Trailers

4 (Great) Trailers from the Past Week

This past week was dominated by a few high-profile trailers like Live by NightFree Fire, and another or two. And whenever that happens, a handful (or more) of trailers get pushed to the side with the average movie-going audience. With that, what I try to do each week is bring you all those trailers that are overshadowed by the much bigger trailers.

Now usually, any of these trailers would be up on the site, with its own post. But because the past week included a number of trailers and because there’s a small number of us, I decided to include the following four trailers in our weekly 4 Trailers segment. But don’t get me wrong, just because they are in this post doesn’t mean they are lesser by any means.

Gold

Release date: December 25th, 2016.

Gold stars Matthew McConaughey as Kenny Wells, a failing businessman and modern-day prospector desperate for a lucky break. As a last ditch effort, Wells teams up with an equally luckless geologist, played by Edgar Ramirez, to execute a grandiose plan: find gold deep in the uncharted jungle of Indonesia.


The Promise

Release date: 2016.

Set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire, The Promise follows a love triangle between Michael, a brilliant medical student, the beautiful and sophisticated Anana Koyimes, and Chris Yarrakov – a renowned American journalist based in Paris.


Collateral Beauty

Release date: December 16th, 2016.

When a successful New York ad executive suffers a personal tragedy and retreats from life, his friends devise a drastic plan to reach him before he loses everything. Pushing him to the very edge, they force him to confront the truth in surprising and profoundly human ways. From Oscar-winning director David Frankel, this thought-provoking drama explores how even the deepest loss can reveal moments of beauty, and how the constants of love, time and death interlock in a life fully lived.


The Siege of Jadotville

Release date: October 7th, 2016.

Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan leads a stand off with troops against French and Belgian Mercenaries in the Congo during in the early 1960s.

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