a beautiful day in the neighborhood trailer

It’s a beautiful day…to cry. Tom Hanks has never been more powerful than when he is inhabiting the role of Mr. Rogers, the beloved children’s show host who inspired generations of children. Hanks stars as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Marielle Heller‘s moving drama about the beloved TV figure and the jaded journalist (Matthew

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sonic the hedgehog trailer

It’s amazing how fast one trailer can turn our opinions around. Six months after Paramount Pictures put Sonic the Hedgehog on hold to do a last-minute redesign of its lead character, the studio has dropped a new trailer with an infinitely less terrifying version of the speedster. Gone are the tombstone teeth and the horrifyingly human

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trailer round-up qt the first 8

We’ve gathered up some trailers for smaller movies you might have missed, because we care about you, reader. In our latest trailer round-up you’ll find trailers for a Helen Hunt thriller called I See You, the Amazon series The Feed, the documentary QT8: The First Eight, and the drama Burden. Watch the trailers, and learn more about these films,

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Fewer trailers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week

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The Knight Before Christmas trailer

Maybe Vanessa Hudgens accidentally signed her soul away in a contract with Netflix that requires her to star in at least one cheesy Christmas movie per year. Or maybe we’ve got ourselves a new Queen of Christmas who just wants to spend her holidays frolicking with handsome foreign men, one of which may be displaced

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the invisible man trailer

Elisabeth Moss is in serious trouble in The Invisible Man, a new take on the classic Universal horror movie. Far removed from the original H.G. Wells story that inspired it as well as the original 1933 movie directed by James Whale, this new The Invisible Man comes from Leigh Whannell, writer of Insidious and director of Upgrade. Elisabeth Moss

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soul trailer

Pixar is about to get existential with Soul, their latest original movie with a wild premise. When the soul of jazz musician Joe Gardner ends up being separated from his body (he’s apparently not dead, at least according to the official synopsis), he finds himself transported to the place where our souls originate before finding their

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