Dear Movies That Perpetuate The Idea That Not Telling People How You Feel About Them In The Moment And Instead Pining For Them For Months/Years Is Somehow Romantic And A Totally Viable Way To Live Your Life: Seriously, fuck off.
I’m not particularly interested in the plot territory Hesher looks like it’s going to explore (suburban tragedy, burn-outs, middle school, serious drama) but: Natalie Portman in hipster glasses! Oh man.
Easy A trailer. In which Best New Comedienne Emma Stone fulfills the promise of Mean Girls-era Lindsay Lohan, Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley gets an actual Big Movie Role, Amanda Bynes sends out her acting career in a blaze of sub-Mandy Moore-in-Saved glory, Thomas Haden Church plays Thomas Haden Church and teenage girls get potentially their first smart, funny, edgy, reasonably not-demeaning mass appeal movie since Juno. (OK, since Mean Girls.) Missing, however: Tina Fey. Sigh.
The long-awaited Jonah Hex trailer, featuring Megan Fox with a Southern accent, Josh Brolin as Two-Face and the Wild West as a place where things explode!
This summer’s Dinner For Schmucks: I Love You, Man meets the significantly less funny Fockers series. However, a movie with Paul Rudd is a movie I will watch.