Movie Trailer of the Day: “Jason Bourne was the tip of the iceberg.”
The Bourne Legacy introduces us to new hero Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), a genetically-altered agent whose life-or-death stakes were triggered by the events of the first three films. Tony Gilbert is back as director; Albert Finney, Joan Allen, David Strathairn, and Scott Glenn reprise their original roles; and series newcomers Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton, Stacy Keach, and Oscar Isaac also star.
In theaters August 3.
I always thought it was ironic that I am incredibly fascinated by movies centered on international conflict or war narratives considering how I’m staunchly anti-war. This week I will watch all of the war and international conflict movies I’ve been meaning to watch for ages.
Miss Representation will be a movie about the media’s protrail of woman. By the preview it looks really good.
This, I really want to see.
and Metric. yes. I think I can always support feminism + Metric.
HOLY FUCKING SHIT, IT’S FUCKING METRIC AND FUCKING FEMINISM.
SO I WILL BE WATCHING THIS AND THIS VERY SOON. ALL ARE WELCOMED TO JOIN ME.
Calendars have been marked.
The only way I could have been more of an American was if there was cheese and bacon on my burger and the movie was Superman Returns. But c’mon, we all know that even though Kent is the classic American good guy hero, his movie ate it big time. Especially next to his vigilante friend’s blockbuster hit.
Oh, and I guess it could’ve been beer instead of coffee, but Starbucks always wins. Forever.
Side Note: Every time I re-watch this movie, I realize something new about the plot that I hadn’t caught in my previous viewings. Which is a pretty damn good testament to how well constructed it was. Bravo, Christopher Nolan. Did you ever get an Oscar for this? I mean, I understand if you didn’t, but I’m going to write a letter of complaint to the Oscar Committee on your behalf. And send you flowers. Have your people forward your address to my people.