoples lives before, during, and after the bombing. This helps illustrate and further drive home the sheer impact this event had on everyone. It creates a larger sense of scale and makes it more human rather than have it focus on one character.

      Arguably the lead in this all star cast (J.K. Simmons, John Goodman, Kevin Bacon) is Mark Wahlberg. Mark Wahlberg is at his best when he's loud, a smart ass, and spouting f bombs. He's got that classic charm and charisma we all know and love and that personality is then faced with the horror of the bombings.

      This movie is absolutely riveting from start to finish. It is a beautiful and horrifying examination into the events that shook our country and will not be forgotten.

       star star star star 1/2 STARS


    • Emily Wants to Play - Twitch Stream TONIGHT

      2 years ago


      Catch me streaming on Twitch at 9:30pm CT/10:30ET tonight. I'll be playing Emily Wants to Play. A spooky game for sure. It'll be happening here! >https://www.twitch.tv/iamverymoist


    • Christine - Movie Review

      2 years ago


      "Christine" takes a startling and uncomfortable look at the real life story of Christine Chubbuck, the woman who would become famous for committing suicide live on television.

      This film is anchored solely by the incredible performance by Rebecca Hall has the titular Christine. She plays the role with such sympathy that even despite the awkward shortcomings of her character, you want the best for her.

      The ensemble cast also helps aid Hall especially a welcome presence of Michael C Hall as the main news anchor at the station Christine works at and the object of her affections.

      "Christine" is a tragic and unflinching film about the breakdown of an already unstable character. The movie feels absolutely realistic even despite knowing it's based on true events. And even though the end result of the film is well known if you've heard the story of Christine Chubbuck... the journey getting to that penultimate point is a heartbreaking and genuinely unnerving ride.

       star star star 1/2 



      2 years ago


      Looking for anyone in the Austin area who would be interested in tagging along with me to an advanced screening of M.Night Shyamalan's newest flick SPLIT. A week before it's release. It'll be this Friday the 13th at 7:30pm at a theater in Pflugerville. 

      Comment below if you're free and would like to join me. Will have to arrive far in advance to the 7:30pm screentime. 

      Let's go!



      2 years ago


      Come join in on the antics this Monday night and play some Quiplash 2 with yours truly! 


    • Top 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2017

      2 years ago


      Hey we made it kiddos! Out with the old and in with the new. 2016 is gone and we're now at the tip of 2017 meaning we must gear up for the new year of films ahead. I've compiled a list of what are my most anticipated films of 2017. This was an extremely difficult list to make considering the amount of insane films releasing this year, but I did my best to arrange them accordingly. These are all films with official release dates already set and are ranked by my personal excitement level.

      10. Wonder Woman (Patty Jenkins)


      I am a little trepidatious about putting this film on my Top 10 Most Anticipated. After feeling indifferent about Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad, I hate giving Warner Bros my excitement cause I'm almost 90% sure I'll be disappointed. What faith should I give this film after the past two misfires? But alas, I love Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and I'm a fan of Chris Pine. The trailers all look great... but so did Suicide Squad. But hot damn if that Wonder Woman theme isn't the most metal shit I've heard.

      9. Kong: Skull Island (Jordan Vogt-Roberts)


      I was a huge advocate for 2014's GODZILLA. And I cannot believe we're going to get a new Kong film that follows an alternate timeline from the original. Kong: Skull Island will serve as the introduction to a new version of Kong which will eventually lead to Kong vs Godzilla in 2020 which I pray I live long enough to see. Skull Island looks like Apocalypse Now meets Kong and to me that is utterly fascinating. The cast as well being John Goodman, Samuel L Jackson, Brie Larson, John C Reilly, and Tom Hiddleston... GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!

      8. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (James Gunn)


      I mean... obviously. Written and Directed by the amazing James Gunn, Guardians Vol 2 is more adventures with our favorite space heroes. It looks splendidly gorgeous and bursting with color and action. The cast list is insane with this entry in the MCU with Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone joining in on the fun as well. Oh and Baby Groot AND another bitchin Awesome Mix?! Sign me up!

      7. Get Out (Jordan Peele)


      My curiosity with this film is through the roof. Funny man Jordan Peele of Key & Peele fame is making his directorial debut this year. What is truly fascinating about Jordan Peele's first written and directed feature is that it's a horror film. The film seems to be tackling interesting race issues considering the film is about a young African American man visiting his Caucasian girlfriend's cursed family estate. And if the trailer is any indiction... shit gets weird. I personally stopped watching the trailer halfway through because I want to be surprised in the theater. In the words of Calvin Candie... "You had my curiosity, but now you have my attention".

