There’s a lot happening in the movie world, and we’ve got plenty of new trailers to look at this week. Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk stands out, and so does Masterminds, a hilarious bank heist comedy based on real-life events. There’s more to see after the break.
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Broken Vows is a story about a creepy dude who’s stalking a woman after a one night stand. Said woman is supposed to marry a different dude, who’s less creepy. You might not see this one anywhere in cinemas, but if it tickles your fancy, it should hit TV sooner or later.
Looking for a goofy comedy about a family vacation gone wrong? Brother Nature, hitting cinemas on September 9th, has the potential to deliver that. We’re looking at an impressive cast of comedians ready to provide those awkward family vacation gags you expect.
It doesn’t have a spectacular cast or scary special effects, but Demon is certainly a title to remember in case you like the horror genre. The film opens on September 9th, and it tells a spooky story based on the Jewish legend of the dybbuk.
The guy who made The Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, and Interstellar will bring us a movie about a pivotal moment of the second World War. The allies suffered a major defeat at Dunkirk, but they also fought valiantly to preserve their right to fight another day. Dunkirk launches on July 21st, 2017.
Count me in for this unusual sci-fi movie that imagines a world that has to survive an apocalyptic epidemic. No, Embers isn’t the zombie movie you expect. But in a way, the survivors are some zombies, creatures that have no memories, and are in search of meaning. Embers is set to launch on October 16th.
Learning to Drive
Learning to Drive is a drama inspired by the real-life story of a young man with Down syndrome who simply wanted to learn how to drive. The movie opens on October 9th.
Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Lesslie Jones, and Jason Sudeikis star in this comedy about pulling one of the biggest bank robberies in history. The best thing about Masterminds is that it’s inspired by real-life events. The movie comes out on September 30th.
No Manches Frida
No Manches Frida is exactly like Blue Streak but in Spanish. Well, almost exactly like that. Instead of a police station, there’s a school. Instead of a diamond, there’s cash. And instead of Martin Lawrence, there’s a Spanish dude. However, the comedy does have potential, so be on the lookout for it on September 2nd.
Here’s one more trailer for Warners’ Storks. The animation comes out September 23rd.
The Pickle Recipe
We’ve got a guy in desperate need of money ready to do anything it takes to steal the highly coveted pickle recipe from his grandma, who keeps all her recipes close to the chest. The Pickle Recipe comedy opens October 21st.
XOXO is a Netflix drama set for an August 26th launch that tells the story of a group of people whose lives intertwine during one big adventure, the XOXO music festival.