HER Trailer. Spike Jonze’s HER Stars Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson | Collider
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer and poster for director Spike Jonze’s new film Her. The romance centers on a lonely writer (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls in love with his operating system. The film looks reminiscent of Jonze’s previous works: an outlandish premise that yields a joyous story tinged with sadness. I’m sure there will be Siri jokes galore, but to be fair, Siri would be a lot more endearing if it was smarter and sounded like Scarlett Johansson.
Is that really a comedy? The trailer made me sad.
Review: 'We're The Millers' Starring Jason Sudeikis & Jennifer Aniston | The Playlist
"We're The Millers" isn't really a bad movie, so much as its inoffensively and instantly forgettable. You will laugh here and there, but you probably won't laugh even more. It'll help pass a couple of hours, though there are probably better ways you could spend your time, and it somewhat half-hugs the R-rating just enough that with some careful edits and overdubs, you'll probably watch bits and pieces of this during the commercials of other, better shows and movies on cable forever. In "We're The Millers," David has to go all the way to Mexico to learn the true value of meaningful relationships with others, though the lesson you might learn in going to see the movie, is that even bothering to make the trip to your local multiplex for this probably isn't worth it. [C-]
Patton Oswalt, Bob Odenkirk And Ian Roberts Join Genre Mash-Up 'Kitchen Sink' - Deadline.com
Sony Pictures is setting Patton Oswalt, Bob Oedenkirk and Ian Roberts to round out the cast of Kitchen Sink, the genre mash-up that stars Nicholas Braun, Mackenzie Davis, newcomer Josh Fadem, Joan Cusack Keegan-Michael Key, Ed Westwick, Vanessa Hudgens and Denis Leary. The pic, directed by Robbie Pickering from a script by Oren Uziel, is just getting underway in Los Angeles. Matt Tolmach is producing with Ron Schmidt and Jonah Hill exec producing.
The action takes place in Dilford, a place where vampires were at the top of the social order, zombies were at the bottom, and the humans were in the middle. This all goes awry and it’s a battle, and it’s up to three reps of those groups to restore harmony. Said Tolmach: “Kitchen Sink has all the chaos and carnage of a classic genre movie, but at its heart it’s a comedy about three kids just trying to survive the pain and awkwardness of high school, where every day feels apocalyptic.”