      6. Free Fire (Ben Wheatley)


      This is an interesting film to write about on this list considering I know next to nothing about it. It's a film being distributed by A24 who I love and brought us films such as TuskThe WitchGreen RoomMoonlight, and my personal favorite Swiss Army Man. This company tends to support smaller films that have all notoriously been phenomenal. Set in Boston in 1978, Free Fire centers on a meeting in a deserted warehouse between two gangs that turns into a shootout and a game of survival. Starring Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, and Sharlto Copley, keep an eye out for this smaller film. 

      5. Baby Driver (Edgar Wright)


      Another movie that not much can be said about. This is latest film written and directed by the great Edgar Wright. I'm not sure I need to know much more other than the fact this is a new original film by Wright who brought us Scott Pilgrim, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and more. The synopsis of the film is "After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail". It also stars Ansel Elgort, Jamie Foxx, Lily James, Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, and Jon Bernthal. This should be on your radar for sure. 

      4. Logan (James Mangold)


      I'll be the first to admit the only X-Men film I've seen to completion is First Class. Those characters and films just really don't grab me and it seems most of them are hit and miss. If there is one X-Men I do care about it's Wolverine. The idea of having an R rated Wolverine film sounds badass. And that trailer with the Johnny Cash song is probably one of the best trailers to release in 2016. I've heard good word from my buddy from Drafthouse Films who saw 40 minutes of the film at BNAT 16' this past October here in Austin and all signs point towards this being the R rated Wolverine film we've been waiting for. Get excited.

      3. Split (M. Night Shyamalan)


      For the most part I would consider myself a big fan of M. Night. I avoided The Last Airbender, and I would argue that The Happening is a beautiful trainwreck of a film that I adore. We all thought M. Night lost his touch and for the most part he did. However, The Visit shocked me. I was creeped out and rolling on the ground laughing at the tight rope act of horror and comedy that Shyamalan walked with his comeback film. Now all eyes are on Split, starring James McAvoy. This is another film that I stopped watching the trailer halfway through. I want to know as little as possible about this creepy and psychological thriller. This is also a movie that was screened as a surprise to Fantastic Fest attendees here in Austin and a friend of mine got to check it out. Nothing but praiseworthy words were shared amongst those who saw the film. I think we're safe to get excited and put our faith back into M. Night Shyamalan.

      2. Alien Covenant (Ridley Scott)


      Hot off the success of The Martian, Ridley Scott is striking back back fear in space with Alien Covenant the sequel to Prometheus. I am huge Alien fan and the intrigue behind Ridley Scott bringing back the iconic Xenomorph and Facehugger to the big screen is immensely exciting. Add on top of that the exciting factor of the new alien Neomorph that bursts out of peoples back and throats! And the cast that includes: Katherine Waterston, James Franco, Michael Fassbender, Danny McBride, and more. The only place people will hear me scream is in the theater this May.

      1. Star Wars: Episode VIII (Rian Johnson)


      This is obvious and going forward each year until the end of times a Star Wars movie will ALWAYS been on the top of my list. As a massive Star Wars fan, I could not be more excited to see what the talented Rian Johnson does with Ep VIII. I can't wait to see footage at Celebration this year in Orlando and seeing the further adventures of Rey, Finn, BB8, and Poe. I'm anxious to see the direction they take this considering The Force Awakens followed the structure of A New Hope which I didn't mind. This entry into the franchise CANNOT follow any story structure that we've seen so far in Star Wars. It has to be new and fresh. And if anyone is going to do that it's going to be Rian Johnson. Hurry up December!

      So that's it folks, my Top 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2016. I look forward to these films, the other blockbusters, and of course the indie darlings. What're your most anticipated films of this year?! Comment below and let me know.

    • Top 10 WORST Films of 2016

      2 years ago


      With 2016 coming to an end this week, I've compiled a list of what was to me the WORST Films of 2016. Full disclosure, I have not seen every film released this calendar year. I did however see A LOT. Enough so that I was able to make this list with little to no trouble. 

      So without further ado, let's get into my Top 10 WORST Films of 2016.

