Another Tuesday, so another trip to the Trailer Park. This week I have an assortment of tasty movie morsels for you. Some good, some bad, and even a retro flashback for a film that I watched this week. Let’s get that out of the way first.
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As far as cheesy sci-fi movies go, the 1984 film Creature was one baby step away from an Alien rip-off. Of course, it was no where near the complexity and fear level of that film, but it had some cool points. The creature, though, was not nearly as scary. All in all a fun film, if you get the chance to watch it.
This is the real trailer that everyone has been waiting for. The human-sized Ant-Man trailer from Marvel.
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Be sure to tune in tonight for the premiere of Agent Carter on ABC as Marvel continues to integrate their TV and movie universes, sometimes to much griping and complaining of comic book fans as characters are retconned or things are manipulated just so the comics and the movies will mesh a little better. Heaven forbid a company that answers to the shareholders and has to prove value through revenue should do something to improve their bottom line by drawing fans from the movies into the comics. For shame. Anyway, here is a two and a half minute preview of Agent Carter.
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James Franco has a new film… hopefully better than the Interview.
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And, of course, the stupid sequel of the year…
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The endcap to the Fast and Furious series, Furious 7. I love these movies. Can’t wait to see how the finale is done.
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Finally, a light note to leave you on this week. Minions looks like one more awesome movie from the folks who did Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2.
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Here’s to hoping that these trips to the Tuesday Trailer Park give you movie choices. 2015 looks to be a great year on both the big and small screens and I hope you find something that you like or can enjoy complaining about.