From the Netflix Trailer Park — The Do-Over

Maybe I’m being overly optimistic after the rock-bottom piece of dung otherwise known as The Magnificent 6, but have to say this looks decent enough to carve out some holiday weekend time in a few days. Of course, I also unabashedly dig That’s My Boy, so take this accordingly …

Professor X Doesn't Understand The Meaning of Low Profile

A clever promo for the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse, in the form of a fake ’80s-style TV commercial for Xavier’s School For Gifted Youngsters. Although if Charles Xavier was being this open about things, you’ve gotta wonder how he stayed off the government’s radar for as long as he did.

Tuesday Open Thread

Monday Open Thread

We were at USC film school last night for a short film screening for Zach… They had a huge Frank Sinatra exhibit with all his Grammys, American Music Awards, et al. Good times.

From The Trailer Park - Hell Or High Water

Two West Texas bank robber brothers (Chris Pine, Ben Foster) are pursued by a Texas Ranger (Jeff Bridges) on the eve of retirement.

Directed by indie filmmaker David Mackenzie (Young Adam) and written by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario).

Friday Open Thread

One of my favorite You Tube channels is “Every Frame a Painting” and this is my favorite episode — Buster Keaton and the Art of the Gag.

From The Trailer Park: Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

Don’t have any clue about this at all, but what’s on here doesn’t look bad.

From The Trailer Park - Assassin's Creed

An adaptation of the popular video game, about a league of assassins fighting against the Knights Templar for the future of humanity.

Stars Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson. Directed by Justin Kurzel (Macbeth).

From The Trailer Park - Fathers and Daughters

A young woman (Amanda Seyfried) who was raised by a mentally unstable single father (Russell Crowe) struggles to form relationships and find happiness in her own life.

Directed by Gabriele Muccino (The Pursuit of Happyness). Also stars Aaron Paul, Octavia Spencer, Diane Kruger. Looks like a real tear-jerker.

Saturday Open Thread