      10. Warcraft (Duncan Jones)


      Not much can be said about this movie in my opinion. I was mildly looking forward to this movie purely based on the fact that Duncan Jones was at the helm. Director of films like Moon and Source Code, I had some slight hope that he could deliver a B grade Lord of the Rings type movie in the world of Azeroth. And he sorta succeeded. Luckily my issues with the film aren't linked to his directing. Ultimately this movie is just really forgettable with no real stakes or characters that we really care for. I am hard pressed to believe we're going to be getting a sequel to this. In the realm of video game movies, this is definitely the most tolerable.

      9. 31 (Rob Zombie)


      I am a HUGE horror fan. All various sub genres included. I'm no stranger to the torture porn category either. Which is what had me VERY excited for Rob Zombie's latest flick. It had been in development for quite sometime, and the idea of a 'fucked up survive or die torture game' with crazed carnies got me even more hyped. Oddly enough, the movie I wanted it to be was scarier than the finished product. Maybe I'm just desensitized. But nothing really in '31' surprised me or repulsed me in the way I was hoping it would. Yes there was a really cool scene with a sex doll and a disorienting scene with strobe lights, but in the end they focused on certain villainous characters FAR too long and by the time the credits hit I had already checked out.

      8. Ghostbusters (Paul Feig)


      I didn't want this. I don't think anyone really wanted this. But here it is. I went in and gave it the benefit of the doubt. Yes I laughed. Yes there were moments that were fun. But the over abundance of CGI, horribly misguided and utterly embarrassing cameos and over reliance on paying homage to the original left a sour taste in my mouth. 

      7. Suicide Squad (David Ayer)


      I've learned my lesson now. NEVER get your hopes up for a DC film again. I say that because Suicide Squad was one of my most anticipated films of this year. Not only that but EVERY SINGLE trailer they released I thought was dynamite! Aspects of this film are VERY good. Harley Quinn and Deadshot were fantastic. I even liked Letos Joker. But you can't tell me with a straight face that this movie isn't contrived, horribly edited, and the result of DC as a studio being 100% reactionary. Meaning the film that this was going to be was scraped due to bad reactions to BvS earlier this year and that made them rethink Suicide Squad. Thus giving us this horribly unbalanced hodgepodge of a comic book movie. My expectations for Wonder Woman now are starting to steadily decline. Please prove me wrong Patty Jenkins. Also 'Gotham City Sirens'?! FUCK NO!

      6. SiREN (Gregg Bishop)


      I'm willing to bet you probably don't even know what this is. This film is the feature length adaptation to Amateur Night, the first segment in the horror anthology film V/H/S. That short followed a group of frat guys looking for a good night out with some ladies. When one of the boys unwillingly brings back to their motel a girl that is more than meets the eye, shit quickly hits the fan. I was a HUGE fan of that segment in V/H/S, so much so that I was very interested in seeing what they could do with it as a feature. As it turns out I wish I would've just let this mythology stay a mystery. The acting is utterly atrocious, the editing and directing is mildly professional at best, and the film overall is just frustrating as hell. Yes there's some fucked up imagery in the film, but that's not enough to warrant a viewing. I want my time back.

      5. The Neon Demon (Nicolas Winding Refn)


      Hot damn if this isn't a gorgeous ass movie then I don't know what is. Sadly the dazzling and hypnotic imagery and pulsating score by Cliff Martinez is not enough to save someone from this bizarrely frustrating and boring film. Nicolas Winding Refn continues to be the most self indulgent director in Hollywood. I LOVED his film Drive but Only God Forgives really disappointed me. I was hoping The Neon Demon would turn things around for me but I was so wrong. NWR continues to plunge viewers into his warped mind by subjecting us to an incoherent, obscure, baffling, and self masturbatory film. Refn thinks he's a better director than he really is and The Neon Demon further cements that truth. It's an objectively terrible film that is as misguided and lost as Refn's sense of directing.

      4. Independence Day: Resurgence (Roland Emmerich)


      Bigger is certainly NOT better. It made me actually sad to see Jeff Goldblum wasting his time in this film. He's bang out great in this like he is in everything but I could see through those eyes of his that there is pain within. It's a painfully long, unnecessary orgy of CGI that shits on the original in the process. I guess we have a third film to look forward to now.... yay. 

