THE 50 GREATEST MOVIE TRAILERS (Part 4)

Photo: Artisan Entertainment

Photo: Artisan Entertainment

Chris Luckett

Movie trailers have evolved a great deal over the years, from the 6-minute packages shown after moving pictures in the 1910s (hence the term “trailer”) to boundary-pushing previews preceding movies in the 1970s to the heavily promoted online launches of trailers today. Recently, the worldwide launches for the debut trailers of movies like Guardians of the Galaxy and Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation have actually been preceded in the days prior by trailers for their trailers. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Photo: The Weinstein Company

Photo: The Weinstein Company

Chris Luckett

Earlier this year, Eva Green appeared in the combination-prequel-sequel to a smash adaptation of a Frank Miller graphic novel, 300: Rise of an Empire. The first time wasn’t enough for Green, though, as she now returns in a different combination-prequel-sequel to a smash adaptation of a Frank Miller graphic novel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. She was the best part of the 300 follow-up, much as she is here, but also just like that pre/sequel, Green’s presence can’t overpower deeper faults within the movie.

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