Saturday, April 26, 2014
Boyhood and The Grand Seduction Trailers
Richard Linklater is best known for his critically adored indie romance trilogy that debuted with 1995's Before Sunrise. However, at the Sundance this year the buzz was swirling after Linklater's latest cinematic achievement, Boyhood, became a late entry into the festival. Boyhood was shot intermittently over a 12 year period beginning in 2002 and follows the story of a divorced couple (played by Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette) trying to raise a son. There's never been any film quite like Boyhood, and it has some legitimate Oscar potential. Check out the first official trailer for Boyhood below.
Brendan Gleeson has quickly grown into one of my favorite actors. This year he stars alongside Lone Survivor's Taylor Kitsch in the affable comedy The Grand Seduction. The film centers around a small struggling harbor town called Tickle Cove. However, if the townsfolk are able to convince a visiting doctor to stay, then they'll lock down a contract for a factory that will save Tickle Cove from financial ruin. Check out the debut trailer for The Grand Seduction below.