      3. The Purge: Election Year (James DeMonaco


      I have an abusive relationship with these Purge films. I so desperately want them to be good. I LOVE the idea as goofy as it is. The first film was a let down of epic proportions, the sequel was step in the right direction and my favorite in the franchise, and this third one... was not even a movie. I should mention I wasn't in the right frame of mind when seeing this (thinking that'd help the experience, it didn't). The performances are laughably awful aside from Grillo who is doing his best with what's been given to him. The editing is sloppy and it felt like a direct to DVD Purge film. Oddly enough it was even directed by the same guy who did the other two?! How does it go from mediocre, to great, to GOD AWFUL!? What the hell happened? Oh and I left at the last 10 minutes cause I just didn't give a shit so there's that too. 

      2. Zoolander 2 (Ben Stiller)


      I was stupidly excited for this movie. I REALLY wanted it to succeed. The star power is great and the original is one of my all time favorite comedies. But if there's one thing Dumb and Dumber Too confirmed for me, it's that long belated sequels to classic comedies do NOT work. Especially when half your jokes are cameos that feel way too forced and when your basic plot structure is that of the original just not nearly as good. Zoolander 2 is a stupid waste of time that is an embarrassing credit all these actors portfolios of work. They should be ashamed. 

      1. The Greasy Strangler (Jim Hosking)


      This shit is right up my alley. I was very much looking forward to this film after it was showcased at Fantastic Fest this year here in Austin. Unfortunately nothing could've prepared me for how painfully stupid and idiotic this movie was. Much like horror, I love ALL types of comedy. From gross out humor, to deadpan black comedy, to slapstick. I love Napoleon Dynamite, Tim and Eric, Eric Andre Show, Monty Python, The Hangover, etc etc. Most things can make me laugh. This film looked like Tim and Eric and Napoleon Dynamite on crack and for that I was so in. Make no mistake, this movie is 100% annoying, stupid, abhorrent, lazy, confusing, convoluted, and easily the biggest waste of time and energy of 2016 in film. I could not give less shits about this movie. And if you dug this movie... cool, I just think your opinion is objectively wrong. There is almost nothing redeemable about this... this thing.

      So there it is folks, my Top 10 WORST Films of 2016. What did ya think? Have you seen any of these? What was your worst film of 2016? Comment below and let me know!  

    • SILENCE Trailer - Martin Scorsese's Latest Film

      2 years ago


      Martin Scorsese is getting old. With the knowledge of this unfortunate truth, we need to start to really appreciate any new Scorsese films that release from here on out. If you're a movie buff like myself you probably already do. However, we can all now celebrate that a month from now we will get to see the latest Martin Scorsese film entitled SILENCE. This film has been in development since 1990 and now we finally have the first trailer for the film starring Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield, and Adam Driver. 


      This movie is ripe for Oscar potential, which makes sense in it's release timing right before the end of the year. The film follows a pair of Jesuit priests who travel to feudal Japan in search of their former mentor, played by Liam Neeson

      Hit up the trailer below and let me know your thoughts on it in the comments! 

    • My Top 10 Trailers of 2016

      2 years ago


      This might be an unfair post to make as of now considering 2016 is not yet over. But with the trailers I've compiled thus far, it is already a tough list to make. These trailers were all released in 2016 regardless of if they're for films coming out in 2017. The list is my personal favorite trailers. It's all subjective but I did use I slight guideline when picking these out and sorting them. It came down to the music, shot compilation, how well it presents the story of the film, as well as excitement level. The last criteria is a little opinionated because one persons excitement for a film may not be the same for someone else's. 

      Regardless, here is my Top 10 Trailers of 2016. 

      10: BLAIR WITCH (The Woods)

      Initially titled as THE WOODS, Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett's official sequel to the influential found footage horror film The Blair Witch Project, sought out to right the wrongs of it's initial sequel Book of Shadows (which is shit). Despite your thoughts on this film (which I enjoyed) the trailer itself even with the name of The Woods still attached is deeply unnerving. The incorporation of the song Every Breathe You Take was used excellently to depict the nature of the film as these kids venture into the Blackhills Forest and indeed are being "watched" by whatever lives in the woods. A short and simple trailer that provides some creepy and disturbing imagery whilst keeping the majority of the film hidden to everyone. 

      9: Green Room

      Another minimalist trailer that benefits greatly from not showing much of anything. While the general plot and conflict of the film is clearly laid out, the big surprises and fun of the film is unseen. This makes the viewing of the film that much more intense and memorable. You get just enough from this trailer to peak your interest and get you to want to watch the movie, which is the MAIN goal of any good trailer. Patrick Stewarts ominous voice over provides a sense of tread and terror for whats to come for these kids trapped in a green room.

