Coming Soon Trailers: Hellboy, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
This week we have a special treat. The one-day special premier of Terry Gilliam’s 25 year-long passion project: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
It seems everyone wants to beat Avengers Endgame to the theater, so mid April is packed with new wide releases. While many of the new flicks looks interesting, this week I’m laser-focused on just one – The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
This labor of love took Terry Gilliam 25 years to bring to the screen, went through two productions, and changed cast multiple times. The original was going to have Johnny Depp in the lead, so I guess we can thank the acts of god that ruined the first production for something!
Like Gilliam’s other masterpieces – 12 Monkeys, Brazil, The Fisher King – Don Quixote is full of crazy and gorgeous visuals, and stuffed with talent. It is only showing in 700 theaters on one night – Wednesday April 10th. If you get the chance, snag this gem.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
A cynical ad executive (Adam Driver) has his eyes opened to wonder by a man who thinks he’s Don Quixote (Jonathan Pryce.)
Tessa is an all-American girl who lives on the straight and narrow. She starts to reexamine her views when she moves to college and meets Hardin, a handsome and rebellious young man.
Hellboy is a demon, taken in by a human occultist (Ian McShane) when he was only a child. He is raised to suppress his demonic ways and use his raw power for good, fighting magical threats to the world. When an evil sorceress (Mila Jovovich) is resurrected, he is thrust onto the world stage in an epic battle to stop her.
A cutthroat tech mogul (Regina Hall) is on the cusp of the biggest deal of her career. The only problem is that she’s woken up in the body of her 13 year old self. Now she has to get help from all of the people she stepped over on her way to the top to make the deal and get back into her adult body.
Mr. Link (Zach Galafianakis) is a Bigfoot living in the pacific northwest. Tired of being the last of his kind, he hires a famous explorer (Hugh Jackman) to guide him to Shangri La, where he hopes to meet the fabled Yeti – who may be his closest relatives.
Video on Demand.
The Browsing Effect.
The jungle of dating apps leave a group of friends depressed, oversexed, and desperate to make their way through the modern dating scene.
A group of elite military warriors square off against The Elder Gods and their inter-dimensional hordes.
A couple expecting a new baby are stranded by car trouble on the remote Scottish highlands. A suspicious couple take them in, but evidence begins to mount that the sweet old couple are really behind several local missing children cases…and their baby may be next.
Death isn’t enough for two abused sisters who decided to us witchcraft to bring their abusive father back from the spirit world to pay a higher price.
D.C. is a social media influencer whose brash style has pissed off the wrong people. On the day of his biggest career audition, he wakes to find that all of his millions of followers have disappeared from the net. With only hours left to get his following back, D.C. is desperate to get internet famous…again.
Six teens in a racially divided town find their lives headed for a violent collision when forbidden love and a stash of drugs are mixed.
The Silence (Netflix.)
A family with a deaf daughter try to survive alien creatures who hunt by sound. Essentially “A Quiet Place,” for the direct to streaming crowd.
The Perfect Date (Netflix.)
Brooks has the brains and talent to get into a big college…but lacks the funds. Trading on his charm, he starts to rent himself out as a boyfriend for hire. The more business booms, the more Brooks is forced to recon with his new “job.”