The Trailer Guide — 7/7/07

casey-affleck.gifIt’s time again, folks. Time to showcase a random assortment of this weeks trailers that you may have missed. These are picked based mostly on what I think you might find interesting and, selfishly, what I think looks interesting. In any case, enjoy.

Gone Baby Gone
This film marks the directorial debut of Ben Affleck. Based on the novel by Dennis Lehane, the story is about a two detectives who risk everything by searching for a 4 year old girl that has been abducted from one of the harshest parts of Boston.

A local TV reporter, and cameraman, covering the night shift at the fire department ends up going on a rescue mission with the firefighters. Once they arrive, things start to get creepy.

Two sects of werewolves battle one another for control of a child, half-human/half-wolf who has the power to end their curse.

The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep
Two children discover an egg on a beach in Scotland which eventually hatches into a “waterhorse”. Later, that waterhorse grows up to be the Loch Ness monster.

After being dumped by his girlfriend, Ben Willis develops insomnia. To utilize this newly found eight hours in his life, he takes a job at a local supermarket working the late night shift. It’s here that he meets a colorful cast of characters and fantasizes about stopping time in order to draw the stores patrons.

Michael Clayton
Michael Clayton is an in-house “fixer” at one of the largest corporate law firms in New York. When a brilliant and guilt-ridden attorney, Arthur Edens, sabotages the U/North case, Clayton faces the biggest challenge of his career and his life.

Lions for Lambs
Three interconnected lives converge: A congressman interacts with a journalist; an idealistic professor tries to inspire a privileged student; and a pair of American soldiers wounded in Afghanistan, one having been the professor’s former student.

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One Comment on “The Trailer Guide — 7/7/07”

  1. S Wofford Says:

    Waterhorse looks like my kind of movie. And Cashback looks like it could be very interesting. Although it is bound to draw lots of fangirls since the lead is portrayed by a former harry Potter actor. But it looks good!

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