      8:  The Invitation

      Now personally, this trailer may show more than what I would want someone to see. But as far as trailers go it is certainly one that grabs ahold of you and makes you ask questions. If you could just take my word for it, I'd say just go watch this movie immediately on Netflix. Go in as blind as possible. If you want to watch the trailer anyway despite my advice then it's here for you. From the opening music to the last shots as we hear gasps of terror before the trailer ends, the descent into paranoia and madness is clearly illustrated here. It's a well calculated and superbly cut together trailer. 

      7: American Honey

      The music in this trailer (which is also in the film) is the through line that holds everything together. Shot in 4:3 aspect ratio, giving it an odd flair, the trailer for American Honey shows the rebellious and free spirited nature of the film. While I have my own personal gripe with how the movie is 20 minutes or so too long (it's around 2hr 45min), the trailer shows all the best aspects of the movie and clearly represents what the flick is all about. It's raw, beautiful, and tragic.

      6: 10 Cloverfield Lane

      I am an absolute sucker for great music in trailers, if that isn't already apparent from this list. And 10 Cloverfield Lane is no exception. This movie came out of nowhere and shocked everyone who was a fan of Cloverfield and JJ Abrams in general. The aura of mystery beyond what we're seeing in the trailer was thrilling and even after it ends, we still have NO FUCKING CLUE what is going on. But I'd be hard pressed to believe that someone wouldn't wanna watch this after seeing this trailer.

      5: Suicide Squad 

      This is the 2nd trailer featuring Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. While I abhor the movie as a whole, this trailer and quite frankly all of the trailers, remind me how excited I was for this movie. I was rooting for DC on this one and they once again dropped the ball... hard. The trailer is well cut together and matches to the song beautifully. It looks fun, poppy, colorful, and action packed. Everything that the movie wasn't. 

      4: ROGUE ONE: A Star Wars Story

      Oddly enough this isn't higher on my list considering I am a HUGE Star Wars fan. I chose the first teaser trailer because for me, I didn't need all the extra fluff that we see in the official trailer, trailer 2, or even the international trailer. While those other trailers did indeed visually confirm the presence of Darth Vader, I didn't need that. All I needed was to see visually the plot at hand, our new heroes, and motherfucking AT-AT's (oh I'm sorry... AT-ACT's, they're different from EMPIRE) storming the beaches of Scarif and mowing down people. That accompanied with the fantastic music and the Death Star sirens blaring hauntingly... everything about this teaser teased me and I LOVED it.


      What is quite possibly my favorite film of 2016, the trailer for Swiss Army Man perfectly captures the sheer absurd nature of the film. A corpse that jet skis across the ocean propelled by it's farts. That alone made me want to see this movie. And then I saw this trailer and fell in love. The beautiful imagery, the performances that are showcased in this short trailer, as well as the delightful Montage song from the soundtrack by Andy Hull and stars Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe further solidified this as a must see for me and made this trailer one of my favorites of the year.

      2: LOGAN

      This came out of complete left field for me seeing as I wasn't really aware this was a thing. And as a not so big X-Men fan, the fact that this trailer is #2 on my list speaks volumes to how great this trailer is. The pairing of Johnny Cash's Hurt could not have been placed better in any other trailer than this one. It matches beautifully with the tragic state of Logan in this film and I look forward to seeing this R rated Wolverine film as Jackman's final bow as the clawed X-Men. The right amount of intrigue and mystery, coupled with a co-starring performance by Patrick Stewart, Logan has the makings of being the finest version of Wolverine we'll ever see. 

      #1LA LA LAND

      I am an absolute sucker for musicals. As someone who has been in many musicals myself and seen a shit ton of them, seeing something like La La Land appear on movie screens in this day and age is an absolute dream. The trailer taps into something lost in modern cinema... magic. The trailer is wonderfully delightful and colorful. It's brimming with wonder and joy. Written and Directed by Damien Chazelle who recently brought us the incomparable Whiplash, brings La La Land to theaters next month. Filled with original music and Oscar worthy performances from Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, La La Land looks like the movie that you get all dressed up for with a beautiful date and make it a spellbinding evening at your local cinema. 

      So there it is folks, my Top 10 Trailers of 2016. Now I wanna know what some of your favorite trailers are from 2016. Comment below your favorites and let me know what you think of my list!

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