Based off the classic novel, Bel Ami, or so the trailer says. I’ve never heard of it and the trailer never reveals the author, so he or she has no name for his or herself. If it is truly a classic novel, then the studios will use it as a ploy to entice audiences in; that and Robert Pattison, the actor who played in his own biographical film, Twilight (jab at his paleness, which is evident in the trailer.)
The worst of the latest movie trailers and why they'll suck - no blue ribbons here.
There is a place in Ottawa where pedestrians walk under a bridge, with one stair leading down, the other leading up. There, one man pours his heart and soul to anyone who is willing to listen: I was one of the fortunate ones. I listened to the man, and it was a life experience I will never forget, for more reasons than one.
On the first day of March, Columbia Pictures released the red-band trailer for That’s My Boy – red-band meaning it is only appropriate for 17 year-olds and older. It was a wise choice. The type of audience interested in this film is the raunchy crowd, the crowd that loves Adam Sandler as a screw-up with a bad mouth – not your high class stuck-up critics’ choice, but it’ll do.
The world is changing, with technology becoming quite personal within its citizens, with social media entangling itself around our work, social and home life, changing our attitudes and possible social interactions. Advertisements bombarding us at all possible angles (which are changing in the way they approach the public); and of course things are becoming free according to Chris Anderson's latest book Free: The Radical Future of Price.