Generally, we only mention a movie once, maybe twice on Frachelli – and even though the seventh Star Wars film releases December 18th, we’re already writing about it for the third time. The latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailers gives us a glimpse at the return of Luke, Leia, Han and Chewbacca – and we couldn’t be more excited. We hope you enjoyed the trailer as much as we did, and may the force be with you.
We were waiting for a little more information to come out before sharing the Knight of Cups Trailer, but there hasn’t been much to share. With no exact release date to speak of, the 2015 film titled after a Tarot Card was written and directed by Terrence Malick and stars Christian Bale. We’re not sure what it’s really about, or what it has to do with Tarot Cards, but maybe that’s what is intriguing about it. The film will also star Antonio Banderas, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, and our previous Crush of the Week Freida Pinto.
New Star Wars trailer. Need we say more? If you’re a big Star Wars fan, odds are you’ve seen it twenty times already by the time we had a chance to post it – but here’s a closeup of that three-sided fiery lightsaber just in case you haven’t perused through the official website yet:
While it’s going to be tough to live up to the original 1993 film, we can’t help to be exited for a new Jurassic Park movie. A teaser trailer was just released for Jurassic World, which is starring Chris Pratt and Judy Greer – and set to hit theaters June 12 2015.
The question is, why wouldn’t you watch an animated series starring Mike Tyson? Premiering October 17th on Adult Swim, Mike Tyson Mysteries stars Iron Mike himself and Norm MacDonald co-stars as a talking pigeon. Together, they solve mysteries. What more do you need to know?
We came across the trailer for the comedy-crime-drama Inherent Vice and are excited to catch the film when it hits theaters (limited release on 12/12/14 and then 1/9/15). Joaquin Pheonix stars as a drug-fueled detective in 1970, and Inherent Vice has a very impressive cast including Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, Owen Wilson, Martin Short, and Josh Brolin to name a few.
If you’ve got some time to kill, check out the YouTube playlist 8 Bit Cinema. You’ll find 33 classic movies remade in the style of NES/SNES video games with an average length of around 3 minutes. Some of classics include The Matrix, Kill Bill, The Big Lebowski, Pulp Fiction and Donnie Darko – all of which are done with witty, comical, 8-bit representations of the films.