Friday, January 14, 2011

Trailer Trash: The January 14th Quickie

Nicolas Cage's Season of the Witch jumpstarted the lameness of 2011 and this week proves there's no signs of the crapitude relenting. The two major releases for this week listed at IMDb look, um shall we say, less than stellar.

The Green Hornet In case you missed it, I ripped Green Hornet a fairly roomy new asshole last week in the post And I Thought 2010 Sucked..., so there's not much left to say about these trailers. I will admit, as low as my opinion was of Green Hornet, I was still coerced into attending a free 3D screening last night. Guess I still had some interest in seeing if Kato could carry the movie.

Verdict: It's Friday, I Don't Want to be Alone.

The Dilemma
Vince Vaughn used to be so money, but his last few projects seems like he's shucking more for the coinage than being genuinely entertaining. As for K-Jam, I'm still waiting to laugh in any of his movies. Those should be reason enough to avoid this, but if you need one more; trailers for The Rabbit Hole are way funnier than any I've seen for The Dilemma.

Verdict: Exercise the Right to Cinematic Celibacy.

That's a wrap for this week's releases, stargazers. Tune in soon to read my stinging review of The Green Hornet. Find out if all the buzz is merited or if it'll be the weekend buzzkill. Wokka-wokka!

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  1. Yeah, I'm with you on The Dilemma. And with Ron Howard at the helm too. What happened there? Two opposable thumbs down!

  2. @Michaela: I don't know. Maybe directing Dilemma was his concession to get studios to agree to an Arrested Development movie. Let's hope.