Back when the American pandemic just started, I spent two nights watching two “Taika Waititi” movies that I had never seen before: Looking for savage with What we do in the shadows. Currently, they are perfect lightweight, stress-free movies.
This is indeed the kind of experience Waititi is good at. His movies are full of stupid and hardworking characters. You can’t help but care about them, but he never really put them in a state of harm. They constantly improve their way through their own ridiculous scenes, and they usually know how to find their way out. This reduces the risk, but leaves a lot of room to shine for the big characters of the character.
Check out the nine trailers from this week (and last week because I am away!) below.
Nearly ten years after the last movie was released, Miranda July (Miranda July) shines in a heist movie about a bizarre family of crooks and daughters (by Evan Rachel · Wood (played by Evan Rachel Wood), she suddenly realized that she wanted to get more of her parents from the movie. It was released in the cinema on September 18.
Judah and the Black Messiah
Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield play Fred Hampton in this film, who is the leader of the Black Panthers in Illinois. He was killed by the police in 1969. Come out sometime next year.
I’m thinking about ending
Charlie Kaufman’s next film is a thriller that goes back in time, about a woman who visits her boyfriend’s parents during a snowstorm and seems to have finally slipped away from the past of those around her. This movie is an adaptation of Iain Reid’s novel, but it clearly echoes Kaufman (Kaufman ( Eternal sunshine) Usually interested in entry. The film will be released on September 4.
I like this simple and serious first look Zola, This movie is based on a viral Twitter thread (yes, it is based on a Twitter thread!), about two strippers went wrong during the trip. When my colleague Adi Roberston made his debut at Sundance, it called it “gorgeous and fascinating.” There is no specific release date.
Raised by a wolf
Ridley Scott is making a sci-fi series for HBO Max, which looks like a weird thing that combines distant technology and fantasy creativity. The show is about robots assigned to raise human children on a new planet, where things inevitably go wrong. The show premiered on September 3.
Steve McQueen Twelve years as a slave, Is producing a small collection of essays telling the story of London’s West India community from the 1960s to the 1980s This is only one of five films, mainly aimed at a group of black militants arrested in 1970 for protesting against police harassment. The series is expected to be released on Amazon and BBC One this fall.
Netflix’s Ryan Murphy’s latest series is Flying over the cuckoo’s nest, Focuses on the tricky nurses. Sarah Paulson (Sarah Paulson) starred as a quiet, seemingly catchable nurse working in a colorful hospital. It will be released on September 18.
HBO has a documentary series about NXIVM. NXIVM is a so-called self-help organization, allegedly an abusive cult organization and MLM organization. The episode comes from a film producer square. It debuted on August 23
We are us
This is the first real photo of Reuters director Luca Guadagnino’s new HBO series Call me by your name. These are about two American teenagers who grew up in Italy and seem to involve a lot of sunny surroundings and sexual embarrassment, which is what you want in a Guadagnino show. It debuted on September 14.